Thanks to a bit of a news leak ahead of Sega’s official accouncement, details regarding the game’s final title, price, and launch date finally have some light.
We can finally do away with the announcement title of “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai”. Now it’s called “Hatsune Miku and Future Stars Project Mirai”.
The launch date is supposedly set for March 8th with a launch price of ¥6,090 for the normal release, and ¥7,140 for the limited edition including a Nendoroid Puchi figurine (smaller than a normal Nendoroid) as well as a plastic fan. Image is available here. The higher game cost over the titles on PSP is likely due to the production cost of the game cartridge versus optical media.
Remember that 3DS titles are region locked, and the game can only be played on a Japanese 3DS. So if you plan on playing the game, you’ll have to have an imported 3DS as well.
Details on the game itself is still sketchy, so we’ll need to wait for the official announcement from Sega later this week. Here’s the game trailer once again that was revealed after the Nintendo press conference in September. Info found via andrasang.com.
Trivia: Did you know that Miku and Mirai both mean “Future” in Japanese?[youtube:www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsUwnJk7CKM]