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 while back I posted about the Pocket Miku, a tiny Hatsune Miku ribbon controlled synthesizer. Today I found this interesting video from Japan where they were somehow able to connect a Pocket Miku to a Moog IIIc modular synthesizer’s sequencer!
It isn’t the most musical sounding thing in the world, but has a weirdness factor of 100! Check it out.
Check out this amazing performance of 1000 Cherry Blossoms on Guzheng that popped up on my Youtube feed. Sorry I can’t provide much more info on it since I can’t read the Chinese words on the page. Still very very impressive playing and great to watch!