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“Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity Wai-Wai! Home Meeting!!” Is Set For March 24.

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I found a long game title for you to remember to put on your bucket list of video games. If you love dance performances and anime, then there’s a games coming soon called, “Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity Wai-Wai! Home Meeting!!” Yes, it’s already a long title and they added an extra exclamation point in it, abut aren’t you more excited it’s not in another language? On March 24, 2021, you can own “Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity Wai-Wai! Home Meeting!!” on PS4 (PlayStation 4). 

“Love Live!” is a Japanese anime, drama game about 9 high school girls forming an idol group with an effort to save their school. It was back in 2010 when “Love Live!” (with the high school idol group μ’s) first started. The “Love Live!” games became anime adaptations, music CDs and animated videos, magazines, comics, card games, and mobile phone applications. In “Love Live!” read about other interesting characters, listen to over a 100 songs, and relive your best performances. 

 

Love Live! School Idol Festival ~after school ACTIVITY~ Wai-Wai!Home Meeting!! - Teaser Trailer

Gameplay: 

“Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity Wai-Wai! Home Meeting!!” is full of 3D graphics and background music. With this game, you can combine your favorite music and costumes, as well as select your favorite stage (to perform live). Be entertained with 125 different songs from “μ’s,” “Aqours,” and “Saint Snow.” The more time you play, the more combos and accolades you can collect. Enjoy your own concert with your own setlist, freely controlling the camera. 

4 New Features:

There’s 4 new features like the “Live Show Mode,” “Live Show Medley Mode,” “Special Color,” and “Get New Costumes.” 

Live Show Mode:

In the “Live Show Mode,” there are 3 camera modes. 

There’s the “MV Camera,” the “Member Camera” (where you can focus on your favorite 3-dimensional performance, adjust the distance from the stage, and take memorable photographs of your favorite scenes), and the “View Camera” (where you can view the full stage). You’re your own film cameraman  and can view your favorite photos from your character’s performance, which are saved in your collection.

Live Show Medley Mode: 

In this mode, you’ll have a smooth time making your own setlist, (which can contain up to 20 songs) reliving your favorite performances. If you forget the name of the show you like the most, you have this mode. There’s also the option to rename your performances. 

Special Color: 

With the “Special Color” option, you can have a live performance in a different look. The atmosphere is expected to be different in a different color. 

Get New Costumes Mode: 

When you use the “Get New Costumes Mode,” your costumes tell a story. There’s 69 different costumes available to collect or you can immediately purchase them. Some costumes may require playing certain songs while your playable character wears them.The free base, PlayStation 4 version of the game comes with 8 songs and free costumes. 

For the full version of the game, you’ll have 117 separate songs to order along with 60 costumes, which gives you a total of 125 songs. There’s the option of purchasing a music pack and each song will give you a full gaming experience. You can purchase the 117 songs and 60 costumes as downloadable content.

While your crew is performing on stage, each choreographed move performed accurately is determined by the correct button you press in a timely fashion. Press the wrong button and you lose credibility. 

This animated game full of cheerful songs is still under development. Pretty soon, you’ll be able to live vicariously through aspiring musicians, boost your popularity, and create memories. Like the arcade versions in Japan, soon, “Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity Wai-Wai! Home Meeting!” will be available on a PS4 (PlayStation 4) console. 

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Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.

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