So, you wanted THE iDOLMASTER in another Nintendo game since THE iDOLMASTER Dearly Stars released in 2009 for the Nintendo DS. You wanted THE iDOLMASTER to be in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U like I did, but the series never made it to the famous fighting franchise because it was one of those franchises that is sadly unlikely to be in the game, no matter how popular it is in Japan.
So, the question is: Now what? With those hopes and dreams now a thing of the past, I'm afraid I have only one solution for THE iDOLMASTER to finally hit North America again and appear in another Nintendo game.
For the first time ever in 10 years of THE iDOLMASTER's history, you can put THE iDOLMASTER in Super Mario Maker, available in North America, Europe, and Japan, and other regions coming soon! Now THE iDOLMASTER will be able to finally to go international!
But how can you do that, you might be asking yourself? Well, it's simple.
All you need are iMAS-themed musical courses with Music Blocks! To get Music Blocks, you need to first shake Note Blocks on the Wii U GamePad's touch screen, and they'll transform into Music Blocks. When something bumps one, the Music Block will play a note based on the height of that block. You can also discover way to arrange songs! And you know what that means? YOU CAN NOW OFFICIALLY COMPOSE iDOLMASTER SONGS IN, FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, A SUPER MARIO GAME!!!! YATTA!!!
Now Mario will be able to experience the musical experience of Bandai Namco's iDOLMASTER series with a bunch of songs like these 10 songs for example:
Here We Go!!
Futari no Kioku
GO MY WAY!!
Wanna see the entire song list? See here! I recommend using the In-Game song list.www.project-imas.com/wiki/Offi…
With those iMAS-themed musical courses in Super Mario Maker you got in mind,
the Super Mario x THE iDOLMASTER crossover can officially come true!
If you wanna make an iMAS-inspired course without Music Blocks, that's up for YOU to decide.
Will you be doing this? Anyone can make it, everyone can play it!
Watch the overview video of Super Mario Maker for more details!www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9W_y8…
(Warning: You won't get Note Blocks when you start up Super Mario Maker. To skip the 9-day restriction, mess around in the level editor for at least 5 minutes, then go up a day using the Date & Time settings on the Wii U System Settings, and then, you'll get the icons you were supposed to wait for on that day. Somewhere down the line, as you continue to set the days up one by one, you'll get the Note Blocks.)
9/10/2015 Update: Nintendo removed the 9-day limit for Super Mario Maker in Version 1.0.1! WONDERFUL!!!!
Credit goes to KoopshiKingGeoshi
for turning the Music Blocks from Super Mario Maker into a sprite!