Well, the time since 2011 has really flown, hasn’t it? It has taken a little less than 9 years, but the official Hatsune Miku YouTube channel is celebrating its 1 Million Subscriber milestone today!
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 grand prize winner of the Fan Forge with their cute Cryptonloid chibi design is Nina! The “Cozy at Home” design award went to Shinkuplanet, while the runner up design awards went to Miwaku and Hekopon!
Hatsune Miku isn’t the only one, as several other IPs were also announced to have themes of their own. These include Detective Conan, Neon Genesis Evangelion and Spongebob Squarepants.
Hatsune Miku NT’s prototype/beta version is finally here and available for download by those that have preordered the full version! If you missed the previous announcement regarding the changes and planned features, you can catch up on our previous article. → https://www.mikufan.com/?p=28803
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.
Of course, there’s too much to fit here! So our yearly tradition to celebrate is to share some of our favorite illustrations from Pixiv and Twitter. Although we definitely encourage you to check out more yourself by searching the tag ミクの日 to find more!
“Nechusho No!No! feat. Hatsune Miku & Meiko” Music Video Uploaded in Pocari Sweat Ambassador Collaboration
The first stage of this collaboration is a new music video titled “Nechusho No!No! feat. Hatsune Miku & MEIKO”, composed by Mitchie M! In the video, Hatsune Miku and MEIKO sing in news-reporting style about the importance of staying safe in Japan’s summer heat, and also interview popular V-tubers/singers Mirai Akari, Fuji Aoi, and YuNi. They’re even joined by Hoshino Ichika from the upcoming mobile game, “Project Sekai Colorful Stage“!
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!
Next Generation Hatsune Miku NT (New Type) Software Version Announced, Preorders and Demo Songs Released
Crypton Future Media has officially announced the latest version of Hatsune Miku’s singing synthesis software, which will be called Hatsune Miku NT (New Type). Hatsune Miku NT is scheduled for a late August 2020 release (with a beta release in Mid-March 2020).
Simply put, Crypton Future Media will be moving Hatsune Miku and their other characters away from Yamaha’s VOCALOID engine. This is arguably the biggest change to happen to Hatsune Miku’s software since her initial release in 2007, so there’s understandably quite a few fans that might be confused as to what this means, and might even be worried. So here’s a rundown of what the known changes are, and what they will mean for Vocaloid fans as consumers, and Vocaloid music creators.
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.
YOWU, a consumer audio brand dedicated to the anime culture, has announced a collaboration cat ear headphones with Hatsune Miku, with preorders for said headphones to open as soon as August 31st at 20:00 China standard time. Promoting this newly announced headphones is a lovely main visual by the artist Bison倉鼠.
An official Hatsune Miku account has been launched on the TikTok mobile app! To celebrate the launch of this account, Crypton Future Media is hosting a giveaway of official goods to Miku fans that participate in the Hatsune Miku giveaway challenge.
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!
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.
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.