Upcoming rhythm game Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix (working title) will be released on 3DS in America next year, according to a post on the Sega of America blog.
The game is an “enhanced version” of the 2013 title, Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2, which never left Japan. This game will be the first title in the Project Mirai series to appear outside Japan, and also the first Hatsune Miku title to be localized on a Nintendo platform.
Project Mirai Remix will feature two different play styles; one that uses the touchscreen and one that uses the buttons. The game will offer several customization options, such as changing the button icons and sounds as well as the ability to change costumes worn by the characters. The game will take advantage of the 3DS’s StreetPass and AR Camera features.
The game is set for a 2015 release, but there is no word on price or whether it will have a physical release or be digital only.
Awesome! I was a big fan of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F and am looking forward to Project Diva F 2nd, so it’s great to hear that this spinoff series will be making its way westward as well. This is excellent news for fans of both Miku and rhythm games alike.
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