New Hatsune Miku Project mirai 2 Video Introduces Theme Song
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Sega's Project Diva YouTube channel began streaming an introduction video for the Hatsune Miku Project mirai 2 rhythm game for the Nintendo 3DS on Thursday. Saki Fujita, who provided the voice samples for Hatsune Miku, narrates the video. The video introduces Mitchie M's "high-spirited" theme song for the game, and explains both the touch and button modes. The video also notes that the game features 26 newly-recorded, and will allow for players to switch around the heads and bodies of different costumes to create new looks. The game will also feature the ability to expand Hatsune Miku's room.
The game will have two different play styles: one using the buttons on the 3DS and the other using the portable console's touch screen. The game's track list will feature the full, unedited versions of many songs, including One Cup-P's and 40m-P's "Do Re Mi Fa Rondo" (also with unique costume).
The game will ship on November 28. A "Hatsune Miku Project mirai 2 Puchipuku Pack" version will bundle a Miku Petit Nendoroid for 7,665 yen (about US$78). The standard edition will retail for 6,279 yen (US$64). Customers who preorder the game will receive a B5-size notebook while supplies last.
The official Hatsune Miku YouTube channel also posted two event videos on Friday: the first highlights Hatsune Miku at France's Japan Expo that was held earlier this month, and the second highlights the "Hatsune Miku AR Stage" six-day event at Magical Hat in Roppongi Hills where fans could use their smartphones, tablets, or PS Vitas to see the concert.