A cute bomb exploded and there were no survivors.
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX is due out in North America on May 26, but you can pre-order now!
Sega has released a shortened version of the opening movie and the first trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX.
The Nendoroid-style 3DS rhythm game features 48 full-length songs, multiple game modes, styles, and difficulties, customization options, and other features such as a theater to watch videos with scrolling commentary, a studio to compose dance routines, the ability to compose your own song phrases, and Player Cards to share over StreetPass and SpotPass.
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX is due out in North America on May 26, in Japan and Korea on May 28, and in Europe on May 29.
Watch the videos below.
A lot of people have been asking me what audio interface I was using in my “Nintendo 3DS and a Drummer” videos. Well, here it is. It’s an Alesis IO4. I love it. It has 4 XLR ins all with phantom power. Sounds great, and is reliable. On a side note, you can use it as a standalone 4 channel mixer without a computer. Also, these things are very inexpensive.
Something I’ve been talking with my friends a lot lately is how many large companies ignore the fact that it is all the creative people out there that are making their products so valuable. Nintendo has recognized this and is now even offering to allow Youtubers to use their copyrighted content to make videos and then even pay you 60 to 70 percent of the advertising revenue generated from the videos!
This is just an amazing idea in my opinion since now people can use so much of Nintendo’s great catalog of games, music, characters, etc… in their videos, which will help the creator get noticed, and help Nintendo for no doubt what is to be insane amounts of exposure by the huge gaming/musicmaking/top 10 listers community on Youtube. It really does seem like a win-win deal.
Nintendo is giving two options for sign-ups. You can sign you’re whole youtube channel over to them for 70% cut of the ad royalties, or on a ‘per-video’ basis for a 60% cut. Learn more here at Nintendo’s site!