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The news that IdolMaster 2 has dumped Ritsuko, Iori, Azusa and Ami as playable characters whilst adding a trio of sexy male idols has provoked a storm amongst the franchise’s notoriously creepy fans, with every tactic from an Internet hate campaign to a formal petition coming into play.

The first port of call for any irate otaku seeking to cause commercial chaos is Amazon.co.jp – almost 100 1-star reviews and scores of irreverent Photoshops soon flooded the site:

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Some particularly desperate (or possibly desperately optimistic) fans have started a formal petition entreating the developers to both restore the restructurated quartet and re-add multiplayer:

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Another creepy otaku took a rather more direct approach to venting his frustrations – fortunately NEET-grade Japanese housing is only made of cardboard and paper, so he is unlikely to have injured himself:

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