Tuesday Jun 30, 2015
Hey everyone! We’re super excited to bring you all some information about Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX for the Nintendo 3DS. More than simply a Miku-based rhythm game, Project Mirai DX blends traditional rhythm game elements with companion-based events, simple creativity tools, and sharable customization, making it the ultimate Hatsune Miku experience!
Covering a wide spectrum of music genres, like pop rock song Terekakushi Shishunki by Honeyworks, chiptune *Hello, Planet by sasakure.UK, lounge duet on the rocks by OSTER project and dance anthem AgeAge Again by Mitchie M, Project Mirai DX has tunes anyone can get down with.
In the earlier Japanese only versions, some of the songs utilized the official music video as the background animation. For Project Mirai DX, every song is now recreated in the Project Mirai style, all in gorgeous 3D featuring everyone’s cute Nendoroid look. New to the Miku rhythm game scene, GUMI also joins the cast as a guest star on a handful of tracks, such as Matroshyka by Hachi and Invisible by kemu.
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With Project Mirai DX, there are more ways to play! Each song has two play modes, Tap and Button, each with 3 modes of difficulty.
Tap Mode involves tapping on-screen color panels in time with the on-screen prompts. Starting from Easy’s 1 color panel, increasing your difficulty will add additional color panels and ratchet up the note pattern complexity. In addition to matching the correct colors, swipe icons will appear requiring you to swipe in the direction indicated. Button mode involves pressing A/B/X/Y buttons and the +Control Pad in time with the on-screen prompts. Easy patterns utilize less buttons and show fewer prompts, whereas Hard uses all buttons, dual A/B/X/Y and +Control Pad usage, and increased complexity in button patterns and rhythms.
Spend your Play Coins to use various helper items that can make your game easier or harder. Change up the look and feel by adjusting timing indicators, icons sizes, rhythm sounds, or even HUD clutter. You can even swap the order of your panels in Tap mode, or change your prompt icons image and color for Button Mode. Whether you’re a button tapping novice or rhythm game veteran, Project Mirai DX has you covered.
Do you prefer halyosy’s Snowman as sung by KAITO or Kagamine Len?
Which leading lady would you like to hear sing Tricolore Airline by atsuzoukun? When adding up all the different vocal versions, Project Mirai DX features a staggering 79 songs!
You can skip forward and back to your favorite parts, make playlists, add your own scrolling comments on the screen that can be exchanged via StreetPass/SpotPass and manage your comments received by other players.
Also, in Jam Along Mode, simply interact with any of the buttons or screens that are highlighted yellow to activate various sound banks. It’s that easy to add your own musical flair to your favorite song in real time!
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