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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega39’s announced for Nintendo Switch

SEGA has announced that there’s a new entry in the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva series coming to the Nintendo Switch in Japan. The music title is being developed by SEGA AM Research & Development No. 2 and will is due early next year in Japan. Here’s the details direct from Gematsu.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega39’s is a rhythm game featuring 101 songs (100 songs from the history of the series, including newly recorded songs plus the game’s newly written theme song), over 300 modules (costumes), and new game modes made specifically for Switch (details to be announced at a later date). 3D character models have also been updated with an anime-style touch.

Confirmed songs include “Decorator” by Kz, “Odds & Ends” by Ryo, “Rolling Girl” by Wowaka, “Alien Alien” by Nayutan Seijin, and “39 Music!” by Mikito-P. The latter two songs are two of 10 newly recorded songs appearing for the first time in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega39’s.

Thanks to Moses613 for sending in the news tip!

5 thoughts on “Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega39’s announced for Nintendo Switch”

  1. What I wanna know is how they’ll keep the PlayStation icons, if they even keep them at all. Every PD game has those icons, even the arcade game (Project Mirai isn’t Project Diva). A Project Diva game without PS icons just feels wrong. Like, seeing ABXY won’t look right at all.

    1. Things will change for the better now that a Hatsune Miku title is FINALLY coming to a Nintendo system… and you can take it on the go like the defunct PS Vita version was many years ago..

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