The Western release will be renamed to “Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage!”, likely to help put more emphasis on Crypton Future Media’s characters, versus the other original characters also present in the game.
Hatsune Miku Tap Wonder, the tapping progression mobile game from Crypton Future Media and Ateam is now available for download on Android, iOS and Amazon devices! Early downloaders will also receive the Hatsune Miku V4X costume set for free after signing into the game.
The game clocks in at 13.9GB in size (16.9GB with all updates and DLC), making it one of the largest games in filesize on the Nintendo eShop. Unless you have your Nintendo Switch’s internal memory relatively free, it is recommended to invest in a sizeable and speedy MicroSD card, which will also help with those loading times (128GB cards can be had for around $25). The base game is priced at $39.39 on the eShop.
The official Twitter account for Hatsune Miku: Tap Wonder has announced the game is now open for pre-registration! You can register via the official site, twitter, or even on the Google Play and Apple App stores.
Mega Mix includes 101 songs spanning over 10 years of of the Project Diva game series, 10 of which are all new to Mega Mix/MEGA39’s. These include “Catch the Wave” by kz(livetune), “Alien Alien” by Nayutalien, “39 Music!” by mikitoP, “Hibana” by DECO*27, “Teo” by Omoi, “ROKI” by mikitoP, “Jigsaw puzzle” by Mafumafu, “Dreamin Chuchu” by emon(Tes.), “Ooedo Julianight” by Mitchie M and “Jitterbug” by Nanashi Hachiya.
Hatsune Miku: Tap Wonder Mobile Game Announced – Spring 2020 Release – BGM & Pet Art Submissions Opened!
A new mobile game titled Hatsune Miku: Tap Wonder is being developed for Android and iOS in a joint effort by Crypton Future Media and Ateam, and is aiming for a Spring 2020 release. And according to the Piapro collaboration details, this game is going to be released world-wide, and multi-lingual as well!
The full PV for the Snow Miku 2020 theme song “Poka Poka Planet” is now available on YouTube! The music and artwork was composed and animated by Harumaki Gohan and his art studio. Expect to hear this song played throughout various Snow Miku celebrations in Sapporo!
Snow Miku is expanding her sports support reach beyond just baseball and snowboarding, and is now the first digital ambassador to support Japan’s B.LEAGUE (Japan’s Basketball league)! The B.LEAGUE All-Star Game 2020 will be hosted in Hokkaido on January 18th 2020, and will be supported by Snow Miku. The Japan basketball league chairman Okawa Masaaki says the move supports the planned theme of “future city” for the event, in which a digital character would fit perfectly.
Sega has announced a new Hatsune Miku smartphone game project under the title “Project Sekai” developed by Colorful Palette, a new studio by Craft Egg (BanG Dream! Girls Band Party!), with an immediate launch of the teaser site upon the announcement. Not much is known about the game for now, but the target platforms are known to be both iOS and Android. Stay tuned.
A promotional video has been released for the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA MEGA39’s detailing its release date and the long hinted new game mode. Packing with 10 years of SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Project history, the game will be released in Japan on February 13th, 2020, as well as a western release to follow shortly in 2020 under the title Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix.
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.
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:
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.
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.
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!
SEGA’s Japanese Project Diva team has announced that Extra Data (DLC) for the Snow Miku 2018 and 2019 modules for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone, and their respective PS4 themes, are now available for download!
The twintailed Snow princess will be getting her very module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone, as announced by SEGA. The next year to comes marks the 10th anniversary of Snow Miku, with the theme this time that is “Princess”! The module will be shipped along with the module of her rabbit partner “Yukine”, with release date to follow soon.
The first item on the list is a prototype sculpture for the “White Dress” module from the Project Diva series. Since this one is still in prototype phase, it will likely be some months before we see a release. Accompanying this figure is a FuwaFuwa series Hatsune Miku plushie with the same dress, which will likely be released to arcades within the coming weeks. The exact date has still not been mentioned.