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初音ミク Project mirai 2 is a rhythm game for the Nintendo 3DS released on November 28, 2013.[1] Both a regular edition, for ¥6,229 yen ($63), and a limited edition, for ¥7,665 ($77), are being sold. It is the sequel to the first Project mirai game. The game's theme ("Ageage Again") is composed by Mitchie M.

An updated version of the game was released in 2015, first in Japan as Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Deluxe, then in North America and Europe under the title of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX.[2] This is the third game of the Project DIVA franchise to be released in the West, as well as the first with the mirai title. The theme for this version ("Hajimemashite Chikyuujin-san") is composed by Pinocchio-P.

FeaturesEdit

Project mirai 2  features more costumes and songs than its predecessor. All songs featured in the first Project Mirai are also be included in this game.

GUMI returns in Project mirai 2, as was revealed on her 4th anniversary.[3] After heavy demand she was also given her own playable character.

GameplayEdit

While Project mirai only had button controls, Project mirai 2 adds use of touch screen controls where players tap the bottom screen.[4] An upped sense of speed and additional gimmicks have also been added. In addition to hitting the markers on the touch screen with the right timing that goes with the song, the more difficult settings will increase it up to three different marker colors.[5] The thicker lines seen on the trail will require players to hold down the touch screen part, and when it is rainbow-colored players will be required to spin it around in circles.

The old style of play used in the first Project mirai is still be available, for those that prefer that, with a few new twists added. In addition to the A, B, X, and Y buttons, players also need to use the directional D pad for certain keys. Similar to the Touch Mode gameplay part, players be required to hold down the buttons for the ticker lines. The rainbow colored parts can be done by rotating the Circle Pad in circles. There are also 2 Line parts that require both uses of the A, B, X, and Y buttons along with directional buttons, at the same time. The game also features minigames.[1]

Project mirai DX adds a new Super Hard difficulty that was given to six songs, which can be unlocked when obtaining an S Rank or higher on that song in Hard difficulty, although it would have to be unlocked for both modes in order to be playable in both modes. The songs that have the Super Hard Difficulty include:

Project mirai DX also features a new minigame called Mikuversi, which is based on Reversi.

Game previewsEdit

  • "【初音ミク】まんまる!おもしろ!かわいい!『初音ミク Project mirai 2(仮)』初公開!" by SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Project
      Niconico  YouTube  Promotional video
  • "【初音ミク】来来!「いーあるふぁんくらぶ」カワイイ的動画公開アルよ!!【Project mirai 2(仮)】" by SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Project
      Niconico  YouTube  Ii Aru Fanclub reveal
  • "【初音ミク】これまで発表された楽曲をまとめておさらいですよ!【Project mirai 2(仮)】" by SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Project
      Niconico  YouTube  Recap of six songs

MerchandiseEdit

A special 3DSXL protective cover was produced as a limited edition related to the game.[6]

ModulesEdit

See gallery for /Modules

The modules for Project mirai consist of original appearances that are based on popular promotional videos.

MusicEdit

Featured producersEdit

DECO*27, 40meterP, Onecup-P, OSTER project, Vocaliod-P, Mikito-P, Tohma, Signal-P, marasy, T-POCKET, Junky, Pinocchio-P, Yasuo-P, Kemu, Halyosy, Kuwagata-P, Hachioji-P, ryo, Kurousa-P, HoneyWorks, doriko, Toraboruta-P, keeno, sasakure.UK, Mitchie M, emon, kz, Yuuyu-P, Scop, Sunzriver-P, Hoehoe-P, EasyPop, Re.nG, Hachi, JimmyThumb-P, Ken, Akuno-P, Atsuzou-kun, Kuchibashi-P

