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Appearances in other video games
THE iDOLM@STER franchise has made several cameos in other games by Bandai Namco and/or other video game companies, either through actual appearances or through their songs.
Ace Combat series (Various Consoles)
Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation (Xbox 360)
The idols appear as paint schemes on downloadable aircraft from the Xbox Live Marketplace. Each plane has statistics that reflect on each idol's personality, in addition to being very eye-catching. The numbers of missiles in the aircraft are actually the height of the idol shown on the aircraft. Example : F-14D Azusa has 168 missiles, her height is 168 cm. The exception goes to A-10A iDOLM@STER SP. It has 765 missiles, it's actually the name of the protagonist's talent agency in THE iDOLM@STER, 765 Productions. The number of the aircraft's first three special weapons are actually the "three-sizes" (B-W-H) of the idol shown on the aircraft. If there is a fourth special weapon on the aircraft, it would be the idol's weight. Example : F-15E Chihaya has 72 XMA6, 55 UGB, 78 SFFS, and 41 XAGM. Her three-sizes are 72-55-78, and her weight is 41 kg. Again, the exception goes to A-10A Idolm@ster SP. It has 70 RCL, 60 FAEB, and 50 XAGM, 765 is the name of the talent agency, 765 Productions.
The planes are listed in the order that they were released in the Marketplace, as well as the amount of Microsoft Points required to download them.
|Plane Name||Pack Number||Idol Represented||Aircraft||Cost||Notes|
|iDOLM@STER Miki||<Pack 02>||Miki Hoshii||Sukhoi Su-33 Flanker||400 Microsoft Points||Has more stability, however slightly slower and less agile. Increased QAAM and RCL payload.|
|iDOLM@STER Yukiho||<Pack 03>||Yukiho Hagiwara||Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk||400 Microsoft Points||Much more difficult to track on radar. Increased payload for all weapons. Has noticeably better agility at high speeds.|
|iDOLM@STER Miki-EX||<Pack 04>||Awakened Miki Hoshii||Sukhoi Su-47||400 Microsoft Points||Extremely agile, however armor is weak.|
|iDOLM@STER Chihaya||<Pack 05>||Chihaya Kisaragi||Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle||400 Microsoft Points||Trades defense for improvement in all areas. Less XAGMs than the normal version. Has a tendency to fly towards the ground when hit.|
|iDOLM@STER Haruka||<Pack 06>||Haruka Amami||Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22A Raptor||400 Microsoft Points||Almost the same as the normal F-22A but has more XMA6s and QAAMs. Can slow down very quickly. Caution is advised when doing a high g turn due to this, she will stall very quickly.|
|iDOLM@STER Yayoi||<Pack 06>||Yayoi Takatsuki||Dassault Mirage 2000||400 Microsoft Points||Is very quick in acceleration (from cruising speed to top speed in roughly 3 seconds.) and has a high top speed (1701 mp/h in level flight), however past 1100 mp/h or so is almost totally incapable of turning.|
|iDOLM@STER Iori||<Pack 07>||Iori Minase||Dassault Rafale M||400 Microsoft Points||Has similar maneuvering issues at high speed as Yayoi, however not as severe|
|iDOLM@STER Ami||<Pack 08>||Ami Futami||Mitsubishi F-2A||400 Microsoft Points||Very sensitive and unstable in pitch. The aircraft will continue its natural tendency to pitch up even after the stick has been brought back to the neutral position. Significant increase in weapons load. This plane is part of a set with iDOLM@STER Mami that costs 400 Microsoft Points in total.|
|iDOLM@STER Mami||<Pack 08>||Mami Futami||Lockheed Martin F-16C Fighting Falcon||400 Microsoft Points||Very sensitive and unstable in roll. The aircraft will continue its natural tendency to roll even after the stick has been brought back to the neutral position. Significant increase in weapons load. This plane is part of a set with iDOLM@STER Ami that costs 400 Microsoft Points in total.|
|iDOLM@STER Azusa||<Pack 09>||Azusa Miura||Grumman F-14D Super Tomcat||400 Microsoft Points||Faster and more maneuverable but takes slightly longer to lock up targets. Increased weapons capacity.|
|iDOLM@STER Ritsuko||<Pack 09>||Ritsuko Akizuki||Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet||400 Microsoft Points||Will instantly lock on to any target in range. Slightly slower, but more agile. Follows slightly different flight physics.|
|iDOLM@STER Makoto||<Pack 10>||Makoto Kikuchi||Eurofighter Typhoon||400 Microsoft Points||Faster and more stable than the normal Typhoon, but takes a long time to lock on to both air and ground targets. Has a smaller number of standard missiles but the number of XLAAs and RCLs has increased.|
|iDOLM@STER SP||<Pack 10>||Kotori Otonashi and Junichirou Takagi||Fairchild-Republic A-10A Thunderbolt II||100 Microsoft Points||More powerful at air-to-air than the normal version but less stable. More standard missiles, FAEBs and RCLs, but less XAGMs. Is capable of "drifing". To regain altitude when falling while not in a stall condition, cut throttle and high g nose up to about 20 degrees, then hit full throttle.|
Ace Combat Assault Horizon (PS3, Xbox 360, PC)
THE iDOLM@STER-themed planes are available as DLC for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of Ace Combat Assault Horizon. Idols include Haruka, Miki, and Chihaya. New planes include Yukiho, Yayoi, and Makoto.
