SIFAS
SIFAS


Love Live! School Idol Festival
School Idol Club November 21, 2018 "Tokimeki Runners" Opening theme for SIFAS and 1st album October 2, 2019 Love U My Friends Nijigasaki High School Idol

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Love Live! School Idol FestivalJapanese logo of the gameDeveloper(s)KLabGamesPublisher(s)BushiroadSeriesLove Live!
Love Live! Sunshine!!EnginePlayground[1]Platform(s)Android, iOSReleaseGenre(s)Rhythm game
AdventureMode(s)Single-player
Multiplayer (During events)

Love Live! School Idol Festival[a] (often abbreviated as LLSIF or Sukufesu) is a Japanese rhythm game series developed by KLab and published by Bushiroad's Bushimo for Android and iOS platforms. It first released in Japan on April 15, 2013 (Android) and June 8, 2013 (iOS).[2] The game is free-to-play with an in-app purchase system. It features songs and characters from the multimedia franchises Love Live! and Love Live! Sunshine!!, newly introduced girls, and stories that are not included in other media.

The English localization was released worldwide on May 11, 2014 for iOS and Android devices.[3] It also was localized in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and South Korea.[4] At the end of September 2016, the English version added Korean support, and the two servers merged.[5] The Traditional Chinese version, which was operated by Mobimon in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau, also merged with the English version on May 18, 2017.[6]

On January 11, 2016, Love Live! Sunshine!! live streamed a special announcement regarding Aqours joining the app in July 2016.[7] In the game, Aqours got original main and side stories, playable songs, and fully voiced cards. KLab added R rarity cards for each Aqours members on January 31, 2016, though they were only voiced after the official release in July. In June 2016, Chika and Riko were featured in the in-game regular events for the first time. The group officially joined the game on July 5, 2016 along with new card rarity SSR and other major updates.[8]

An arcade version of the game titled Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity (developed by Square Enix and published by Bushiroad) was released on December 6, 2016.[9] Another spin-off game titled Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars planned to be released on 2019, and will also feature the Perfect Dream Project characters.[10]

Contents Gameplay During "Live Show," the player has to tap the icons with the rhythm of the song

The game has two gameplay modes—"Story" and "Live"— featuring all nine members of the idol groups μ's and Aqours.[b] Players acquire a score in the rhythm "Live" mode, in which they tap circles at the proper time in order to receive a high score that can be placed on the leader board. These songs are divided into 4 difficulties: Easy, Normal, Hard, and Expert. Another difficulty called "Master" features songs that are only available for a limited time and include rhythm icons where players have to swipe their fingers on the screen during some songs.

In "Story" mode, the player works as μ's' and Aqours' helper and manage their training and schedule. The mode is full-voiced with all of the idols' respective voice actresses. The players interacts with the girls as they live their lives as school idols.[2]

The game has several currencies:

Cards and team formation

Players can form 9-person units. The girls in the formation are called "members." Players acquire new members by doing Lives or scouting through "Student Scouting" that uses the gacha system. Two same cards can be combined and they will be "Idolized", which unlocks new card art and a side story gives a Love Gem. Each member has their own card level and skill that can be leveled up by doing a "Practice", which involves sacrificing one or more cards to increase the level of another one. In order to increase skill level, cards that are "practiced" must have the same skill. Increasing skill and card levels improves the scores players can obtain in "Lives". New Aqours and regular members are added every time an in-game event has ended and μ's cards are added halfway through events.

Members cards are divided into 5 rarities: N (normal), R (rare), SR (super rare), SSR (special super rare), and UR (ultra rare). Each rarity (except N-rarity) has a different set of leader skills (passive) and active skills that affect the Lives scores. Cards and songs are divided into attributes that represent each card's idol type: Smile, Cool, and Pure. Using the same attribute members to do Lives of the same attribute song gives a higher score.

