It’s now July 2nd in Japan, and it’s the 10th anniversary of SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Project! In commemoration of the anniversary, Sega has announced a brand new Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA title “Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA MEGA 39’s” to be released as the first Project DIVA title ever on the Nintendo Switch.
NewDays x Hatsune Miku collaboration returns once again in the upcoming Natsukita 2019 Hokkaido Fair! The event is aimed to promote Hokkaido products with famous stores to deliver the charm of Hokkaido, with Hatsune Miku (and Snow Miku!) as the PR character. The collaboration includes limited goods, in-store videos and broadcasts, as well as an AR stamp rally to enjoy.
BZITA, a maker of anime-themed accessories and jewelry, has announced the upcoming release for their Hatsune Miku mobius ring. The ring takes subtle design accents from the skirt of Hatsune Miku’s V4X outfit design, and has mobius curve to signify infinity. Now you can have a ring to symbolize your infinite love for Miku!
You can expect to hear the song at the Magical Mirai Tokyo & Osaka concert events in August~September, or in the Magical Mirai 2019 OFFICIAL ALBUM which will soon be released on July 10th, 2019. Listen to it now on Youtube, Nicovideo, or Bilibili!
The following song covers are being added to the game over the next several song addition updates as part of the collaboration. As of this article publication, one has been added so far:
One month from now on July 2nd in Japan will mark the 10th anniversary of the SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Project, which featured the many Project DIVA titles and more that we all love. In celebration of the anniversary, Sega will be launching a special live titled “DAIBA de DIVA Super Live 2019” to be held at Tokyo Joypolis 1st Floor Main Stage on July 2nd.
Hatsune Miku VR, a VR music game for PC, is now also available on the Oculus Store! The game was previously available only on the Steam platform, so this release makes the game more widely accessible. The game is compatible with HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Rift S platforms.
If you’re heading to Anime Matsuri 2019 in Houston next week, be sure to watch for a 2015 Honda Accord wrapped in our MikuFan website artwork! Our friend has graciously allowed our art to be featured on his car, and it looks absolutely gorgeous!
To celebrate the release of the Hatsune Miku collaboration update, the mobile rhythm game Cytus II is now available for free for a limited time! You have until June 6th, 2019 to download the game for free (usually $1.99). It’s available for download on both iOS and Android app stores.
Poppro, China’s own version of piapro, has recently launched a MIKU WITH YOU song contest, inviting all the eager producers for a chance to have their songs featured at the MIKU WITH YOU concert, as well as: a ticket to attend it, a 1,000 CNY voucher for use at the venue, and a spot in the official album itself.
Just in time for the next round of races is the launch of figma Racing Miku 2019 from Good Smile Company’s shop! If you’ve been wanting this year’s Racing Miku figma without the additional sponsors benefits, now’s your chance to to snag her.
The first batch of Hatsune Miku: Magical Mirai 2019 official goods is finally out, and they’re available for preorder starting now! The first batch includes: full graphic t-shirts, muffler towels, penlights, and shopping bags. The full graphic t-shirts and muffler towels are preorder exclusive, so don’t miss this opportunity as there is no venue sale!
Namori says it’s just a らくがき (sketch), so it leaves us wondering how this art would look if she went crazy with it. It’s already very cute as it is! Check out the full size artwork from the tweet above.
The controller button layout, as well as the inclusion of an actual arcade-style slide bar, might make for one of the most genuine arcade-like gameplay experiences for Project Diva players at home. Here’s to hoping this controller will function as well as it looks!
Couldn’t make it to Miku Expo 2019 in Taiwan, but wanted a shot at the limited apparel from R4G? There’s good news, as a large assortment has made its way to Tokyo Otaku Mode for fans overseas!