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10/13/2017

“Love Live! School Idol Festival” Unveils Special Announcement at TOKYO GAME SHOW 2017

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Tokyo, Japan – October 13, 2017 – KLab Inc., a leader in online mobile games, and Bushiroad Inc. unveiled a major series of announcements for Love Live! School Idol Festival, its hit game co-developed with Bushiroad, at the Love Live! School Idol Festival Special Announcement Stage Event held at TOKYO GAME SHOW 2017. In addition to the game reaching 40 million players worldwide, the stage event was host to a series of important updates, culminating in the announcement that a new game, which will be a separate app, is currently under development.

The following is a summary of the latest updates and information revealed at last week’s event.

Love Live! School Idol Festival Special Announcement Stage Event Overview

Love Live! School Idol Festival Special Announcement Stage Event

Event Report

Event Report

Anju Inami, the voice actress for Chika Takami, and Emi Nitta, the voice actress for Honoka Kosaka, stood together on stage for the first time to unveil this important epoch-making moment in Love Live! history. The pair went on to introduce Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars, a brand new smartphone game slated for release in Japan in 2018.

Event Report

In addition to details about the upcoming title, the full cast of the Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club featured in Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars was revealed for the first time ever.

Event Report

The world of Love Live! continues to expand with new and exciting additions.

Fans of the franchise who missed the event or would like to relive the magic all over again are encouraged to watch the recording of the event, available for viewing on the official “Sch-Fes Channel” on YouTube until Sunday, December 31, 2017 (UTC+9).

The archived video of the Love Live! School Idol Festival Special Announcement Stage Event can be viewed from the following URL.
https://youtu.be/aKJ2KVnmGi4

Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars Overview

The upcoming Japanese game Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars was announced at the event.

Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars

A brand new addition to the Love Live! franchise, Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars is planned for release in Japan in 2018. Built around the concept of becoming the “ultimate idol game,” the new title aims to offer true next-generation rhythm action gameplay. The game features club members from μ’s, Aqours, and the new Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club.

The “story where we achieve our dreams with you” features freshly written and fully voiced scenarios!

Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars

In-game screenshot taken from the game in development.

Watch the Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars teaser trailer here:
https://youtu.be/cdmfBacKfr4

Catch the latest on Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars here:
https://lovelive-as.bushimo.jp

Love Live! School Idol Festival at TGS2017

Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars Special Booth

All 27 school idols from μ’s, Aqours, and Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club were on display at the Bushiroad booth in Hall 8 at TOKYO GAME SHOW 2017.

Love Live! School Idol Festival at TGS2017

Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars Logo Sticker Giveaway

Fans who stopped by the Bushiroad booth were treated to free sticker sheets featuring the logos of μ’s, Aqours, Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club, and Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars.

Stickers

When
September 23: Starting at 10:00 / Starting at 14:00 (UTC+9)
September 24: Starting at 10:00 / Starting at 14:00 (UTC+9)

Where
HALL 8 Bushiroad booth
At the Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars corner

One sticker sheet per person. Offer ends when sticker supplies run out.

Five Key Features of Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars

Feature 1: Live Shows
Group dance performances featuring nine school idols!

    –   Nine-member dance performances available on all songs.
    –   Create your own live show with skills that directly influence the special effects on stage.
    –   The brand new live show system takes the game beyond a simple rhythm game.
    –   Train and guide your school idols to unlock their potential and progress through the stages.

Feature 2: Story
Entirely new, fully voiced stories!

    –   The main story revolves around activities in each school and group.
    –   Deepen your bond with individual members in one-on-one member stories.
    –   The “All Star” story arc transcends group and school boundaries, tying the game together.

The core story concept is one that will resonate with Love Live! fans everywhere: a “story where we achieve our dreams with you.”

Story Concept

Feature 3: School Idol Customization
Create your very own school idol!

    –   The game features a Club Activity System for training members to become better school idols.
    –   The new Skill Tree offers more freedom and choices.
    –   Equip and swap out Skills for the school idols to match your playing style.

Feature 4: SchFes ID
Sign up and reap the benefits!

    –   Play both School Idol Festival All Stars AND School Idol Festival with a single ID.
    –   Carry over your Rank and progress on School Idol Festival to School Idol Festival All Stars.

Feature 5: Club Members
Featuring μ’s, Aqours, and the brand new school idols together, this is truly an All Star act!

Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club Voice Cast Revealed

The companies went on to announce the names of the voice cast for the new school idols. The names for the school idols they act for are in brackets.

