Japan's iDOLM@STER games, up until now, have focused on the guidance of potential female pop stars as well as a bit of rhythm gaming, but an upcoming DS release in the series has mixed up that formula up a bit. Or should I say crossed up?
You see, iDOLM@STER: Dearly Stars for the Nintendo DS was already going to sell well, but a new promotional video for the game has revealed that one of the three cover girls is actually a guy, pushing preorders of the game sky high. And now the box art depicting a really tall, flat-chested idol makes a bit more sense.
Again, new character Ryo Akizuki is a trap. In the video below the jump (with translations), you'll see him/her scramble to get ready before the other two girls show up. Ryo has a problem putting his "pad" in, but manages to get that and his makeup done just in time. Great.
[via Japanator, of course]
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