20 Games Like The Idolmaster: Gravure for You! Vol. 1(TBA)
Aura Kingdom takes place in an anime-styled vast world rendered with detailed graphics. The game consists of primarily open world with instances that can either be partaken as solo or in a party. Players can choose between a variety of classes, with ten classes released and an upcoming one, as of May 2014. The players can freely customize their character or avatar with many choices of hair styles and faces and much more. It is then proceeded with the choice of four Eidolons, who will accompany the player throughout the game, while also giving the ability to earn other Eidolons.
Within the game, the player can interact with many non-player characters and enter combat mode with monsters outside of the hub world. The combat system is primarily the player using a wide variety of skills corresponding with the class against the monsters, who also have their own set of skills. The majority of the game is to simply attack and defeat the monsters along the way while partaking quests. The combat system is unique in a way that, although the player has to click on a monster to engage in combat, the player also has the ability to move to dodge and use their skills in a variety of ways. With an accompanying Eidolon, the player's Eidolon can also fight alongside their character, and also use a combination attack. The combat system is not merely a "click-and-watch" combat. Outside of the combat system, the player can also engage in several different tasks, such as fishing, crafting, and many more.
While the game is situated in a free-to-play environment, the game also allows the players to purchase Aeria Points, or for short AP, that allows the players to use that monetary value for special in-game items found in the Item Mall. Otherwise, the game uses the gold and silver tactic, which can be acquired a number of ways. The game also allows the use of trade, a self-installed stall in Navea, and the Auction House. Players can also use the mailing system to mail other players using the cash-on-delivery system.
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THE iDOLM@STER Gravure For You! is a sub-series of games in the THE iDOLM@STER series of games. In the games, the player can take pictures of idols wearing different outfits while posed. The original release of the game totaled 9 individual volumes released in bundles with episodes of THE iDOLM@STER anime, containing the idols from 765 Production and guest idols from 876 Production. Another set of nine volumes in currently being released for characters from the Cinderella Girls anime.
Elsword is a Free to Play, 2.5D action MMORPG developed by the South Korean company KOG Studios. It features real-time action gameplay and includes both player vs. environment and player vs. player modes. There are several playable characters within the game, each with unique backstories and distinct abilities.
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Get your pulse racing with a game of strip poker against a selection of six lovely manga style women. Choose the classic Texas Hold'em Poker to be thrilled as the bets increase, or try the Black Jack game mixing chance and strategy. Discover the girls' personality: they'll bluff you! Enter the photo gallery to see and see again the pictures you have unlocked by playing and winning. If you’re good enough, Emi, Sakura and their seductive girlfriends will bet their clothes to stay in the game!
Sengoku Rance (also known as "Rance 7") is the tenth release of the Rance series launched by Alicesoft. The story takes place during the 4th sengoku (warring states) era of JAPAN, an area of the Rance World which parodies medieval real-world Japan.
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A legend exists among the fighters and martial artists of this world, of a mysterious scarab badge that only the most elite warriors will earn. This badge, sent out by the mysterious Merkuar, is in fact an invitation to a dangerous tournament held in England, where the contestants fight for money, power, and glory. Now, a poor young fighter from Hong Kong named Rickey Leon has just received one of these badges.
The only release in the franchise to be devoted to a single artist. It has 18 songs from the J-pop band Dreams Come True making it the second game to launch a music game about the same music group, after Dancing Stage featuring DREAMS COME TRUE. Apparently didn't prove too successful as the formula was never repeated.