Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Gameplay Screenshots and Information from TGS

Filed under: Hatsune Miku,Merchandise,Miku News,Videogames — Written by jrharbort on Thursday, September 18th, 2014 @ 3:00 pm

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX
 
Following the announcements of Hatsune Miku Project Mirai Deluxe by SEGA at the Tokyo Game Show, the official game title for both the Western and Japanese versions is now called “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX”, a game exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.

The game is being created as an improved version of the previous Project Mirai 2. The two major notable improvements compared to the previous version is the development of 3DPVs for ALL of the game’s music stages (some songs in Project Mirai 2 had 2D animated videos), as well as all new modules to accompany the new stages.

Three songs revealed so far that have received the remake treatment are Melancholic by Junky, Matryoshka by Hachi, and Kimi no Taion by KuwagataP.

Below are official screenshots from the TGS press release thanks to SEGA, and a few extras from Famitsu. As a reminder, the title is scheduled for a Spring 2015 release in Japan, and sometime in 2015 for Western countries.

And a bonus photo of Mikudayo and Nano-san together at TGS.

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Gameplay Screenshots and Information from TGS

Filed under: Hatsune Miku,Merchandise,Miku News,Videogames — Written by jrharbort on Thursday, September 18th, 2014 @ 3:00 pm

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX
 
Following the announcements of Hatsune Miku Project Mirai Deluxe by SEGA at the Tokyo Game Show, the official game title for both the Western and Japanese versions is now called “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX”, a game exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.

The game is being created as an improved version of the previous Project Mirai 2. The two major notable improvements compared to the previous version is the development of 3DPVs for ALL of the game’s music stages (some songs in Project Mirai 2 had 2D animated videos), as well as all new modules to accompany the new stages.

Three songs revealed so far that have received the remake treatment are Melancholic by Junky, Matryoshka by Hachi, and Kimi no Taion by KuwagataP.

Below are official screenshots from the TGS press release thanks to SEGA, and a few extras from Famitsu. As a reminder, the title is scheduled for a Spring 2015 release in Japan, and sometime in 2015 for Western countries.

And a bonus photo of Mikudayo and Nano-san together at TGS.

SEGA Reveals Hatsune Miku Project Mirai Remix Details Via Project Mirai Deluxe Announcement

Filed under: Hatsune Miku,Merchandise,Miku News,Videogames — Written by jrharbort on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 @ 11:19 am


 
Today is a day where fans anticipating the release of Project Mirai Remix for the West are finally getting some information about the game, although not from the source we expected. Despite being announced over 2 months earlier in the West, the details for “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix” for the Nintendo 3DS were first released by SEGA of Japan yesterday, via an announcement for the Japanese version of the game titled “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Deluxe”. They are essentially the same game with two different titles.

While we wait for an official press release from SEGA of America, here’s what we do know about both games: All new 3D promotional and opening videos are being created for the new title, with the opening theme being composed by PinocchioP. The game will be exhibited at the Tokyo Game Show event that takes place between September 18th~21st JST. More details about the game itself are expected to be released in the October 2nd & 9th combo issue of Kadokawa’s Famitsu magazine releasing on Thursday.

The release date of Project Mirai Deluxe is announced for Spring 2015, while Project Mirai Remix is is still dated for an unknown period in 2015.

Lastly, SEGA is also due to announce an all new SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project game title at the Tokyo Game Show later this week. It is a new working title, unrelated to the news of Project Mirai Remix/Deluxe.

EDIT: It seems there was misinformation and confusion caused by lack of updated description info by both SEGA and Nicovideo. There is no additional game project, and Project Mirai Deluxe is indeed the all new project title.

The only teaser screenshot of Project Mirai Remix/Deluxe so far, via Famitsu.

SEGA Reveals Hatsune Miku Project Mirai Remix Details Via Project Mirai Deluxe Announcement

Filed under: Hatsune Miku,Merchandise,Miku News,Videogames — Written by jrharbort on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 @ 11:19 am


 
Today is a day where fans anticipating the release of Project Mirai Remix for the West are finally getting some information about the game, although not from the source we expected. Despite being announced over 2 months earlier in the West, the details for “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix” for the Nintendo 3DS were first released by SEGA of Japan yesterday, via an announcement for the Japanese version of the game titled “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Deluxe”. They are essentially the same game with two different titles.

