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Shōjo Kageki Revue Starlight: Re LIVE (少女☆歌劇 レヴュースタァライト -Re LIVE- Shōjo Kageki Revue Starlight -Re LIVE-?), often abbreviated as Starira (スタリラ), is a smartphone game developed by Ateam Inc. and Bushiroad. It was initially released in Japan on October 22, 2018 for Android devices and October 28, 2018 for iOS devices. A global version of the game of released on April 22, 2019.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

An example of a Revue with 3 Korosus, featuring Junna Hoshimi, Karen Aijo, Ichie Otonashi, Shizuha Kocho and Fumi Yumeoji.

Revue Starlight: Re LIVE is a character-collecting role-playing game featuring 24 characters from 4 different acting schools, including the nine main characters from the anime. Players are tasked with building a team of up to five characters and using the team to win turn-based battle sequences (called Revues) and earn rewards.

Players battle against different enemies depending on the gameplay mode, which can include the game exclusive Korosu, other players, and more. At the start of the turn, the player may fill up to six attack slots with attacks members of the team. It is important to consider that stronger attacks will fill up a greater percentage of attack slots.

As Stage Girls take damage from enemies, their Brilliance gauge will increase. When the Brilliance gauge is at its maximum capacity, they will be able to perform their Climax Act, an attack that deals significantly more damage. If multiple Stage Girls perform their Climax Act within the same turn, they may perform an even stronger attack, referred to as a Finishing Act.

If all Stage Girls lose their HP or if the team fails to defeat all enemies within the turn limit, the player fails the Revue and does not earn rewards.

Stage[edit | edit source]

Story[edit | edit source]

Event[edit | edit source]

Hunt Stages[edit | edit source]

Twilight Theater[edit | edit source]

Challenge Revue[edit | edit source]

Awakening Stage[edit | edit source]

Score Attack Revue[edit | edit source]

VS Revue[edit | edit source]

Main article: Star Performance

An example of two players battling each other.

An example of a player banning opponent's Stage Girls.

In this style of play, also called Star Performance, players use their teams of Stage Girls to engage in real time turn based battles against each other and raise up in player rankings each season.

The player can build a custom team which consists of 10 Stage Girls without any Costs. After that, before beginning the battle, each player can ban opponent's 2 Stage Girls.

The X2 speed button is disabled in this style.

Stage of Dreams[edit | edit source]

This type of Revue tasks players with battling enemies across 100 levels using two different teams. Advancing levels unlocks rewards, including an exclusive four-star memoir. Stage Girl and enemy HP do not reset after each battle, and players must wait 24 hours before resetting again.

Story[edit | edit source]

Main Story[edit | edit source]

This game features a new story that takes place after the events of the TV anime, in which the girls are thrust back into the world of the Revue auditions by a mysterious woman who tasks them with battling mysterious figures called Korosu.

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School Stories[edit | edit source]

There are four different side stories for each of the schools. These are unlocked by completing portions of the main story.

Event Stories[edit | edit source]

With every Event, there is a story to accompany it. Each story is composed of six parts.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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