Ace Combat Infinity (PS3)
Ace Combat Infinity on the Playstation 3 have iDOLM@STER-themed content including ONE FOR ALL-themed planes as well as emblems and titles for both ONE FOR ALL and Cinderella Girls.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (PS4, Xbox One, PC)
Azur Lane (iOS, Android)
- Main article: Azur Lane: Azur Anthem
In 2021, The iDOLM@STER collaborated with Shanghai Yostar's gacha side-scrolling shooter Azur Lane, which already featured numerous Im@s voice actresses from all four generations voicing shipgirls, and included seven original 765 Production idols as shipgirls as part of an event entitled Azur Anthem.
|Haruka Amami||Light Cruiser||Super Rare||Link|
|Chihaya Kisaragi||Aircraft Carrier||Super Rare||Link|
|Azusa Miura||Heavy Cruiser||Super Rare||Link|
|Iori Minase||Battleship||Super Rare||Link|
|Ritsuko Akizuki||Munition Ship||Elite||Link|
Bokura no Telebi Game Kentei (NDS)
Haruka Amami, Ritsuko Akizuki, Makoto Kikuchi, Chihaya Kisaragi, Yayoi Takatsuki, and Iori Minase all appear as characters players can try to woo in the "Steal this girl's heart" communication minigame within the "Adventure" category.
The titular character Capybara-san was available as a DLC item for THE iDOLM@STER SP.
CV ~Casting Voice~ (PS3)
Various scenarios featuring all of the 765 Production idols are available for players to record and voice on their own. Interestingly, while several THE iDOLM@STER voice actors and actresses appear in this game, only 1 voice actor and 2 voice actresses, a total of 3, voiced their assigned characters, in which they are Producer (Kenji Akabane as Yuji Ban), Chihaya Kisaragi (Asami Imai as Reigo Sagisu) and Azuza Miura (Chihaki Takahashi as Mafuyu Kosaka). When Asami Imai's "Singer Song Gamer" show covered this game, the guest Kenji Akabane (voice of Yuji Ban) voiced Yayoi Takatsuki.
God Eater 2 (PSP, PS Vita)
Dowloadable content for God Eater 2 featured Haruka Amami's Million Dreams costume available for Alisa Ilinichina Amiella to use. In addition, Alisa's costume was available in a Million Live! Iori Minase card for a limited time.
Granblue Fantasy (PC, Mobile, Browser)
Several 346 Production idols appear as guests in a collaboration between Cinderella Girls and Granblue Fantasy, due in part to both games being developed by Cygames. The events featuring them are referred to collectively as the Cinderella Fantasy series.
As part of the first Cinderella Fantasy ~Girls on a Quest~ event, Rin Shibuya and Uzuki Shimamura both show up as characters from another world who teleported there by accident. Ranko Kanzaki is summonable by the name "Brynhildr". The event was continued in Cinderella Fantasy ~Keep Dreaming in the Sky~, where Mio Honda and Mika Jougasaki both make appearances as guest players. Kirari Moroboshi also appears as a summonable character, and Pinyakorata (voiced by Ayaka Ohashi) appears as a boss. The third event, Cinderella Fantasy ~Girls Keep on Dreaming~, adds Airi Totoki and Sachiko Koshimizu, while a black Pinyakorata (voiced by Shunsuke Takeuchi) makes its debut appearance in the event. Cinderella Fantasy ~Snowy Mountain Story~, the fourth event, adds Miria Akagi and Anastasia, while upgrading Ranko Kanzaki to playable status. Cinderella Fantasy: Piña Hazard introduces Shiki Ichinose and Minami Nitta, as well as a pink Pinyakorata (voiced by Nao Toyama).
In addition to the main events, two smaller events were implemented during the collaboration's run. The first event, Cinderella Fantasy ~Peace for Lost Souls~ was a Unite and Fight event implemented in 2015, introducing Koume Shirasaka, Kanako Mimura, and Rika Jougasaki to the cast. The second, Cinderella Fantasy ~The Newcomers~, ran in 2017 and added Mizuki Kawashima, Miku Maekawa, and Anzu Futaba.
These events were heavily inspired by the April Fool's Joke, Dice DE Cinderella. The idols' costumes take many elements and color schemes featured in this campaign mini game.
A collaboration with SideM had members of 315 Production appear as guests in the SideM Fantasy: To the Sky Realm for Some Reasons event, where Teru Tendo, Tsubasa Kashiwagi, and Kaoru Sakuraba are brought to the world in flash of light while shooting for a commercial for the movie Granblue Fantasy. Pierre can also be found there as a summon.
Happy Dance Collection (Wii)
GO MY WAY!! appeared as a danceable song.
Hatsune Miku - Project Diva series (PSP)
In cross-promotion with the Vocaloid brand, downloadable costumes and songs are available from the Japanese Playstation Network for the games Hatsune Miku - Project Diva 2nd and Hatsune Miku - Project Diva Extend. These items were made available on October 28, 2010 as a part of the "Hatsune Miku Project DIVA 2nd x THE iDOLM@STER SP Collaboration".
"Primary Star Plum" CUTE&GIRLY style costumes include:
- Haruka-style Miku
- Ami/Mami-style Rin
- Chihaya-style Luka
- "GO MY WAY!!" (sung by: Hatsune Miku)
- "relations" (sung by: Megurine Luka and Kagamine Rin)
- 765 Pro-styled Diva Room
- Mini-Nendoroid figure of MEIKO dressed as Kotori Otonashi
- Mini figure of President Takagi's silhouette
- Posters of Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin and Megurine Luka in their iM@S-inspired costumes
Asami Shimoda, the voice of the Futami twins, Ami and Mami, is also the voice of the Kagamine twins, Rin and Len.
