PR: Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX StreetPass Screens

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

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Hatsune Miku Project Mirai DX

Hey all you vocaloid fans out there, SEGA came through today and blessed us with some new screenshots of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX for the Nintendo 3DS! They also gave us some details about some of the game’s StreetPass features¬†that we’d like to share with you.

Hatsune Miku is full of content beyond just the rhythm game, and among the ones we think people will spend an inordinate amount of time with are the StreetPass features! Our personal favorite is being able to create your own Miku tune using a variety of instruments, including vocaloids, traditional instruments, synthesizers and chiptunes! Use the sounds and the keyboard to create a four-bar tone that you can share with anyone you StreetPass.

The best part? As you change your individual tune, the friends you’ve StreetPassed with will get an update over SpotPass!
The same goes for your profile card, which you can design by selecting a variety of backgrounds and looks, change character poses, create a tagline, write your own message, and more as options are unlocked by completing the rhythm game! Show off your Mirai DX prowess!

In addition, SEGA “unboxed” the limited edition of Hatsune Miku¬†Project Mirai DX, unveiling its contents. Included is a nifty wallet chain, and a set of 19 AR cards.

Hatsune Miku Project Mirai DX LEHatsune Miku Project Mirai DX releases on September 8 in North America. You can pre-order the game here using our Amazon link:
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Source: Press Release

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  • ragunaxl

    I played through the demo yesterday. It is a high quality game but I must apologize to sega. As a fan since buck rogers and indy 500 on the 2600, and master system i’ve become the whiney sega fan with the ‘what’s a matter? Sega doesn’t like money’ attitude. Releasing a half dozen sonic titles a year and ignoring a western release on games with miku, or phantasy star and leaving hyperdimension and puyo to be be published by other companies like NIS. But after playing this demo I realize why, at least for this series,love pso2, it’s really a game intended for little girls, you tap along to jpop music and win costumes to dress up your dolls, without a radio disney deal or saturday morning cartoon to tie in it wil sell a thousand copies maybe, to vocaloid fans who don’t feel youtube videos are enough, maybe jsut being part of it, owning something tangible, other than the popvinyl or hot topic skinny shirt. Oh well, like I said a great game to buy your daughter, if she’s into games.