Jun 072019
 

Hatsune Miku VR, a VR music game for PC, is now also available on the Oculus Store! The game was previously available only on the Steam platform, so this release makes the game more widely accessible. The game is compatible with HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Rift S platforms.

Additionally, a new song pack DLC has been released for the Steam version of the game (included with the newly released Oculus version). This pack has 5 new songs to enjoy:

> All I Need are Things I like (MUSIC: pinocchiop)
> Loneliness And Real (MUSIC: PIPPO)
> Kimagure Mercy (MUSIC: Hachiouji P)
> 2dimension dream fever (MUSIC: PolyphonicBranch)
> METEOR (MUSIC: DIVELA)

To celebrate the release, the game is currently on 20% discount, dropping the bundle price to $39 on Steam, and $36 on the Oculus Store. This includes the base game, and the two song packs for a total of 19 songs. Check them out on the stores below! The publisher Degica Games is also hosting prize giveaways on Twitter.

Oculus Store: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/1731587616863812/
Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/707300/Hatsune_Miku_VR___VR/

Hatsune Miku VR Official Page: http://promo.degicagames.com/vr/

Jun 012019
 

To celebrate the release of the Hatsune Miku collaboration update, the mobile rhythm game Cytus II is now available for free for a limited time! You have until June 6th, 2019 to download the game for free (usually $1.99). It’s available for download on both iOS and Android app stores.

The game update introduces to the story Hatsune Miku, who’s grown popular in Node 3, and has gained millions of fans worldwide. 14 popular Hatsune Miku songs are also included in this update!

There is a small caveat, however. While the game is free, the package including the Hatsune Miku songs is a $9 DLC. So take advantage of this update to try out the game for free, and see if you like it enough to see if the $9 is worth it!

“Cytus II” is a music rhythm game created by Rayark Games. It’s their fourth rhythm game title, following the footsteps of three global successes, “Cytus”, “DEEMO” and “VOEZ”. This sequel to “Cytus” brings back the original staff and is a product of hardwork and devotion.

In the future, humans have redefined internet development and connections. We can now easily sync the real world with the internet world, changing life as we have known for thousands of years.”

-= Download Links =-
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rayark.cytus2
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/app/cytus2/id1290687550

Cytus II Website: https://www.rayark.com/g/cytus2/

May 192019
 

DIVALLER Controller Sample Image

Leave it to a smaller, independent controller creator to make what might be one of the better looking controllers out there for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva games. Hong Kong based 3rd party controller maker GAMO2 appears to have done just that with their teaser of the “DIVALLER” USB controller for PS3, PS4 and PC platforms.

The controller button layout, as well as the inclusion of an actual arcade-style slide bar, might make for one of the most genuine arcade-like gameplay experiences for Project Diva players at home. Here’s to hoping this controller will function as well as it looks!

Being 3rd party, this controller is unofficial and purposely avoids any direct references to Hatsune Miku, minus the hairband and twin-tail decoration on the controller face. But Hatsune Miku fans will know quite well what this is for, and that means the design nailed it.

The controller is expected to be released around 4th quarter of 2019 for a currently unspecified amount, according to GAMO2 on Twitter. The design may also not be finalized yet, so be sure to watch for updates.

May 012019
 

The trailer for the Hatsune Miku x Cytus II collaboration is finally here. The Cytus II v.2.3.9 will be adding in a new Hatsune Miku song pack complemented with a unique story to enjoy. The song pack includes “BREAK IT” by Yunosuke, Miku Expo 2018 Europe’s theme song “Music Like Magic!” by OSTER Project, and more to follow at later date.

Cytus II is a music rhythm game developed by Rayark Games (iOS/Android). It’s the fourth rhythm game title from Rayark Games following the releases of Cytus (its prequel), DEEMO, and VOEZ.

Early access of the demo will be held at Miku Expo 2019 Taiwan on May 11th~12th.

Cytus Official Site: https://www.rayark.com/g/cytus/

Hatsune Miku x Cytus II collaboration will be starting soon!! Rayark will be holding game trial booth in #MIKUEXPO2019 Taiwan Exhibition! Stay tuned for Exhibition ticket sale!

Posted by Hatsune Miku on Thursday, April 11, 2019

Mar 222019
 

SEGA’s Japanese Project Diva team has announced that Extra Data (DLC) for the Snow Miku 2018 and 2019 modules for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone, and their respective PS4 themes, are now available for download!

There’s three different modules included in the DLC: Snow Miku 2019 (design by – L F -), and Snow Miku 2018 in hooded and non-hooded versions (design by Taichadon).

PS4 home screen themes are also included in this DLC! Check out the previews below.

The DLC is available starting today for the Japanese and U.S. versions of Project Diva Future Tone for 900 Yen/$6.99 USD (U.K. & EU region release pending). SEGA also announced plans to release these modules in Project Diva Arcade at a later date, and said to stay tuned for further update info.

Via SEGA’s Blog and Twitter