Karaoke JOYSOUND Wii (Wii)
Several songs from THE iDOLM@STER series have appeared as downloadable songs. Several of the songs are M@STER VERSIONs, REM@STERs, or cover songs from the MASTER ARTIST and MASTER LIVE series.
|174818||IM@S ALLSTARS+||i (M@STER VERSION)|
|173781||Haruka Amami and Makoto Kikuchi||YES♪|
|171039||Haruka Amami, Chihaya Kisaragi and Ritsuko Akizuki||shiny smile (M@STER VERSION)|
|176930||Haruka Amami, Yayoi Takatsuki and Mami Futami||Omoide o Arigatou (REM@STER-A)|
|174109||Haruka Amami, Yayoi Takatsuki, Miki Hoshii, Azusa Miura and the Futami Twins||Issho|
|167703||Haruka Amami||GO MY WAY!! (M@STER VERSION)|
|168330||Haruka Amami, Yukiho Hagiwara and Ritsuko Akizuki||Mahou o Kakete! (M@STER VERSION)|
|174486||Haruka Amami, Iori Minase and Chihaya Kisaragi||Taiyou no Jealousy (M@STER VERSION)|
|175925||Kotori Otonashi||THE IDOLM@STER (k VERSION)|
|163308||Makoto Kikuchi||Agent Yoru o Yuku (M@STER VERSION)|
|163306||Makoto Kikuchi, Azusa Miura and Yukiho Hagiwara||Massugu (M@STER VERSION)|
|172775||Chihaya Kisaragi||Me ga Au Toki (M@STER VERSION)|
|174500||Chihaya Kisaragi, Yukiho Hagiwara||inferno|
|173782||Yayoi Takatsuki, Ami Futami and Miki Hoshii||Do-Dai (M@STER VERSION)|
|163307||Yukiho Hagiwara||First Stage (M@STER VERSION)|
|174110||Ami Futami||9:02pm (REM@STER-A)|
|138059||The Futami Twins||Egao no Genki|
|174111||Mami Futami||Ohayou!! Asagohan (REM@STER-A)|
|170946||Miki Hoshii, Haruka Amami and Chihaya Kisaragi||Watashi wa Idol ♥ (SINGLE VERSION)|
|163247||Miki Hoshii||THE IDOLM@STER|
|171516||Miki Hoshii and the Futami Twins||Valentine|
|174501||Iori Minase, Makoto Kikuchi and Azusa Miura||my song (M@STER VERSION)|
|176935||Iori Minase||My Best Friend (REM@STER-B)|
|137432||Iori Minase||Do You Remember Me?|
|167960||Iori Minase, Yayoi Takatsuki and the Futami Twins||Positive! (M@STER VERSION)|
Katamari Damacy series (Various consoles)
Beautiful Katamari features a stage set in the producer's office, which features a song by ten of the girls titled "Danketsu". As such, the song appeared on the CD Katamari Suteki Damacy, which was Beautiful Katamari's game soundtrack. A remix version sung by all thirteen 765 idols titled "Danketsu 2010" was later released on THE IDOLM@STER MASTER ARTIST 2 Prologue.
During an interval in the official PV of "Danketsu", the Katamari Cousins from Beautiful Katamari make an appearance by performing iDOLM@STER dances routines while standing on icons of their respective idol who own that song.
|Ichigo||Haruka Amami||GO MY WAY!!|
|Shy||Yukiho Hagiwara||First Stage|
|Ace||Yayoi Takatsuki||Ohayou!! Asagohan|
|Princess||Iori Minase||Here we go!!|
|Ryu||Chihaya Kisaragi||Aoi Tori|
|Kuro||Makoto Kikuchi||Agent Yoru o Yuku|
|Huey||Ritsuko Akizuki||Mahou o Kakete!|
On the other side of the coin, a costume and accessory set based on the Prince of Cosmos appeared in THE iDOLM@STER Live for You!. The Prince of Cosmos also made a special guest appearance in a skit from the 10th broadcast of THE IDOLM@STER STATION!!!. Asami Imai, Manami Numakura, and Yumi Hara also sang a cover the song Katamari On The Swing, which was the opening theme to the games We Love Katamari and Katamari Forever.
Kuma Tomo (3DS)
Typing in certain words to talk to your bear will sometimes provide iDOLM@STER related reactions. This was officially revealed during THE IDOLM@STER 8th ANNIVERSARY HOP! STEP!! FESTIV@L!!!, where Kuma Tomo meet and greet promotional events were also held.
Later, preregistering for the iOS and Android versions would allow players to have a "Producer" and "Idol". The "Producer" outfit is based on the clothes Youzou Sakagami (AKA "GamiP") wears for public events. The "Idol" costume is based off of Haruka Amami's FLORAL costume, specifically her The☆Wild Strawberry.
Kuma Tomo would later appear in the "Cinderella Girls Theater" manga as a teddy bear from a crane game. The bear was eventually won by Yuzu Kitami and put on display in her room, but was largely ignored by Honoka Ayase in favor of her stuffed cat Pinyakorata.
The bear itself would make a later appearance as a DLC item for THE iDOLM@STER ONE FOR ALL. Kuma Tomo was a body accessory that acted as a pin.
