ryota best boy btw!
I love em so much
The music is also another great aspect. Unlike most other idol games out there, Tsukipro series features many different musical genres and styles, by many different producers, so there is a lot of diversity in the music instead of just idol pop. I especially love Quell and Growth's music.
Also, there is a sort of dollhouse-like thing which you can do when you are tired of playing the rhythm game, which is really cute and a good way to bond with the boys. The only bad thing I've encountered is that if you lose your device w/o creating a back up code, you're screwed and have to start over anew, which yep that happened to me and I lost all of my rare Ruis. :( But other than the fact that their backup system sucks, the game has still managed to draw me back even though I had to start over.
Another good thing I forgot to mention was that there isn't a problem with inventory space (that I have encountered) like there is in most other idol games, which severely limit how many characters you can keep. I have not been asked to clear out my idols in the many months I've been playing. So this lifts away a lot of the stress that many idol or boy-collecting games have with inventory management.
ps : sorry for the grammar error (¯―¯٥)
L.O.V.E Hajime love
But i want translation so we can read what it says..