Song listEdit

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Singer
1 ゆめゆめ (YUMEYUME) DREAM DREAM DECO*27 Miku
2 ドレミファロンド (Do Re Mi Fa Rondo) Doremifa Rondo 40meterP Miku
3 子猫のパヤパヤ (Koneko no Paya Paya) Payapaya Kitten Onecup-P Miku, MEIKO
4 ピアノ×フォルテ×スキャンダル (Piano × Forte × Scandal) Piano × Forte × Scandal OSTER project MEIKO, (Miku, Rin, KAITO)
5 1/6 -out of the gravity- 1/6 -out of the gravity- Vocaliod-P Miku
6 いーあるふぁんくらぶ (Yi Er Ii Aru Fanclub) 1 2 Fanclub Mikito-P Rin, GUMI
7 骸骨楽団とリリア (Gaikotsu Gakudan to Lilia) Skeleton Orchestra and Lilia Tohma Miku
8 サンドリヨン (Cendrillon) Cendrillon Signal-P Miku, KAITO
9 アドレサンス (Adolescence) Adolescence Signal-P Rin, Len
10 アマツキツネ (Amatsukitsune) The Celestial Fox marasy Rin
11 1925 1925 T-POCKET Miku (Rin, Len, Luka, KAITO, MEIKO)
12 スイートマジック (Sweet Magic) Sweet Magic Junky Rin
13 ありふれたせかいせいふく (Arifureta Sekai Seifuku) Common World Domination Pinocchio-P Miku
14 えれくとりっく・えんじぇぅ (Electric Angel) Electric Angel Yasuo-P Miku, (Luka, Rin)
15 インビジブル (Invisible) Invisible Kemu Rin, GUMI
16 スノーマン (Snowman) Snowman Halyosy KAITO, (Len)
17 インタビュア (Interviewer) Interviewer Kuwagata-P Luka, (Miku)
18 エレクトリック・ラブ (Electric Love) Electric Love Hachioji-P Miku
19 ワールドイズマイン (World is Mine) The World is Mine ryo Miku
20 千本桜 (Senbonzakura) A Thousand Cherry Blossoms Kurousa-P Miku
21 テレカクシ思春期 (Terekakushi Shishunki) Embarrassment-Hiding Adolescence HoneyWorks Len, (KAITO)
22 ロミオとシンデレラ (Romeo to Cinderella) Romeo and Cinderella doriko Miku, (Rin, Luka)
23 ココロ (Kokoro) Heart Toraboruta-P Rin
24 glow glow keeno Miku
25 *ハロー、プラネット。 (*Hello, Planet.) *Hello, Planet. sasakure.UK Miku
26 メランコリック (Melancholic) Melancholic Junky Rin
27 アゲアゲアゲイン (Ageage Again) Ageage Again Mitchie M Miku
28 shake it! shake it! emon Miku, Rin, Len
29 ファインダー (finder) (DSLR remix - re:edit) finder (DSLR remix - re:edit) kz Miku
30 深海少女 (Shinkai Shoujo) Deep-Sea Girl Yuuyu-P Miku
31 どうぶつ占い (Doubutsu Uranai) Animal Fortune-telling Scop Miku (Rin, Luka, MEIKO)
32 クローバー♣クラブ (Clover♣Club) Clover♣Club Yuuyu-P Miku
33 逆さまレインボー (Sakasama Rainbow) Reverse Rainbow Sunzriver-P Miku, Rin (Len+Rin, Miku+Luka)
34 ハロ/ハワユ (Hello/How Are You) Hello/How Are You Hoehoe-P Miku
35 PIANO*GIRL PIANO*GIRL OSTER project Miku
36 ハッピーシンセサイザ (Happy Synthesizer) Happy Synthesizer EasyPop Luka, GUMI
37 SING&SMILE SING&SMILE Re.nG Miku (Rin, Len, Luka, KAITO, MEIKO)
38 妄想スケッチ (Mousou Sketch) Delusion Sketch 40meterP (Signal-P (Rin ver.)) Miku (Rin)
39 マトリョシカ (Matryoshka) Matryoshka Hachi Miku, GUMI
40 On the Rocks On the Rocks OSTER project KAITO, MEIKO
41 No Logic No Logic JimmyThumb-P Luka
42 LOL -lots of laugh- LOL -lots of laugh- Ken Miku
43 悪ノ娘 (Aku no Musume) Daughter of Evil Akuno-P Rin
44 悪ノ召使 (Aku no Meshitsukai) Servant of Evil Akuno-P Len
45 トリコロール・エア・ライン (Tricolor Airline) Tricolore Airline Atsuzou-kun Miku, Rin, Luka, MEIKO
46 君の体温 (Kimi no Taion) Your Body Temperature Kuwagata-P Miku
47 私の時間 (Watashi no Jikan)* My Time Kuchibashi-P Miku (Rin, Len)
48 はじめまして地球人さん (Hajimemashite Chikyuujin-san)** Nice to Meet You, Mr. Earthling Pinocchio-P Miku

*This song has different lyrics depending on the character being used.

**This song is exclusive to Project Mirai DX.

TriviaEdit

  • Through the GameInformer magazine and GameStop website, Project Mirai DX was to be release in America on May 26, 2015.[7] However, a week before Project Mirai DX was supposed to be released, it was announced that it would be delayed to September 8 for North America and September 11th for Europe.[8]
  • In Project Mirai DX, all video based PVs have been removed, and replaced with real-time animated PVs using the in-game modules. The only two exceptions are those of "Happy Synthesizer" and "YUMEYUME," both of which can be viewed in the Options menu.
  • On the receipt for those who bought the game digitally, "Megpoid" is misspelled as "Megapoid."[9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 Ready To Take The Stage On November 28". Siliconera. July 17, 2013. http://www.siliconera.com/2013/07/17/hatsune-miku-project-mirai-2-ready-to-take-the-stage-on-november-28/. Retrieved July 17, 2013. 
  2. http://nintendoeverything.com/hatsune-miku-project-mirai-remix-official-announcement-mirai-2-confirmed/
  3. "【初音ミク】来来!「いーあるふぁんくらぶ」カワイイ的動画公開アルよ!!【Project mirai 2(仮)】" (in Japanese). SEGA feat. HATSUNE MIKU Channel (niconico). June 26, 2013. http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1372127601. Retrieved July 17, 2013. 
  4. "Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 Coming This Fall With More Music And Costumes". Siliconera. May 17, 2013. http://www.siliconera.com/2013/05/17/hatsune-miku-project-mirai-2-coming-this-fall-with-more-music-and-costumes/. Retrieved July 17, 2013. 
  5. "Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2′s New Touch Screen Features And Costumes". Siliconera. June 29, 2013. http://www.siliconera.com/2013/06/29/hatsune-miku-project-mirai-2s-new-touch-screen-features-and-costumes/. Retrieved July 17, 2013. 
  6. 3DS
  7. IGN post
  8. Western releases pushed to September

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