GekiChuMai series (Arcade)
maimai GreeN PLUS (Arcade)
To promote ONE FOR ALL, GO MY WAY!!, THE IDOLM@STER 2nd-mix, and The world is all one!! were added to SEGA's maimai GreeN PLUS on February 26th, 2014, as part of the THE IDOLM@STER Icon Challenge collaboration event. Each three songs features its music video from ONE FOR ALL. When you have reached certain conditions below, you would unlock frames, titles, icons, and a nameplate based on THE IDOLM@STER series and its characters. maimai games support Aime and Banapassport cards for certain features such as saving score data and collection items, including THE IDOLM@STER ones. 
|Haruka Amami icon, "maimaiですよ！maimaiっっ！！" title||Obtain S rank on GO MY WAY!! on any difficulty|
|Ritsuko Akizuki icon, "マニアックですから" title||Clear GO MY WAY!! on EXPERT difficulty|
|Makoto Kikuchi icon, "やーりぃ！" title||Achieve FULL COMBO on GO MY WAY!! on any difficulty|
|Haruka, Makoto, and Ritsuko frame||Get ALL PERFECT on GO MY WAY!! on any difficulty|
|Chihaya Kisaragi icon, "くっ" title||Clear THE IDOLM@STER 2nd-mix on EXPERT difficulty|
|Yukiho Hagiwara icon, "穴掘って埋まってますぅ～" title||Achieve FULL COMBO on THE IDOLM@STER 2nd-mix on any difficulty|
|Ami Futami icon, "んっふっふ～" title||During SYNC MODE, on Player 1's side, achieve 100% SYNC on THE IDOLM@STER 2nd-mix on any difficulty|
|Mami Futami icon, "よろよろ～" title||During SYNC MODE, on Player 2's side, achieve 100% SYNC on THE IDOLM@STER 2nd-mix on any difficulty|
|Takane Shijou icon, "面妖な" title||During SYNC MODE, on any player's side, achieve 100% SYNC on THE IDOLM@STER 2nd-mix on any difficulty|
|Chihaya, Yukiho, Takane, Ami, and Mami frame||Get ALL PERFECT on THE IDOLM@STER 2nd-mix on any difficulty|
|Iori Minase icon, "変態！ド変態！der変態！変態大人" title||During SYNC MODE, on Player 1's side, achieve 100% SYNC on The world is all one!! on any difficulty|
|Yayoi Takatsuki icon, "うっうー！ハイ！ターッチ！イェイ！" title||During SYNC MODE, on Player 2's side, achieve 100% SYNC on The world is all one!! on any difficulty|
|Azusa Miura icon, "あらあら～" title||Achieve FULL COMBO on The world is all one!! on any difficulty|
|Miki Hoshii icon, "あふぅ" title||Clear The world is all one!! on EXPERT difficulty|
|Hibiki Ganaha icon, "なんくるないさー！" title||Obtain S rank on The world is all one!! on any difficulty|
|Miki, Iori, Yayoi, Azusa, and Hibiki frame||Get ALL PERFECT on The world is all one!! on any difficulty|
|765 Production icon||Play three THE IDOLM@STER songs on all difficulties|
|Kotori Otonashi icon||Obtain SS rank on three THE IDOLM@STER songs on all difficulties|
|"のヮの" title||Play three THE IDOLM@STER songs on any difficulty, in one credit|
|President Takagi icon||Play three THE IDOLM@STER songs on EXPERT difficulty, in one credit|
|"ティン！ときた！" title||Play three THE IDOLM@STER songs on MASTER difficulty and obtain SS rank on these songs in one credit|
|THE IDOLM@STER nameplate||Unknown, presumably available as of ORANGE|
|THE IDOLM@STER frame||Unknown, presumably available as of ORANGE|
The event lasted from February 2nd 2014 to April 23rd 2014. During the middle of the event, on March 3rd 2014, three frames containing 765 Production idols were added. Four months later, the event was revived again from August 8th 2014 to September 17 2014.
As of maimai MURASAKi, all three THE IDOLM@STER songs were removed, rendering the requirements to unlock items above useless. Curiously enough, THE IDOLM@STER nameplate, THE IDOLM@STER frame, and 765 Production icon stayed as of MURASAKi.
This event was not the only iM@S collaboration with a SEGA arcade rhythm game, as another one was held almost seven years later.
CHUNITHM PARADISE LOST, maimai DX UNIVERSE, and O.N.G.E.K.I. bright (Arcade)
Announced on 16th July, 2021, SEGA's lineup of rhythm arcade games (consisting of maimai, CHUNITHM, and O.N.G.E.K.I., collectively known as "GekiChuMai" or "Performai") had a collaboration with THE iDOLM@STER franchise, as part of iM@S' 16th anniversary. Not only just featuring the 765PRO brand, this collaboration also features Cinderella Girls, Million Live!, SideM, and Shiny Colors, bringing the whole five brands to the GekiChuMai games in span of three months starting August 2021.
Part one of the collaboration lasted from August 5th until October 10th 2021, starting with CHUNITHM PARADISE LOST. The collaboration event consists of two event maps that reward you items as you progress throughout the game.
The first map for this event is for THE IDOLM@STER, and the representative song of 765PRO is The Live Kakumei de SHOW! as the unlockable song of this map. Miki Hoshii, Makoto Kikuchi Takane Shijou, Yayoi Takatsuki, Ami Futami, and Mami Futami are obtainable characters.
The second map for this event is for Cinderella Girls, with Yes! Party Time!!, the representative song from Cinderella Girls, being the unlockable song of this map. Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, Mio Honda, Miria Akagi, and Nana Abe are also featured as the obtainable characters.
Besides characters and songs, each event map will also reward players titles and nameplates.
