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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX For 3DS Arrives This May In North America & Europe

SEGA has revealed a western release date for its popular rhythm game Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX. Announced in mid-2014, the previously Japan-only title is an enhanced version of the series’ Project Mirai 2 and features 48 songs which can be customised to your liking through items and vocal changes. While its title name has received a slight change, from Project Mirai Remix to DX, the game is set to arrive in North America on May 26 and a few days later in Europe on May 29, both as a download eShop title and a physical boxed version. For more details on the game’s modes, check out a summary in the press release below.

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX features forty-eight full length versions of fan-favorite songs with multiple game modes and play styles. Game modes include both “Touch Mode” and “Button Mode”, each featuring multiple levels of difficulty and a wealth of customization options. Players are able to adjust difficulty via challenge and support items, change timing indicators and target icons, and swap out vocals in certain songs.

Further, players can watch their favorite videos and add scrolling commentary in the Mirai Theater, create unique dance routines in the Dance Studio, and compose their own song phrases in My Tune. The game also features customizable Player Cards which can be shared with the community over StreetPass™ and kept current via SpotPass.


  1. I’d love if it came to PAL regions, I’ve always wondered what a Vocaloid game would be like, and those Nendoroids are adorable.

    1. Why Commander, did you not hear the hullabaloo? Remember that troll who claimed to buy 100 Rosalina amiibo?

        1. He was XD
          And I think we both know who did it.
          But anyway, I am sure we all know how this works, so his info is out there and I wouldn’t be surprised if he is being pursued

    2. Well with your username I would assume you’re in the know, so should I get Metroid Prime Trilogy when it releases on Wii U eShop? I already own all three on my GCN and Wii, so I’m not sure if there’s some extra content in Trilogy worth getting

      1. Effects are improved a bit I think in the first two games, Wii Motion Controls as in MP3, MP3 has some music extended or altered a bit and possibly some other bonus things…

        And yes, for 10 dollars it’s definately a bargain…

  2. Well.. well.. what a surprise!!!
    If they´re localizing this game, then we may have a chance to see other japanese games like Project Zero WiiU and Rodea: Sky Soldier coming to the west!

  3. I don’t think Sega knows the gamimg market anymore, and that part is obivious – hope well my child, hope well…

  4. There’s too many games coming out in 2015, so I don’t see myself picking this up. <_< I still haven't even bought the Phoenix Wright Trilogy.

  5. I may just pick this up on day 1. I already love Miku, and getting to play one of her games is getting overdued. Hope this is a good game to start with.

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