Other than μ's and Aqours, other characters are featured in the N rarity cards. There are 54 characters with 9 girls represent 6 different schools:

Seiran High School

Chitose Bridge High School

Shinonome Institute

Tooh Academy

Shion Women Institute

Y.G. International Academy.

These characters are not voiced, but Emma Verde (previously only named Emma), Kanata Konoe, and Shizuku Ōsaka were promoted to become part of the Perfect Dream Project and were each given voice actresses. Fujimaru designed the new characters.[11]

Besides the regular cards, the game also includes "promotional cards" and "skill up cards". Promotional cards can be obtained free as a bonus from purchasing Love Live! merchandise, clearing quests, purchasing through Sticker Shop, scouting using Gs, or simply logging in to the game. Regardless of rarity, promotional cards have relatively low stats and leader skill effects. They also don't give stickers when practiced or deleted. The cards are usually pre-idolized, which means that players cannot idolize the card for different art. μ's and Aqours' respective rival groups (A-Rise and Saint Snow), the groups' younger selves,[c] and the girls from Nijigasaki Academy are also featured as fully voiced promotional cards.

A skill up card is used to level up the skill of a card. It can't be idolized or used in a Live. These cards feature characters around the main groups such as the girls' mothers, school friends and teachers, and even animals. These cards can be obtained by logging in, special box scouting, in-game event rewards, or purchasing a limited time sale pack.

In-game events

Every 15 days, an in-game event with total of 4 SR rarity cards as reward is held.[d] Each event runs for around 10 days with a 5-days break. The SR rarity cards are obtainable by collecting event points and competing with other players through event points ranking. Reward includes Gs, Love Gems, and skill-up cards.

The game has currently 6 type of events:

Token Collection (アイコンコレクション, Aikon Korekushon)[13]
Players play an event-exclusive song to get the event points. The song requires Tokens which are collected by playing songs. Sometimes, the event also featured a short story that was previously featured in the franchise's novel series School Idol Diary.
Score Match (スコアマッチ, Sukoa Macchi)[13]
4 players compete with each other to get the highest score from a randomly-chosen song.
Medley Festival (メドレーフェスティバル, Medorē Fesutibaru)[13]
Players can play up to three songs in a row and can use stat increases to improve their score and/or Live prize. Some stat increases will appear randomly from in-game friends.
Challenge Festival (チャレンジフェスティバル, Charenji Fesutibaru)
Players can play up to 5 songs and receive the accumulated prize at the end of the challenge. μ's members will appear and give random ability increases. If 3 members with same sub-unit, school year, and/or wear same uniform appear, a specific mission will appear. Clearing the mission will give the players an additional prize.
Adventure Stroll (おさんぽラリー, Osanpo Rarī)
Players clear Live songs to unlock Aqours and μ's side stories and clear missions while "taking a stroll" around the event map. Live songs also give 'souvenirs' which players can exchange for friend points, event SR rarity cards, and in-game backgrounds.
Companion Match (なかよしマッチ, Nakayoshi Macchi)[14]
Works like Score Match, but instead of competing against each other, the event requires 4 players to work together in clearing missions by reaching certain scores or combos. Players' scores are determined by how much they contributed. While in score mission they are ranked from highest to the lowest score, combo mission will always display anyone with "Full Combo" as the first place(s).
Collaboration event

In 2019, the Japanese server of School Idol Festival held its first collaboration event outside the Love Live! franchise. The collaboration event with mobile TCG, Shadowverse, was held in both of the games (September 20-30 within the School Idol Festival app). Between the 9 girls of Aqours, Yoshiko Tsushima was chosen as representative through fan votes. The collaboration campaign includes a new song, "Deep Resonance" that was included in the group's 4th single, a limited UR card for Yoshiko, as well as login bonuses.[15]

Related games Arcade Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School ActivityArcade appearanceDeveloper(s)Square EnixPublisher(s)Square EnixReleaseGenre(s)Rhythm gameMode(s)Single-player
Multiplayer