Part two ran from September 16th until November 11th 2021, this time with maimai DX UNIVERSE (previously Splash PLUS on the initial announcement). maimai DX received songs from Million Live! and SideM.
Million Live!'s representative song is Shooting Stars and the obtainable character frames are the Crescendo Blue members. SideM's representative song is MOON NIGHT no Sei ni Shite and the obtainable character frames are the DRAMATIC STARS members.
This event also rewarded players nameplates and frames upon playing these songs.
The third and final part ran from October 21st until November 24th 2021, closing the collaboration with O.N.G.E.K.I. bright (previously R.E.D. PLUS on the initial announcement). O.N.G.E.K.I. received two collab events consisting of Shiny Colors and THE iDOLM@STER series as a whole.
The first is franchise-wide THE IDOLM@STER series, bringing the 15th Anniversary theme song Nandodemo Waraou into O.N.G.E.K.I.. The main idols from each five brands are the obtainable SSR cards: Haruka Amami (Chihaya and Miki as cameos), Uzuki Shimamura (Rin and Mio as cameos), Mirai Kasuga (Shizuka and Tsubasa as cameos), Teru Tendo (Kaoru and Tsubasa as cameos), and Mano Sakuragi (Hiori and Meguru as cameos). Nameplates are also obtained from this part of the event.
The second is Shiny Colors with Hide & Attack as its representative song. Straylight members are the obtainable event SR cards.
These obtainable event cards (SR and SSR) can also be printed on SEGA's CARD MAKER machines, a feature for O.N.G.E.K.I. to print in-game card characters into real cards.
More information to be added soon. Note that unlocking event items and keeping them in these games require an Amusement IC card (which supports games that run on the ALL.NET arcade network service, including GekiChuMai ones).
MUSIC GUNGUN! 2 (Taito)
GO MY WAY!! and Agent Yoru o Yuku appear as solo songs sung by Chihaya Kisaragi and the Futami Twins, respectively. Players can shoot notes with arcade guns to the beat of the songs in order to get a high score.
Playstation Home (PS3)
With the addition of the Bandai Namco arcade and theater hubs, players can play four different slot machines to win iDOLM@STER-themed soda cans and four parts to complete a Haruka Amami costume. This costume started an entire meme on Nico Nico Douga. The costume and resulting character became known as "Home Haruka".
In promoting THE iDOLM@STER SP reissues, a series of concerts was held in the Japanese version of Home from January 28 to February 7, 2010. The concerts starred Haruka, Yukiho, and Chihaya performing Colorful Days, THE iDOLM@STER, shiny smile, and GO MY WAY!!. Performances varied from single performances to varied combinations of duo and trio combinations. Audience participants were encouraged to cheer at certain times to make the idols do an appeal, and were also able buy glowstick fashion accessories and t-shirts for their Home avatar.
Pro Baseball Famista (3DS, ijji)
Pro Baseball Famista 2011 (3DS)
Pro Baseball Famista Online (ijji)
When the game went online, the collaboration between 765 Production was expanded upon. For a limited time, players could recruit all 13 idols from THE iDOLM@STER's team, Namco Stars. Miki, Haruka, and Chihaya were given new artwork since their 3DS appearance.
Ridge Racer (Vita)
DLC stock cars with iDOLM@STER graphics were available for this game. Additionally, songs from THE iDOLM@STER 2 were downloadable as well. The songs included, sung by 765PRO ALLSTARS, are the following: The world is all one!!, MEGARE!, THE iDOLM@STER 2nd-mix and GO MY WAY!!.
Shingun Destro~y! (Android, iOS)
In a collaboration between THE iDOLM@STER anime and the social game Shingun Destro~y!, a drama parody version of Mujin Gattai Kisaragi featuring Kisaragi type tanks was recorded. Miki Hoshi, Ami Futami, and Mami Futami all made appearances.
Super Robot Wars X-Ω (Android, iOS)
The game celebrated the tenth anniversary of the iDOLM@STER franchise by introducing Haruka's Idolmaster: Xenoglossia counterpart during the Christmas 2015 event, piloting her idol Imber. The event was reran in 2017.
A September 2017 event instead used the voice drama of Mujin Gattai Kisaragi as the basis for the 765 PRO characters: Ami, Mami, and their mecha Kisaragi, as well as Haruka and her Harukaizer, were made playable units, while Azusa, Iori, Makoto, Hibiki, Miki, Takane, Yayoi, and Yukiho made appearances in the story. A remix of arcadia titled "arcadia (X-Ω Ver.)" was used as the main theme.
An event based on THE iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls Theater skit Kirarin Robo was implemented in September 2017, featuring Kirarin Robo, Rabbit Robo and Glassy (as well as their respective pilots Kirari, Anzu, and Haruna) as playable units. The theme song used was "Theme of Kirarin Robo".
The final iM@S-related event of 2017 had all three mecha continuities cross over, pitting Imber against Kisaragi and Kirarin Robo as both a celebration of the second anniversary of Cinderella Girls and the tenth anniversary of Xenoglossia. Imber, Kisaragi, and HaruKaizer were given updated units for the event. Binetsu S.O.S!! was used as the main theme for this crossover.
