Are you a fan of those amazing vocaloids? Well we have good news then! SEGA of America and SEGA Europe have both announced that Hastune Miku: Project Mirai DX will be landing on the Nintendo 3DS Handhelds both in digital and physical formats. The game will feature both 3D and 2D rhythm action starting on May 26th in North America, May 28th in Japan and Korea, and May 29th for Europe. SEGA has also stated that they will be bringing forth the unique style that Good Smile Company is well known for in Japan in order to give Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX to the Nintendo 3DS while giving the game a unique Nendoroid figure look.
SEGA has also stated that more release information about retailer preorder programs will be given at a later date, which leaves preorder bonuses at this time a unique feel when releasing. The game will feature forty-eight full length versions of some fan-favorite games, and will also allow players to enjoy some of the games classic and fan-favorite songs with multiple game modes and play styles. Fans will be able to choose between “Touch Mode” and “Button Mode”, which means fans will be able to choose from multiple levels of difficulty and rather large array of customization options. The difficulty, like in other titles, can be changed via choosing a difficulty. Fans will also get to use support items, changing timing indicators and target icons, but fans will also be able to swap out vocals for certain songs, which is something fans have wanted for some time.
That’s not all though; SEGA has also included the capability to watch their favorite videos and add scrolling commentary through the games ‘Mirai Theater’, while creating a unique dance routines in the Dance Studio. Fans will also be able to compose their own song phrases in the ‘My Tune’. Something that hasn’t been seen before in the games series. Players will also be able to enjoy a unique experiencing customizable player cards which will be shared through both StreetPass and SpotPass. Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX will be launching on Nintendo 3DS and via digital download on the Nintendo eShop this coming May.
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