In November 27, 2015, the official website of the game announced the production of the arcade version of Love Live! School Idol Festival.[16] The arcade game titled Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity[e] (often abbreviated as SIFAC or Sukufesu AC) is a joint development with Square Enix and operates using NESiCA Cards.[17] The name comes from the fact that the game is an arcade game, player will have to go to a game center to play that it gives an "after school" feeling.[18] A beta testing on location were held on May 13–15 and May 27–29, 2016.[19] The game was fully released on December 6 of the same year.[9]

Different from the mobile game, the arcade version features a cooperative mode; it can be played by up to 3 players and has fully 3D CG dances. It also lets players collect and print Profile Cards and Member Cards—each comes with buff skills—just like the original game. The game currently has 3 type of in-game events: Birthday Event (バースデーイベント), Skill Card Event (スキルカードイベント), and Score Ranking Event (スコアランキングバトル).

In October 2017, Aqours was announced to join the arcade game.[20] They first appeared for a limited time from December 6, 2017 until January 8, 2018 as a preliminary trial as part of the game's 1st anniversary campaign.[21]

In April 2018, Square Enix announced the game will receive a major update titled Love Live! School Idol Festival: After School Activity Next Stage as part of Love Live! School Idol Festival's 5th anniversary campaign. Aqours' song will be added as well as new function named "Odekake School Idol" and a new song difficulty.[22] The group has been officially added to the game along with the major update on December 6, 2018.[23]

In the first day after the Next Stage update has been released, it has been met with an infamous bug that sometimes characters appear naked during the dance sequence. This bug became "viral" on Twitter as screenshots and clips of dancing "Barbie doll-esque" nude characters during gameplay has been spread across it.[24] This bug caused Square Enix to take the game server in "urgent maintenance" for few days in order to fix that bug.[25]

In September 5, 2019, Saint Snow, the rival duo of Aqours, has been added to the game, along with two of their songs.[26]

Successor

A successor game of Love Live! School Idol Festival was announced during Tokyo Game Show 2017 titled Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars[f] (officially abbreviated as SchSta (スクスタ, Sukusuta)) for 2019 release.[g] The game uses an alternate story that differentiates it from other media where μ's and Aqours are in the same school year and works together as one along with the girls from Nijigasaki Academy.[28] The game is described as "the ultimate idol game" that allows players to 'participate' in the game and customize the school idols.[29] The girls from Nijigasaki Academy performs the opening theme titled "Tokimeki Runners."[30]

New features include tree-based growth system, new Live system, and "SchFes ID" (スクフェスID, Sukufesu ID). Using the SchFes ID, players will be able to play both games under the same account. Syncing their SchFes ID created on Love Live! School Idol Festival with School Idol Festival All Stars, players will be able to port their Rank and their progress made in the game to the new title. However, the benefits of the new ID offer extend far beyond simple progress preservation.[10]

Perfect Dream Project

In March 2017, the official website of Love Live School Idol Festival launched a new project called "Perfect Dream Project," which features 9 new girls. Emma, Kanata Konoe, and Shizuku Ōsaka were three members who were already featured as N-rarity girls and topped the 3rd popularity poll.[31][32] The remaining 6 girls were later introduced: Ayumu Uehara, Kasumi Nakasu, Karin Asaka, Ai Miyashita, Setsuna Yuki, and Rina Tennōji. The members are part of the school idol club at Nijigasaki High (later referred as "Nijigasaki High School Idol Club"[h] in the official sources) and were split up into groups of three to begin activities in three different apps before their addition to the game: Dengeki Online website (Kasumi, Karin, Setsuna), Famitsu App website (Ayumu, Ai, Rina), and School Idol Festival website (Emma, Shizuku, Kanata). Each place is working as a separate room or branch office for the Nijigasaki Academy.[33] Unlike μ's and Aqours, the girls from Nijigasaki High School are not a group, but rather individual school idols who compete with each other; a popularity poll is held every month to determine their rank.