Sword Art Online: Unleash Blading (Android, iOS)
In February 2022, THE iDOLM@STER Million Live! Theater Days collaborated with the role-playing gacha game Sword Art Online: Unleash Blading. The idols Anna Mochizuki, Yuriko Nanao, and Miki Hoshii appeared in the game during the Cheerful Music! event. Yuriko and Anna were available as playable units while Miki was purchasable as a homescreen background character. Sword Art Online characters Asuna, Sinon, Leafa, and Eydis appeared wearing Million Live! themed outfits.
|Anna Mochizuki||Let's Enjoy the Game||I finally get it. This is the world where I'm always at. The characters and enemies are so real…not to mention the play style is completely different. But it's just the same as being inside a really fun game! The only difference being is that my friends are nearby…like on a different level!|
|Yuriko Nanao||Tailwinds of the Dream Girl||This is so COOL! I'm in a fantasy world… but in real time! These wings on my back also let me fly through the skies at will… Just like a wind warrior! If I hear anyone crying for help, I will answer the call wherever they may be. Sounds like what a protagonist in a story would say, right?|
Theater Days also received a Sword Art Online related event as a result of the collaboration. SSRs of Julia and Kotoha Tanaka appeared as limited collaboration gacha cards with Kirito's and Asuna's outfits respectively. A SR of Tsubasa Ibuki in Leafa's outfit and a SR of Mizuki Makabe in Sinon's outfit were available as event cards. Players would also receive a free SR of Serika Hakozaki in Silica's outfit.
IGNITE appeared as an event song, covered by Mizuki, Tsubasa, Julia, Kotoha, and Serika.
Taiko no Tatsujin series (Arcade/Various Consoles)
The idols themselves dance in rhythm with the music, all from 765 PRO, 961 PRO, 876 PRO, 346 PRO, and 315 PRO. 765 Production, 876 Production and 961 Production's idols all use the art style above, which depicts the idols dancing on a festival stage. Interestingly, this is one of the few forms of media that shows Takane Shijou and Hibiki Ganaha's CUTE&GIRLY and COOL&SEXY costumes from the First Vision era. The 346 Production songs instead used the Puchiderella art style, while the 315 Production songs used the SideMini style. The 765 Theater songs utilize a unique chibi style similar to the art in the Theater Days 4komas. Several songs have appeared in multiple games of the Taiko no Tatsujin series across several consoles.
|THE IDOLM@STER||Taiko no Tatsujin 7, Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Special, Taiko no Tatsujin 8, Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2, Taiko no Tatsujin 9, Medal no Tatsujin 2 - Atsumare! Go! Go! Sugoroku Sentai Don Ranger Five, Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version|
|Positive!||Taiko no Tatsujin 7, Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Special, Taiko no Tatsujin 8, Medal no Tatsujin 2 - Atsumare! Go! Go! Sugoroku Sentai Don Ranger Five|
|Mahou o Kakete!||Taiko no Tatsujin 8, Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2, Taiko no Tatsujin: DON-KA! to Oomori Nanadaime, Taiko no Tatsujin 9, Medal no Tatsujin 2 - Atsumare! Go! Go! Sugoroku Sentai Don Ranger Five, Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version|
|Agent Yoru o Yuku||Taiko no Tatsujin 10, Taiko no Tatsujin 11, Metcha! Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Nanatsu no Shima no Daibouken, Taiko no Tatsujin 11 Asian Version, Taiko no Tatsujin 12, Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Asian Version, Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Don! to Zoryoban, Taiko no Tatsujin 13, Taiko no Tatsujin 14, Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX (August DLC)|
|GO MY WAY!!||Taiko no Tatsujin 9, Taiko no Tatsujin 10, Taiko no Tatsujin Mobile, Taiko no Tatsujin Plus (THE iDOLM@STER Pack), Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX (August DLC), Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban|
|shiny smile||Taiko no Tatsujin 11, Metcha! Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Nanatsu no Shima no Daibouken, Taiko no Tatsujin 11 Asian Version, Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version|
|Do-Dai||Taiko no Tatsujin 12, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii, Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Asian Version, Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Don! to Zoryoban, Taiko no Tatsujin 13, Taiko no Tatsujin Plus (THE iDOLM@STER Pack), Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX (June DLC)|
|Kamisama no Birthday||Taiko no Tatsujin 12, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii, Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Asian Version, Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Don! to Zoryoban|
|Kiramekirari||Taiko no Tatsujin 13, Taiko no Tatsujin 14, Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX, Taiko no Tatsujin (2011), Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON), Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version, Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version|
|I Want||Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime, Taiko no Tatsujin 13|
|"HELLO!!"||Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime, Taiko no Tatsujin 13|
|Overmaster||Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2 (DLC Pack 1), Taiko no Tatsujin Plus (THE iDOLM@STER Pack), Taiko no Tatsujin 14, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime, Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX (August DLC)|
|relations||Taiko no Tatsujin Plus (THE iDOLM@STER Pack), Taiko no Tatsujin 14, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban|
|L・O・B・M||Taiko no Tatsujin Plus (THE iDOLM@STER Pack), Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime|
|The world is all one!!||Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX, Taiko no Tatsujin (2011), Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON), Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version, Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version|
|SMOKY THRILL||Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX (Preorder Bonus), Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX (January DLC), Taiko no Tatsujin (2011), Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban, Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON), Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version, Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version|
|READY!!||Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX (November DLC), Taiko no Tatsujin (2011), Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON), Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version, Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version|
|Kyun! Vampire Girl||Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb, Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version, Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version|
|Nanairo Button||Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON), Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version, Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version, Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version|
|MUSIC♪||Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban|
|Honey Heartbeat ~10 Stars Mix~||Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version|
|Machiuke Prince||Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version|
|ONLY MY NOTE||Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure 1|
|Maji de...!?||Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version|
|Onegai! Cinderella||Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version|
|Star!!||Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version|
|GOIN'!!!||Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version|
|Thank You!||Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version|
|DRIVE A LIVE||Taiko no Tatsujin White Version, Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure 2|
|Reason!!||Taiko no Tatsujin Yellow Version|
|Brand New Theater!||Taiko no Tatsujin Yellow Version|
|GLORIOUS RO@D||Taiko no Tatsujin Blue Version|
On the other side of the coin, several Taiko no Tatsujin accessories have appeared throughout all of the main series games starting with THE iDOLM@STER Live for You!. The drum series even made an appearance in THE iDOLM@STER 2 The world is all one!! manga as a game Mami Futami and Yayoi Takatsuki (as the unit One-Two→Tails) were playing during a demonstration. In THE iDOLM@STER SHINY FESTA, the regular gameplay could be formatted to match Taiko no Tatsujin's gameplay and sound effects. The 1st DLC catalog for this game also included The world is all one!!, which included a special Taiko no Tatsujin-like PV. In a cross collaboration with Cinderella Girls, the game appeared as a promotional card for Rika Jougasaki as well as featured the New Generation members as collectable "Puchi Chara" characters.
