Check Out Two Devilishly Catchy Songs from the PS Vita Exclusive Uta Kumi 575

on September 15, 2013 3:47 AM

The PS Vita exclusive Uta Kumi 575 will use the Vocaloid system to create a quite unique rhythm game, and today Sega released to two full songs that will be showcased at Tokyo Game Show later this week.

The first song is “Tobidase jugyo!” by Ramazu P, while the second is “GosHicHiGo!” by CosMo@Boso P. They also show the two protagonists of the game in their summer and winter school uniforms.

As most vocaloid songs, they’re devilishly catchy, so listen to them at your own risk. You’ll probably need a scalpel to pull them out of your brain. 


 /  Executive News Editor
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