They will be featured in the new upcoming Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars along with μ's and Aqours and appear as SR rarity cards in Love Live! School Idol Festival.[29][34] Each of them also get a solo song that was released along with the group's song for the new game on November 21, 2018.[30]

The girls' sub-unit was decided by users vote. Instead of 3 sub-units consists of each 3 members like μ's and Aqours, the Nijigasaki girls were divided by group of duo, trio, and quartet. The sub-units decision along with its name were concluded on June 10, 2019. The results consist of: Karin-Ai (DiverDiva), Ayumu-Shizuku-Setsuna (A • ZU • NA), and Kasumi-Kanata-Emma-Rina (QU4RTZ, pronounced "Quartz").

Characters The girls from Nijigasaki High School. From left to right: Emma, Kanata, Karin, Kasumi, Ayumu, Shizuku, Ai, Setsuna, and Rina.
Ayumu Uehara (上原 歩夢, Uehara Ayumu)
Voiced by: Aguri Ōnishi[35]
Ayumu is a second year who became a school idol after her best friend introduced her. She is distinguishable from a hair bun with tiny braid around it and hairpins on her right side of her head. Ayumu likes to put effort on everything, especially as a school idol. Her image color is pink. She does her activities at Famitsu App website and is described as a "hard-working type school idol" (コツコツ系スクールアイドル, kotsukotsu-kei sukūru aidoru).
Kasumi Nakasu (中須 かすみ, Nakasu Kasumi)
Voiced by: Mayu Sagara[35]
Kasumi is a first year who refers herself as "Kasumin." She is distinguishable from her beige-colored semi short hair and a star-shaped hairpin. She wanted to become a school idol more than anyone and sometimes tries to be mischief to her rivals. She also likes to send hate mails to her rivals, although sometimes it naturally turned into a normal fan mail. Her image color is yellow. She does her activities at Dengeki Online website and is described as a "black-hearted type school idol" (腹黒系スクールアイドル, haraguro-kei sukūru aidoru).
Shizuku Ōsaka (桜坂 しずく, Ōsaka Shizuku)
Voiced by: Kaori Maeda[35]
An honorable first year student belongs to the theater club who was introduced to school idols by her admired senior. Shizuku is one of the original N-rarity girls introduced in School Idol Festival; she originally a Seiran High School student. She is distinguishable from her long brown hair and red ribbon. Her image color is aqua. She does her activities at School Idol Festival website and is described as a "junior type school idol" (後輩系スクールアイドル, kōhai-kei sukūru aidoru).
Karin Asaka (朝香 果林, Asaka Karin)
Voiced by: Miyu Kubota[35]
Karin is a third year student who aims to become a model and has confidence with her body. Her personality is a passionate and mature, but also have some pure side. She's good at coordinating clothes. Her image color is blue. She does her activities at Dengeki Online website and is described as a "sexy older sister type school idol" (セクシーお姉さん系スクールアイドル, sekushi onee-san-kei sukūru aidoru).
Karin is regarded as "2018 MVP" for ranked 1st place for 3 months consecutively; being only 2nd and 3rd in the other monthly polls.[36]
Ai Miyashita (宮下 愛, Miyashita Ai)
Voiced by: Natsumi Murakami[35]
An energetic second year often seen with her lollipop, Ai is an honor student despite her gyaru appearance. She loves to make puns using her given name ("Ai" means "Love" in Japanese) and refers herself as "Ai-san." Her image color is orange. She does her activities at Famitsu App website and is described as a "true gyaru type school idol" (ガチギャル系スクールアイドル, gachi gyaru-kei sukūru aidoru).
Kanata Konoe (近江 彼方, Konoe Kanata)
Voiced by: Akari Kitō[35]
A third year who always looks sleepy and unmotivated. She refers herself as "Kanata-chan." Kanata is one of the original N-rarity girls introduced in School Idol Festival; she is originally a Shinonome Institute student. She became a school idol to get a praise from her younger sister Haruka Konoe, another school idol introduced in the game. Her image color is purple. She does her activities at School Idol Festival website and is described as a "spoiled older sister-type school idol" (甘えん坊お姉さん系スクールアイドル, amaenbō oneesan-kei sukūru aidoru).
Setsuna Yūki (優木 せつ菜, Yūki Setsuna)
Voiced by: Tomori Kusunoki[35]
A second year who, for some reason, does not wear a school uniform nor nobody seems to have ever seen her at the school (there's even no illustration of her wearing a school uniform). She is an otaku who likes to sing anime songs. Her image color is red. She does her activities at Dengeki Online website and is described as a "??? type school idol" (????系スクールアイドル, ???-kei sukūru aidoru).
Setsuna is regarded as "2017 MVP" for ranked first 3 times out of the 6 monthly popularity polls held; being only second place in 3 other polls.[37]
Emma Verde (エマ・ヴェルデ, Ema Verude)
Voiced by: Maria Sashide[35]
A third year from Switzerland. Growing up there, she loves what nature brings, like mountains and forests. She is distinguishable from her twin braids, freckles on her face and her well endowed figure. Emma is one of the original N-rarity girls introduced in School Idol Festival and originally only named "Emma." She was a Y.G. International Academy student. Her image color is green. She does her activities at School Idol Festival website and is described as a "pure type school idol" (純粋系スクールアイドル, junsui-kei sukūru aidoru).
Rina Tennōji (天王寺 璃奈, Tennōji Rina)
Voiced by: Chiemi Tanaka[35]
A first year student who claims to have a very cute face, but is too shy to show it thus covering her face with the "Rina-chan board," a small whiteboard with a marker drawing on it of a facial expression. Her image color is gray. She does her activities at Famitsu App website and is described as a "face-hiding type school idol" (顔出しNG系スクールアイドル, kaodashi NG-kei sukūru aidoru).
Other media Discography

