Idol Manager is a business simulation game that’s never been seen before. As the title of the game suggests, you manage a talent, helping the artist to become a talent. Although this might seem very limited, you make lots of decisions that can alter the future of the artist. You can even push the limits and make the artist represent Japan (developers are Japanese) and go global.
Because a simulation game like this can get quite boring, there are multiple endings, and these endings depend a lot on how you build your relationship with your mentor and your rival. It’s a fun game that can take long or not, based on the decisions you make. What you’ll find in the game that will benefit you and go against you are gossiping magazines, fans, rival groups, and of course, haters.
Playing Idol Manager Free
Idol Manager is priced at $19.99 for players based in the United States. If you’re looking for a free way to play the game, know that you can’t as it’s not a free to play title. You have to pay to play, and this includes the mods that other people created. To be able to play Idol Manager mods that feature different things other than what’s included in the original game, you must purchase the game first.
The $19.99 price might sound a bit off at first but know that the content of the game is very full, and there is no doubt that you’ll go back to playing more and more after ending the game. The ability to end the game with multiple endings is great, but it’s so much more fun once you master everything. You’ll be able to make decisions that will after the ending knowingly, and this alone can make you feel the master of the game.