From April 28 to June 30, 2015, to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of THE iDOLM@STER in addition to the 15th Anniversary of Taiko no Tatsujin, the arcade game Taiko no Tatsujin: Murasaki Version held a special iM@S-themed campaign that included special items as well as songs sung by 765PRO ALLSTARS, 765PRO Theater Stars (Mirai Kasuga, Shizuka Mogami, and Tsubasa Ibuki), and 346Pro (Uzuki Shimamura, Rin Shibuya, and Mio Honda). Of the songs included comes a brand new song by 765PRO, Maji de...!?.
On December 10, 2015, THE IDOLM@STER MUST SONGS Presented by Taiko No Tatsujin was released on the PS Vita, in which comes in 2 versions, Red Album in which features songs from the original iDOLM@STER games, and Blue Album, in which features songs from the 2nd Vision games. Both versions have 40 songs in total. In the Credits, Don-chan (credited in Red Album) and Katsu-chan (credited in Blue Album), along with their VA, Miki Narahashi, are credited. 961 PRO's Leon, Jupiter (as 961 PRO idols), Ryuuguu Komachi and Kotori Otonashi, as well as Miki's "awakened" look, all appeared in the same art style shown above.
Tales series (Various Consoles)
Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X (PSP)
Haruka Amami appears as a secret ingame costume for Mel. Wearing her "Gothic Princess" CUTE&GIRLY costume, Haruka trips over enemies as her attack. While playing as the idol, the BGM changes to a song from THE iDOLM@STER.
Tales of Innocence (Nintendo DS, PS Vita)
Downloadable costumes were available for the eight main protagonists of the game. Each hero received a different costume based on a different idol.
|Weiss Jupiter||LUXURY||Shouta Mitarai||Luca Milda|
|The☆Wild Strawberry||FLORAL||Makoto Kikuchi||Iria Animi|
|Blackish 961SP||LUXURY||Shouta Mitarai||Spada Belforma|
|The☆Wild Strawberry||FLORAL||Ritsuko Akizuki||Ange Serena|
|Blackish 961SP||LUXURY||Hokuto Ijuuin||Ricardo Soldato|
|The☆Wild Strawberry||FLORAL||Yayoi Takatsuki||Hermana Larmo|
|The☆Wild Strawberry||FLORAL||Hibiki Ganaha||QQ Selezneva|
|Weiss Jupiter||LUXURY||Touma Amagase||Kongwai Tao|
Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology (PSP)
Nine different costumes from THE iDOLM@STER can be obtained in the Japanese as well as in the localized versions of this game. They are all considered body armor pieces. These costumes can be equipped by any character meeting the level requirement, regardless of sex and class. In the Japanese version, the costumes were downloadable content. The localized versions, however, do not have any DLC functions and offer all costumes for GP points that can be obtained in the game. The available costumes are shown below. Costumes marked as 'F' look like the costumes of the same name look on the Futami Twins in THE iDOLM@STER, costumes marked with 'A' look like Haruka Amami's, and 'K' refers to Chihaya Kisaragi's costumes.
|Costume||Price (English versions)||In-game description||Required Level||Defense|
|Pink Apollo F||100 GP||A costume with a bold design.||1||1|
|Rose Etoile F||400 GP||A costume with a bold design.||5||21|
|Dark Zodiac F||1000 GP||A costume with a bold design.||8||89|
|Gothic Princess K||1000 GP||The cape and the cut of the skirt define the look of this outfit.||8||89|
|Snow Strawberry K||100 GP||The cape and the cut of the skirt define the look of this outfit.||1||1|
|Noel Angelique K||400 GP||The cape and the cut of the skirt define the look of this outfit.||5||21|
|Gothic Princess A||1000 GP||The balance of the skirt and the ribbon is the focus of this outfit.||8||89|
|Snow Strawberry A||100 GP||The balance of the skirt and the ribbon is the focus of this outfit.||1||1|
|Noel Angelique A||400 GP||The balance of the skirt and the ribbon is the focus of this outfit.||5||21|
Tales of Graces and Tales of Graces f (Wii, PS3)
Voice actress Kana Hanazawa happens to voice both the characters Eri Mizutani and Sophie, so both Dearly Stars and Tales of Graces reference each other frequently.
