Sega revealed more information for their upcoming experience Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live, coming to PlayStation VR on October 13.
Sega has announced that their popular Project Diva series will soon be debuting on the PS4.
Hatsune Miku returns to the stage in Project DIVA X for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Announced this morning by Sega and Crypton Future Media, the game is set to release in March 2016 for Vita and
Persona 4: Dancing All Night is getting a Hatsune Miku DLC, and today we got a trailer showcasing her in action.
Atlus and Sega announced today that Persona 4: Dancing All Night for PS Vita is going to get a pretty special DLC in mid-august.
For several years, Hatsune Miku has graced the world over with her voice in manga, anime, and a varied selection of video games featuring the virtual idol's music, and last night Hatsune Miku shared it on public
Sega just opened its Tokyo Game Show website, and the publisher is going to broadcast live from its booth for the whole four days of the event. Interestingly, there's a brand new game that is
Western gamers are soon going to finally experience Hatsune Miku themselves with the release of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F for PS3 on August the 23, and today they can get an early taste of Miku's music.
Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F 2nd has been anounced recently, and Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F will soon hit the North American virtual shelves of the PSN, but the reach of the virtual songstress doesn't stop there.
For fans of Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F comes some exciting news--Sega has revealed a sequel called Hatsune Miku Project DIVA F 2nd, the announcement coming on the heels of the North American and European release of
A couple weeks ago I reported about an advertising deal featuring the popular vocaloid and game diva Hatsune Miku as the testimonial of the Japanese convenience store chain Family Mart.
The popular vocaloid Hatsune Miku first appeared on August the 31st, 2007, and since then has grown to become one of the most popular characters in the Japanese gaming industry.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f will mark the debut of the popular vocaloid on the new portable by Sony, and Sega published a new trailer while we wait for the Japanese release on August the 30th.
Sony has revealed two new versions of the PlayStation Vita that will be hitting the Japanese market this summer. The Crystal White version will be releasing on June 30th for the standard Vita pricing of ¥29,980/¥24,980
Sega released today a trailer of the Japaese version of Miku Flick, an iOS rhythm game starring the ever popular virtual diva Hatsune Miku.
If you thought that vocaloid virtual divas can't hold live concerts, think again. On March the 8th and on the 9th Sega held two Hatsune Miku performaces at the prestigious Tokyo Dome City Hall.
Yesterday, the day before Christmas, Sega released a trailer for their new Hatsune Miku game, which will be gracing the PlayStation Vita in the coming year. The most notable difference here, which you can notice right away,
So, let's file this under the "news about games that we will never see in the West because the publishers think they won't sell" category, shall we? Anyway, it appears a Sega job listing was posted that