Aguri Onishi (Ayumu Uehara)

Aguri Onishi (Ayumu Uehara)

Mayu Sagara (Kasumi Nakasu)

Mayu Sagara (Kasumi Nakasu)

Kaori Maeda (Shizuku Osaka)

Kaori Maeda (Shizuku Osaka)

Miyu Kubota (Karin Asaka)

Miyu Kubota (Karin Asaka)

Natsumi Murakami (Ai Miyashita)

Natsumi Murakami (Ai Miyashita)

Akari Kito (Kanata Konoe)

Akari Kito (Kanata Konoe)

Tomori Kusunoki (Setsuna Yuki)

Tomori Kusunoki (Setsuna Yuki)

Maria Sashide (Emma Verde)

Maria Sashide (Emma Verde)

Chiemi Tanaka (Rina Tennoji)

Chiemi Tanaka (Rina Tennoji)

Watch the self introductions of Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club members here:
- Ayumu Uehara: https://youtu.be/H__egMccq38
- Kasumi Nakasu: https://youtu.be/-PaIHkBrXsU
- Shizuku Osaka: https://youtu.be/7mtm8J2rULI
- Karin Asaka: https://youtu.be/TOoD8iB5NC8
- Ai Miyashita: https://youtu.be/6bTqtOj4514
- Kanata Konoe: https://youtu.be/uLrMMzuY4Ro
- Setsuna Yuki: https://youtu.be/JFvvCgbHN80
- Emma Verde: https://youtu.be/JqEnrschi1Q
- Rina Tennoji: https://youtu.be/gZWHc0on9Gc

Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club will perform their first-ever live performance to be broadcast live! More details will be announced on the School Idol Festival official website at a later date.

Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club Members Monthly Popularity Contest September Results

The results for the monthly popularity contest held in September 2017 have been tallied and the results are as follows. The poll took place on the official website from Tuesday, September 5 until Monday, September 11 (UTC+9).

Fans are encouraged to note that each school idol appears in a never-before-seen stage costume.

First place - Setsuna Yuki

First place - Setsuna Yuki

Second place - Rina Tennoji

Second place - Rina Tennoji

Third place - Shizuku Osaka

Third place - Shizuku Osaka

Fourth place - Kasumi Nakasu

Fourth place - Kasumi Nakasu

Fifth place - Karin Asaka

Fifth place - Karin Asaka

Sixth place - Ayumu Uehara

Sixth place - Ayumu Uehara

Seventh place - Ai Miyashita

Seventh place - Ai Miyashita

Eighth place - Emma Verde

Eighth place - Emma Verde

Ninth place - Kanata Konoe

Ninth place - Kanata Konoe

Read More!

The new school idols are currently active in groups of three in the following online venues.

Dengeki Online Annexhttp://dengekionline.com/sp/lovelivepdp/
featuring Kasumi Nakasu, Karin Asaka, Setsuna Yuki

Famitsu App Annexhttps://app.famitsu.com/category/game-tips/lovelive-pdp/
featuring Ayumu Uehara, Ai Miyashita, Rina Tennoji

School Idol Festival Official Annexhttps://lovelive.bushimo.jp/annex/
featuring Shizuku Osaka, Kanata Konoe, Emma Verde

The Latest News on Love Live! School Idol Festival

Over 40 Million Players Worldwide Campaign

Over 40 Million Players Worldwide Campaign

Love Live! School Idol Festival achieved another record-breaking event by reaching 40 million players* worldwide on September 12 of this year. A series of special events will be held in the global version of the game to celebrate the latest milestone in the game’s history.

* Total excludes duplicate accounts on the same device.

A special series of events will be held for the global version of the game in order to celebrate this new achievement. Event details will be announced at a later date.

School Idol Festival and School Idol Festival All Stars: Play Both for Double the Fun!

Register for a SchFes ID to Sync the Two Games

SchFes ID

School Idol Festival All Stars will be compatible with “SchFes ID”, a new feature recently introduced in Love Live! School Idol Festival. By syncing their SchFes ID created on School Idol Festival with School Idol Festival All Stars, players will be able to port their Rank and other progress made in the game to the new title. However, the benefits the new ID offer extend far beyond simple progress preservation.

More details on this feature will be announced at a later date.

School Idol Festival Will Continue to Evolve as the Most Enjoyable Rhythm Action Game Around!

The Most Enjoyable Rhythm Action Game Around!

The following is a sneak peek of what the future holds for the game.