Downloadable costumes are available for the RPG game, all based on the "Snow Strawberry" CUTE&GIRLY design. Ai Hidaka's costume is usable by Cheria Barnes, Eri Mizutani's costume is usable by Sophie, and Ryo Akizuki's costume is usable by Pascal. During its Tokyo Game Show debut, both game makers and Kana Hanazawa referred to Eri Mizutani and placed her picture onscreen during the presentation of the game.
Tales of Hearts Anime Movie Edition and Tales of Hearts CG Movie Edition (Nintendo DS)
Yayoi Takatsuki appears as a helper character. She supports the hero with "High Touch!", which damages the opponents and knocks them down. To obtain her item to summon her, you can either complete a side quest or buy her with grade for a New Game+.
Tales of Vesperia and Tales of Vesperia Remaster / Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition (Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Switch, PC)
DLC for the PlayStation 3 version of Tales of Vesperia includes a costume for Rita based on Haruka's "Snow Strawberry" CUTE&GIRLY appearance. The theme for this set was based on other Bandai Namco games.
Additionally, Estelle's default costume is a DLC item in THE iDOLM@STER SP for all characters.
In the Remaster / Definitive Edition release, all DLC content, including Rita's iDOLM@STER outfit, are included.
Tales of Xillia (PS3)
Downloadable costumes based on THE iDOLM@STER 2 "Pink Diamond 765" LUXURY costumes are available for the RPG Tales of Xillia. Milla Maxwell wears Takane Shijou's costume, Elize Lutus has Haruka Amami's costume, and Leia Rolando wears Hibiki Ganaha's costume.
Tales of Card Evolve (GREE)
Due to both being card games supported by GREE, Million Live!'s Elena Shimabara and Milla Maxwell swapped costumes for in game card sets that were available for a limited time.
Tales of Zestiria (PS3, PS4, PC)
Downloadable costumes based on The iDOLM@STER ONE FOR ALL's "Check MY Note" costume are available for the characters Alisha, Rose, Lailah and Edna, based on the costumes of Chihaya Kisaragi, Haruka Amami, Miki Hoshii and Yayoi Takatsuki respectively.
Additionally, plush attachments based on the 765 idols are bundled with the costumes.
Tales of Asteria (Android, iOS)
Tales of Asteria has collaborated with multiple of the mobile series. Two idols from each game have been playable characters for each collaboration: Haruka and Miki for the Platinum Stars collaboration, Mika and Uzuki for the Cinderella Girls collaboration, and Touma and Shiki for the SideM collaboration. In addition, 8 characters of the Tales series get matching idol outfits.
A SideM event returned the favor by including Luke von Fabre and Yuri Lowell as playable characters, while giving the groups Beit and W clothes similar to featured heroes.
Tales of Arise (PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC)
Downloadable costumes based on THE iDOLM@STER Starlit Season's "Colorful Session" costume are available for Rinwell. In THE iDOLM@STER Starlit Season, players will be able to download the costume based on Shionne, which can be worn by all characters.
TANK (Arcade, Windows)
This 2008 game (タンくる) by Tancle and VerX was a four person shooting game whose online service started on September 4, 2008 and ended April 21, 2009. Despite its short run, THE iDOLM@STER ran a collaboration event where the characters Hino, Denel, and Urumi dressed as Haruka Amami, Azusa Miura, and Yukiho Hagiwara respectively.
Tanken Driland (GREE)
Due to both being card games supported by GREE, Haruka Amami was given a collaboration Million Live! card. In addition, Haruka, Yukiho Hagiwara, Umi Kousaka, Matsuri Tokugawa, and Serika Hakozaki appeared in Tanken Driland for a limited period of time.
Tekken series (Various Consoles)
Xiaoyu's costume from Tekken 5 appears as a DLC item for THE iDOLM@STER SP.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Million Live! has several cards based on various characters from the series. Particularly of note is a card featuring Iori Minase wearing Lili's outfit, as Tekken series creator, Bandai Namco e-Sports strategy team leader and original IP general manager, Katsuhiro Harada, appears in the background. This is due to a rumor that his favorite idol of the series is Iori, due to him wearing an Iori based shirt to THE iDOLM@STER related events.
It was also used as the artwork for a BANAPASSPORT card.
A collaboration was announced at THE IDOLM@STER M@STERS OF IDOL WORLD!!2015 that the female fighters would have Check MY Note costumes made available to them in the arcade version of the game. The characters and their corresponding idol costumes are Asuka Kazama (Haruka Amami), Lucky Chloe (Miki Hoshii), Kazumi Mishima (Chihaya Kisaragi), Alisa Bosconovitch (Yukiho Hagiwara), Ling Xiaoyu (Yayoi Takatsuki), Emilie "Lili" de Rochefort (Iori Minase), Katarina Alves (Takane Shijou), and Josie Rizal (Hibiki Ganaha). The costumes were later made available in the console release for the game as part of it's first DLC pack, Ultimate Tekken Bowl. Also, Paul Phoenix wears Haruka's outfit, but it was a joke.
Oddly enough, Yumi Hara, who voiced Takane, is the VA for Kazumi, despite the fact that Kazumi's idol costume is Chihaya's (Takane's costume was served for Katarina instead).
Wooser's Hand-to-Mouth Life (Anime)
Chihaya Kisaragi made a guest appearance in the eighth episode of the second season within this anime. The episode was aired on Chihaya's birthday, and Chihaya, Harukasan and Chihyaa all appeared in the end card, illustrated by PUCHiM@S! illustrator, Akane. Chihaya's VA, Asami Imai, was credited. The poster featured after the ending credits is THE IDOLM@STER MOVIE: Kagayaki no Mukougawa e!.