While we wait for an official press release from SEGA of America, here’s what we do know about both games: All new 3D promotional and opening videos are being created for the new title, with the opening theme being composed by PinocchioP. The game will be exhibited at the Tokyo Game Show event that takes place between September 18th~21st JST. More details about the game itself are expected to be released in the October 2nd & 9th combo issue of Kadokawa’s Famitsu magazine releasing on Thursday.

The release date of Project Mirai Deluxe is announced for Spring 2015, while Project Mirai Remix is is still dated for an unknown period in 2015.

Lastly, SEGA is also due to announce an all new SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project game title at the Tokyo Game Show later this week. It is a new working title, unrelated to the news of Project Mirai Remix/Deluxe.

EDIT: It seems there was misinformation and confusion caused by lack of updated description info by both SEGA and Nicovideo. There is no additional game project, and Project Mirai Deluxe is indeed the all new project title.

The only teaser screenshot of Project Mirai Remix/Deluxe so far, via Famitsu.

Hatsune Miku AhR Arrives on Android for Georgia Coffee x Hatsune Miku Campaign, Free Album Released

Filed under: Events,Hatsune Miku,Miku News,Music,Software — Written by jrharbort on Monday, September 15th, 2014 @ 1:06 pm


Georgia × Hatsune Miku promotional illustration by Oguchi

The remaining features on the Georgia feat. Hatsune Miku collaboration site have gone live, revealing the last unknown details of the event. As well as some surprises. If you missed the previous news post, read here>>.

The first update is regarding the final details for the AR application. Surprisingly, instead of creating their own application, Georgia Coffee has partnered with Crypton Future Media to feature the Georgia Coffee ver. Koron Miku model, along with motion data and other accessories, inside the Hatsune Miku AhR application. This also marks the first release of the application on Android! It requires Android 4.1 or newer and compatible hardware, so some devices may be read as “incompatible”, unfortunately. Learn more about Miku AhR here>>.

> Download Hatsune Miku AhR for Android
> Download Hatsune Miku AhR for iOS


 
The AR performance for the Koron Miku model features the song “Heart A La Mode” by Deco*27, with an outfit design by iXima, and motion by Yumiko. To permanently unlock Georgia Miku accessories (motion data, model shelves, etc), you need to input the serial code from the pop topper of a can of Georgia Emerald Mountain Shifuku no Bitou, as described in our previous news article. Each code can only be used once.

However, you can enjoy the AR mode and download the model itself freely by launching the Miku AhR app, then going to the info tab and pressing the pink “AR Live” button. After pointing your device’s camera at the AR marker below, the model should now be unlocked! You will still need a serial code to unlock the proper accompanying motion/music data, but the model itself is now freely usable.

Koron Miku AR Marker

The details of the “Limited Hatsune Miku Picture Record” have also been released. It is a vinyl record featuring art of Hatsune Miku, illustrated by Oguchi, printed to the record itself. The record contains 2 tracks on each side, and is also bundled with a CD that contains 6 tracks. As a reminder, only 1,000 of these will be awarded to people who submit three unqiue serial codes to the Georgia Miku site.


 

Picture Record Song List

A1. Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku / DECO*27
A2. Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku Instrumental / DECO*27
B1. Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku Delightful Remix / UtataP
B2. Heart A La Mode feat.初音ミク Vocal / DECO*27

CD Song List

1. Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku / DECO*27
2. 珈琲屋であいましょう feat. Hatsune Miku / PowapowaP
3. 琥珀色の秘密 feat. Hatsune Miku / effe
4. Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku Delightful Remix / UtataP
5. Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku Instrumental / DECO*27
6. Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku Vocal / DECO*27

Free Digital Album

Lastly, Georgia has released a free digital album titled “Bitter Little Sweetie”. The album contains 4 tracks by 4 different producers. The download also contains a PDF with various illustrations of Hatsune Miku by 16 different artists. Preview the album below, and grab the free download from the official site.

『Bitter Little Sweetie』 Tracklist

1.
Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku / DECO*27
2.
珈琲屋であいましょう feat. Hatsune Miku / PowapowaP
3.
琥珀色の秘密 feat. Hatsune Miku / effe
4.
Heart A La Mode feat. Hatsune Miku Delightful Remix / UtataP

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