【More Gameplay!】
・Score Match and Companion Match made permanent
・Ranking board system revamped
・Precision scoring mode
・Features added for more competitive game play
   1-on-1 Score Match, GPS Match, National Championship Mode

【More Fun!】
・Customize the game to your style
   Rhythm Icons, Tap Sound Effects, and the Home Screen will be customizable
・Additional patterns for available songs
・All-new events that can only be played on School Idol Festival

School Idol Festival and School Idol Festival All Stars: Play Both for Double the Fun!

Play Both for Double the Fun!

Latest News from the Love Live! Franchise

Aqours

Aqours
Love Live! Sunshine!! TV anime series, season two starts on Saturday, October 7.

The Aqours 2nd LoveLive! HAPPY PARTY TRAIN TOUR will take place on Friday, September 29, and Saturday, September 30 at MetLife Dome.*

* Previously known as the Seibu Prince Dome.

μ’s

μ’s
Love Live! Solo Live! collection Memorial BOX III
To be released on March 28, 2018

27 CD set in a special presentation box.
32,000 JPY (excluding tax)

The songs are solo versions of the full-member and three-member songs from Music S.T.A.R.T!! up to MOMENT RING / Sayounara e Sayounara! Plans include a number of hits on each release, with 31 to 32 songs per member.

3 CD sets of each member will also be released separately at 3,500 JPY (excluding tax).

Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club

Nijigasaki Academy School Idol Club
First ever live performance announced!
More details will be revealed at a later date.

About Love Live!

About Love Live!

Love Live! is a cross-media project based on the concept, “a story that makes our dreams come true.” A youth drama that follows nine high school girls who form an idol group called “μ’s” (pronounced “Muse”) in an attempt to save their school, the group featured in the story has been adapted for various forms of media, including CDs packaged with animated music videos (available on DVD and Blu-ray), magazines, novels, and other publications, televised anime series, a smartphone game, video games, trading card games, as well as live events, radio programs, and live broadcasts on Niconico featuring the real-life cast of μ's.

The first season of the Love Live! anime series aired on Japanese television from January to March 2014, and the second season from April to June 2014. A feature length anime movie, Love Live! The School Idol Movie, opened in theaters in Japan on June 13, 2015. The movie was a massive hit, attracting more than 2 million viewers and recording box office earnings over JPY 2.8 billion. μ's held their final solo performances at Tokyo Dome on March 31 and April 1, 2016.

About the Love Live! Sunshine!! Project

About the Love Live! Sunshine!! Project

Love Live! Sunshine!! is a brand new cross-media project based on the concept, "a story that makes our dreams come true." The school idol group “Aqours” (pronounced as “aqua”) formed in Uchiura, Numazu-city, Shizuoka Prefecture is spread among different types of media including CD releases with animation trailer video in DVD & Blu-ray, events, magazines, and smart phone applications.

The project started in April 2015 in DENGEKI G's Magazine. The first single, Kimino Kokorowa Kagayaiterukai?, was released in October of the same year. The first season of the TV anime series started airing in July 2016, and Aqours performed their first ever live show of their own, Aqours First LoveLive! ~Step! ZERO to ONE~ at Yokohama Arena on February 25 and 26, 2017. The second season of the TV anime series is planned to start airing in October 2017.

Love Live! Official Worldwide Website: http://www.lovelive-anime.jp/worldwide/

Download the App

  https://itunes.apple.com/app/school-idol-festival/id834030294

  https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=klb.android.lovelive_en

Official Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/schoolidolfestival

Official Website: https://www.school-fes.klabgames.net/

 

Love Live! School Idol Festival Overview

Love Live! School Idol Festival
Title:
Love Live! School idol festival
Platform:
Bushimo
Supported OSes:
Android™ 4.0+, iOS 7.0+ (Global version)
* Not playable on some devices.
Genre:
Rhythm and Adventure
Release Date:
May 12, 2014 (Global version)
Price:
Free-to-play (In-app purchases available)
Copyright:
©2013 PROJECT Lovelive!
©2017 PROJECT Lovelive! Sunshine!!
© KLabGames
© bushiroad All Rights Reserved.
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About KLab

KLab is a leader in online mobile gaming. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Tokyo, the company is listed on the 1st Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. KLab has consistently ranked as one of the top 50 grossing game publishers worldwide since 2012. With its emphasis on quality and innovative games, KLab continues to grow at a rapid pace, expanding beyond the Japanese market with offices in Singapore, Shanghai, and the United States. For more information about KLab, please visit http://www.klab.com/jp/english/.

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