Songs released as part of campaign from the game franchise.

Artist Release date Title Note(s) μ's January 29, 2014 "Takaramonos/Paradise Live" (タカラモノズ/Paradise Live) October 28, 2015 "Heart to Heart!" Collaboration single with SIF Aqours November 23, 2016 "Jingle Bell ga Tomaranai" (ジングルベルがとまらない) Nijigasaki High School Idol Club November 21, 2018 "Tokimeki Runners" Opening theme for SIFAS and 1st album October 2, 2019 Love U My Friends Nijigasaki High School Idol Club 2nd album Aqours October 30, 2019 "Kokoro Magic A to Z" Collaboration single with SIFAS Print

Several books of the game's illustration cards and original story collection has been released since 2013.

No. Release
date Title Publisher ISBN 1 July 30, 2013 Love Live! School Idol Festival Official Guide Book (ラブライブ! スクールアイドルフェスティバル 公式ガイドブック) ASCII Media Works .mw-parser-output cite.citation{font-style:inherit}.mw-parser-output .citation q{quotes:"\"""\"""'""'"}.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-free a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/65/Lock-green.svg/9px-Lock-green.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-limited a,.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-registration a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Lock-gray-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-gray-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .citation .cs1-lock-subscription a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/aa/Lock-red-alt-2.svg/9px-Lock-red-alt-2.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration{color:#555}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription span,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration span{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}.mw-parser-output .cs1-ws-icon a{background:url("//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4c/Wikisource-logo.svg/12px-Wikisource-logo.svg.png")no-repeat;background-position:right .1em center}.mw-parser-output code.cs1-code{color:inherit;background:inherit;border:inherit;padding:inherit}.mw-parser-output .cs1-hidden-error{display:none;font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-visible-error{font-size:100%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-maint{display:none;color:#33aa33;margin-left:0.3em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-subscription,.mw-parser-output .cs1-registration,.mw-parser-output .cs1-format{font-size:95%}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-left,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-left{padding-left:0.2em}.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-right,.mw-parser-output .cs1-kern-wl-right{padding-right:0.2em}ISBN 978-4-04-891903-6 2 July 19, 2014 Love Live! School Idol Festival Official Illustration Book (ラブライブ! スクールアイドルフェスティバル official illustration book) ISBN 978-4-04-866727-2 3 Love Live! School Idol Festival Official Fan Book (ラブライブ! スクールアイドルフェスティバル official fan book) Enterbrain ISBN 978-4-04-729823-1 4 October 30, 2017 Love Live! School Idol Festival Aqours Official Illustration Book (ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル Aqours official illustration book) ASCII Media Works ISBN 978-4-04-893376-6 5 December 20, 2017 Love Live! School Idol Festival Aqours Official Story Book (ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバル Aqours official story book) ISBN 978-4-04-893508-1 Manga

