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On December 13th, Sony held its annual Sony PlayStation Awards event to honor game titles that played a major role in Sony’s game consoles for the year. These include top sellers, best indie games, fan favorites, and titles that contributed to the new PlayStation VR platform.

“Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live 1st Stage” was one of 5 game titles recognized by Sony for being one of the most revolutionary and attractive titles on the PlayStation VR in 2016. Congratulations to SEGA for creating such a recognized PS VR title! A special badge honoring the award can now be seen on the Japanese VR Future Live website: http://miku.sega.jp/VR/

PlayStation VR Special Award winners for 2016:

  • Northern Lights
  • PlayStation VR Worlds
  • Rez Infinite
  • Summer Lesson
  • Hatsune Miku VR Future Live

Watch below at 1:32:43!

Source: Otakumu, Kotaku, 4gamer

Nov 192016
 

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Today’s the day for the big reveal of next year’s Snow Miku street car! Twitter is already flooding with images from excited fans and visitors wanting a sneak peek, and we even have photos from Good Smile Company of the new Figma and Nendoroid, also on display inside the streetcar! The streetcar will begin its operation tomorrow (November 21st), and run until March 26th.

Now we also know that a Snow Miku 2017 module will be added to Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Arcade (and likely the PlayStation 4 version as DLC). Snow Mikudayo was also present to give her blessings for the snowcar introduction. Below is a gallery provided by a friend (thank you again!).

Nov 152016
 

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Prepare for the biggest Hatsune Miku game ever released: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone will be arriving in the West on January 10th, 2017! It will be available for download for the PlayStation 4 in the Americas and Europe on the same day, and comes with over 200 songs and 300 modules when you combine the two halves of the game.

What is Future Tone? It’s the largest Hatsune Miku game yet, with 200+ songs and 300+ costumes for Miku and her digital friends to play around with. Plus, it’s the arcade incarnation of the Hatsune Miku games, meaning there’s a slightly different control scheme. It’s more of the same great Miku action across five difficulty levels (If you’ve been nailing songs from Project DIVA X on EXTREME, just wait until you load up EXTRA EXTREME in Future Tone.)

Future Tone is a collection of two song packages each priced at $29.99: ‘Future Sound,’ a collection of songs centered around the Project DIVA games and ‘Colorful Tone’ which collects songs related to the Project Mirai games and arcade songs. For those who can’t get enough of the digital singer, there’s a special discount price of $53.99 for those who purchase the bundle containing both packages. European prices will be commensurate to the US Dollar pricing.

Nov 102016
 

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Have you been enjoying the first stage release of Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live on PlayStation VR? Then today’s news of the 2nd stage release should get you excited for more! The 2nd stage is priced at $14.99 on the PlayStation Network, and contains the following songs:

  • shake it! – by emon
  • Quirky Medley – Giga-Remix – by Giga-P/Reol, Mikito P
  • Hello, Worker – by KEI
  • Cat Food – by doriko
  • Tell Your World – by livetune
  • Time Machine – by 1640mP
  • Special encore performance of LOL -lots of laugh- by mikumix

The 3rd and final stage will be released this December! If you haven’t tried the first stage yet, you may consider the season pass, granting access to all 3 stages for $39.99. Or if you just wanna try it out, there’s also a free demo available on the PSN. Check he official launch trailer below if you missed it!

Nov 032016
 

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It looks like dreams do come true: If a leak through Germany’s game rating regulation system is to be believed, then it looks like SEGA will be bringing Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone on the PlayStation 4 to the West! SEGA hasn’t yet officially announced anything, but having the game rated in a Western country makes it safe to say it’s bound to happen.

The PlayStation 4 port of Future Tone was originally released in Japan on June 23rd, and is split into two separate parts titled “Future Sound” and “Colorful Tone”, which combine for a total of 220 songs and 340 modules (not counting later-released DLC). Read more about Future Tone here.

Below is the official launch trailer for the Japanese release. Keep your fingers crossed for an announcement from SEGA soon!

Official Future Tone website: http://miku.sega.jp/FT/

Via Gematsu and Neogaf