The Idolmaster: Must Songs launches December 10 in Japan

First-print copies include PS Vita downloadable theme.

The Idolmaster: Must Songs

The Idolmaster: Must Songs Red Board and Blue Board will launch for PS Vita in Japan on December 10 for 5,700 yen via retail or download, Bandai Namco announced during its Idolmaster Tokyo Game Show stage event.

First-print copies of the game will come with a different PS Vita downloadable theme, depending on which version you pick up.

Must Songs is essentially Taiko Drum Master with an Idolmaster skin. It offers Taiko Drum Master-style gameplay with songs from The Idolmaster. Each game will feature a total of 40 songs. Red Board will have songs from first half of The Idolmaster series’ 10th anniversary, while Blue Board will have songs from the second half.

Find song lists for both versions below:

Red Board

The Idolmaster: Must Songs

Blue Board

The Idolmaster: Must Songs

Watch the Toyko Game Show trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the game’s official website here.

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