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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.

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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

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After some teasing and much hype, SEGA of America has finally announced the Western release for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X for the PlayStation Vita, and even the upcoming PlayStation 4 version! Both versions are due for their Western release in Fall 2016, likely around the time of Japan’s Diva X launch for PS4. The game’s story mode screen appears to have had its name changed to “Cloud Screen” for its Western release (“Live Quest” in the Japanese version), so keep this change in mind when reading the summary below.

According to the English summary, the game’s narrative centers on Miku and her friends undertaking various requests as they explore the five Clouds that make up their world. For the Miku veterans, Project DIVA X has 30 songs and 300 modules (costumes) that get dropped. Available exclusively on the PS4 and PS Vita, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X will release in physical and digital formats this Fall. The official Project DIVA X website is now live at http://miku.sega.com/divax.

In Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X, the world is comprised of five unique Clouds, each with its own aura – Classic, Cool, Cute, Elegant, and Quirky. As Miku and her friends progress, the auras of the songs they perform and even the modules they choose will have a profound effect on fulfilling challenge conditions for players to test themselves with. There’s also the newly added Concert Editor, which lets players create their own mini-concerts from the songs, modules and accessories they collect. As players take on Requests and explore Clouds with Miku and her friends, they begin to forge relationships, and ultimately, will reveal the secret of the eponymous “X.”

The game will be available in the Americas in Fall 2016 for the PS4 and PS Vita in both physical and digital formats. News of a European release is still pending. Check out the official trailer and photo gallery below! Screenshots are from the PS Vita version.