A 4-koma manga was published and can be read via the game's application titled Ten Fes: Transfer Student Festival (てん☆ふぇす ~転入生フェスティバル~). The manga tells the stories around the N-rarity girls. It was published from September 30, 2016 every Friday and ended on 54th episode.[38]

After the announcement of "Perfect Dream Project," three 4-koma mangas are published respectively via Love Live! School Idol Festival All Stars , Dengeki Online, and Famitsu App official website as part of their school idol club activity. The first manga titled Sugoi Ten Fes (すごい てん☆ふぇす) is focused on the N rarity members who topped the popularity poll: Shizuku Ōsaka, Kanata Konoe, and Emma Verde.[39] Second 4-koma manga focused on Kasumi Nakasu, Karin Asaka, and Setsuna Yūki since July 4, 2017. The manga is drawn by Miyakohito.[40] Third 4-koma manga focused on Ayumu Uehara, Ai Miyashita, and Rina Tennōji also published since October 3, 2017. Choboraunyopomi drawn the manga.[41]

Reception

As of September 12, 2017[update], the game has reached over 40 million users worldwide (Japanese and Global server combined). This exclude multiple accounts on same devices.[42][29] In Japan, the game grossed more than ¥16.4 billion ($148.52 million) between 2017 and 2018, including more than ¥8.8 billion in 2017,[43] and ¥7.6 billion in 2018.[44]

Controversy

Fans of the English version of the Love Live! School Idol Festival game discovered that most of the homosexual subtext between the various girls depicted in the game were removed. In some instances, overt references to relationships between girls were changed to imply a relationship between a girl and a boy. KLab has since issued a statement on the controversy and later released an update on June 30, 2015 to made adjustments to the translated text to retain their original meanings.[45][46]

Notes
  1. ^ Stylized as Love Live! School idol festival; in Japanese: Rabu Raibu! Sukūru Aidoru Fesutibaru (ラブライブ! スクールアイドルフェスティバル)
  2. ^ μ's - pronounced "Muse"
    Aqours - pronounced as "Aqua"
  3. ^ Added as part of the game's 2018 April's Fools event[12]
  4. ^ 2 cards before Chika and Riko's first included event on June 2016
  5. ^ In Japanese: Rabu Raibu! Sukūru Aidoru Fesutibaru: After School Activity (ラブライブ! スクールアイドルフェスティバル ~after school ACTIVITY~)
  6. ^ Stylized as Love Live! School Idol Festival ALL STARS; In Japanese: Rabu Raibu! Sukūru Aidoru Fesutibaru All Stars (ラブライブ!スクールアイドルフェスティバルALL STARS)
  7. ^ Originally 2018; pushed back due to technical problems within the in-game CG dance system[27]
  8. ^ In Japanese: Nijigasaki Gakuen Sukūru Aidoru Dōkō-kai (虹ヶ咲学園スクールアイドル同好会)
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