As part of the promotional pre-registration campaign for Sega’s new idol game project ‘Readyyy!‘, music videos for fictional idol groups ‘SP!CA’ and ‘La-Veritta’ have been released.
The campaign rewards are spread across four intervals of pre-registration milestones, at 30k, 50k, 70k and 100k registrations. These recently released music videos mark a 50,000 pre-registrations milestone and can be listened to now, giving fans a preview of the characters.
In case you’ve missed it, Readyyy! is a planned game by Sega as part of the ‘Readyyy! Project‘ a planned male idol franchise starring 5 groups made up of 18 high school students. Each of these students is voiced by a ‘new to the industry’ voice actor.
The game puts the player in the role of the producer of the group, where they’ll be able to control the groups training and daily exercises as they prepare for upcoming performances.
No release date has been confirmed as of yet for Japan.
More information for the game can found periodically on their official twitter.
You can watch SP!CA’s ‘Special Nu World’ and La-Veritta’s ‘Beat In Love’ below:
Author’s Take: These MVs look goddam amazing and despite the game looking more like Idolmaster training game than a standard rhythm game, I’m super hyped for more songs.
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