Needy Streamer Overload Ame POP UP PARADE Figure Pre-Orders Open

GoodSmile has announced that pre-orders are now available for the previously announced POP UP PARADE figure of Ame from the psychological horror simulation visual novel Needy Streamer Overload.

Sculpted by iTANDi (Connectorect), pre-orders are available until November 30, 2023, at 12:00 Japan Standard Time.

Needy Streamer Overload has players assume the role of P-chan, acting as both lover and producer for online streaming idol Ame-chan. Ame-chan happens to be a hot mess and begs for your approval to the point where she’ll take your advice to advance her online idol career. Unfortunately, she’s cute, selfish, and a little bit messed up… and it’s up to you to turn her into a top-tier streamer.

Gameplay has players take on the task of fostering a young girl with an unhealthy need for attention from you. If that wasn’t bad enough, she is also obsessed with the internet. Players will get to know Ame-chan and her alter-ego OMGkawaiiAngel-chan, who she becomes while streaming.

You’ll need to guide her to get more followers and comments until she becomes the most popular girl online. Of course, this all takes place over a computer screen and through chat; it’s also really unhealthy in real life, but this is a video game, so it’s cool, and we aren’t judging.

You can view official images of the Ame POP UP PARADE figure from Needy Streamer Overload via our gallery below:

You can pre-order this figure from GoodSmile’s global online shop for ¥4,800 ahead of a planned May 2024 release or GoodSmile United States’ online store for $31.99 ahead of an expected Quarter 4 2024 shipment window.

You can view the official video showcasing this figure below:

In case you missed it, check out our review.

Needy Streamer Overlord sold over one million units worldwide. The game is available on Nintendo Switch and PC.

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Orpheus Joshua

Random gamer equally confused by the mainstream and the unusual.

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