Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix Gets a New Trailer Introducing Its New Vocaloid Songs
Switch exclusive rhythm game Hatsune Miku Project Diva Mega39's revealed its ten new songs and many new features.
Sega published a new trailer for Switch exclusive Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix, showcasing the rhythm game’s new features and new Vocaloid songs.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix celebrates the tenth anniversary of the Project Diva series, which started via a great move by Sega who secured the rights for Hatsune Miku and Vocaloid game adaptations. The game has popular songs from the past games of the series, along with some Vocaloid songs appearing for the first time in the series, for a total of 101 songs. The usual, popular Vocaloid producers such as Decco*27 ( pronounced Deco Nina) and Mitchie M are among the composers for the new songs. Here’s the tracklist of the new songs:
・ “Catch the Wave ”(Music & Lyrics by kz (livetune))
・ “Alien Alien” (Music & Lyrics by Alien Nayutan)
・ “39 Music!” (Music & Lyrics by Mikito P)
・ Hibana (Music by DECO * 27 Lyrics by DECO * 27, Mes)
・ “Theo” (Music by Omoi Lyrics by Sakurai)
・ Loki (Music & Lyrics by Mikito P)
・ “Jigsaw puzzle” (Music & Lyrics by Mafumafu)
・ “Dreamin Chuchu” (Music & Lyrics by emon (Tes.))
・ “Oedo Julia Night” (Music & Lyrics by Mitchie M)
・ “Jitterbug” (Music & Lyrics by Nana Hachiya)
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix has the usual arcade mode with the usual gameplay of the series, along with a new Mix Mode using different gameplay based on motion controls with the Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Con. There’s also a PV mode to watch the performances, and a Practice mode for beginners and those aren’t accustomed to rhythm games, along with multiple difficulty levels. There are also over 300 costumes in-game to customize your favorite Vocaloid and a t-shirt creation mode.
The new trailer, narrated by Hatsune Miku voiced by Saki Fujita, is included below. The trailer’s end also details the DLC songs available in first print copies, and the Japanese Limited Edition of the game.
Hatsune Miku and Vocaloids, in general, are so popular I personally often forget Hatsune Miku only launched in 2007. It often feels like she’s been part of pop culture and our lives since the nineties.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix was announced in August 2019 at the Magical Mirai 2019 concert event in Tokyo. The game is named Hatsune Miku Project Diva Mega39’s in Japan and will launch there on February 13. It’ll launch a bit later in 2020 in the west.