May 222015
 

The live stream “Hatsune Miku Time 8” today has covered on several interesting topics, with the main event as the final selection of 2016 Snow Miku and her rabbit partner Yukine. We’ve participated in the stream and captured several announcements, including screenshots of each.

First to announce is the reveal of 2015 Magical Mirai second visual by hoshima. Staffs have also teased a minute-long preview of the official 2015 Magical Mirai theme song “Hand in Hand” by kz during the program.

Following up next is the announcement of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai compilation CD+Blu-ray. The set comes with Nendoroid Mikudayo and exclusive accessories, but unfortunately limits shipping within Japan only. Also announced are the Hatsune Miku animal charm straps with further details to arrive at a later date.

Goodsmile Racing took a step in the live stream revealing 2015 Racing Miku Thailand ver visual, in promotion of their next race in Thailand on June 21st. As a friendly reminder, Figma sponsorship courses are still opened up to June 10th.

The final voting of 2016 Snow Miku and Yukine concludes with Owly Owl Snow Miku 2016 and Flying Yukine both by Kotatsu Odoki as winners by 35.5% and 54.5% of the votes, respectively. A tweet from @GSC_GUMA has confirmed Nendoroid and Figma production for 2016 Snow Miku and Yukine.

As an additional note, Kotatsu Odoki was also one of the finalists in 2012 Snow Miku design contest. You can view the submitted design here.




May 192015
 
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Project Mirai DX, the unique 3D rhythm game developed specifically for the Nintendo 3DS™ system, will now launch on Sept. 8, in North America and Sept. 11 in Europe from SEGA® of America, Inc. and SEGA® Europe, Ltd. respectively. The game will be available in stores and digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS for the originally announced price of $39.99USD or $49.99CAD in North America.

In North America, SEGA will offer a special physical Launch Edition at retailers nationwide. This launch edition of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX will include the game, premium outer box packaging, and a wallet chain designed after Hatsune Miku’s iconic belt – a simple and stylish way for fans to represent their love for Miku. All copies of the game will include 19 double-sided augmented reality (AR) cards that show off additional dance moves and costumes.

In collaboration with Good Smile Company, a popular Japanese figure company, Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX features Miku and all of her friends in their Nendoroid figure style.  The game features 48 full-length versions of fan-favorite songs players can challenge themselves with by trying to match the rhythm in “Tap Mode” and “Button Mode,” each with multiple difficulty levels, which can be further augmented with challenge and support items.

But the rhythm game is just one facet of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX – players can also customize a virtual apartment for their favorite Miku character with decorations, seasonal items, and more. The Mirai Theater has replay functions so players can watch their favorite videos and add scrolling commentary. Choreograph entirely new routines by making new moves in the Dance Studio, and compose brand new song phrases in My Tune. This info can all be shared on customizable Profile Cards, which can be shared via StreetPass™ and kept current via SpotPass™.

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May 192015
 
HMDXLaunchProduct5sm_1432051742

Project Mirai DX, the unique 3D rhythm game developed specifically for the Nintendo 3DS™ system, will now launch on Sept. 8, in North America and Sept. 11 in Europe from SEGA® of America, Inc. and SEGA® Europe, Ltd. respectively. The game will be available in stores and digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS for the originally announced price of $39.99USD or $49.99CAD in North America.

In North America, SEGA will offer a special physical Launch Edition at retailers nationwide. This launch edition of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX will include the game, premium outer box packaging, and a wallet chain designed after Hatsune Miku’s iconic belt – a simple and stylish way for fans to represent their love for Miku. All copies of the game will include 19 double-sided augmented reality (AR) cards that show off additional dance moves and costumes.

In collaboration with Good Smile Company, a popular Japanese figure company, Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX features Miku and all of her friends in their Nendoroid figure style.  The game features 48 full-length versions of fan-favorite songs players can challenge themselves with by trying to match the rhythm in “Tap Mode” and “Button Mode,” each with multiple difficulty levels, which can be further augmented with challenge and support items.

But the rhythm game is just one facet of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX – players can also customize a virtual apartment for their favorite Miku character with decorations, seasonal items, and more. The Mirai Theater has replay functions so players can watch their favorite videos and add scrolling commentary. Choreograph entirely new routines by making new moves in the Dance Studio, and compose brand new song phrases in My Tune. This info can all be shared on customizable Profile Cards, which can be shared via StreetPass™ and kept current via SpotPass™.

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May 122015
 


“P-Style CD” DLC Module for Hatsune Miku

Today, SEGA has released the last DLC update for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd (Western Version). The new rhythm game songs available today are Electric Angel by Yasuo, and Though My Song Has No Form by doriko. For modules, there’s “Tyrol” designed by nezuki, “Angel” designed by Tomio, and “P-Style CD”, a gold-themed costume, for Hatsune Miku.

Not including day-one downloadable content, SEGA has released 51 Costume Modules, 16 Rhythm Game Songs, and 25 Custom UI Skins for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd, making it the most robust downloadable content catalogue in SEGA’s history.

All content is cross-buy enabled, meaning that content purchased on either platform functions on both the PS3 and PS Vita, and can be purchased individually on PlayStation Network. For fans who want to own every piece of content, SEGA offers the Costume Club and Song Club, both of which offer more than 25% savings, available on the PlayStation Network.




May 122015
 


“P-Style CD” DLC Module for Hatsune Miku

Today, SEGA has released the last DLC update for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd (Western Version). The new rhythm game songs available today are Electric Angel by Yasuo, and Though My Song Has No Form by doriko. For modules, there’s “Tyrol” designed by nezuki, “Angel” designed by Tomio, and “P-Style CD”, a gold-themed costume, for Hatsune Miku.

Not including day-one downloadable content, SEGA has released 51 Costume Modules, 16 Rhythm Game Songs, and 25 Custom UI Skins for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd, making it the most robust downloadable content catalogue in SEGA’s history.

All content is cross-buy enabled, meaning that content purchased on either platform functions on both the PS3 and PS Vita, and can be purchased individually on PlayStation Network. For fans who want to own every piece of content, SEGA offers the Costume Club and Song Club, both of which offer more than 25% savings, available on the PlayStation Network.