Here’s Gumi Performing “Mosaic Roll” In Megpoid the Music#

By Ishaan . December 28, 2012 . 12:05pm

Earlier in the month, publisher, ParaPhray, confirmed that “Mosaic Roll” by DECO*27 would be one of the songs included in Megpoid the Music#. Now, you can take a look at a clip from the in-game version of the song.



Megpoid the Music# is slated for release on the PSP on March 28th, 2013. How does the game play differently from Sega’s Hatsune Mikue: Project Diva series? You can read a bit about that here.

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  • xXDGFXx

    I like this style better than Project Diva’s. I can’t keep my eyes focused when there are button prompts all over my screen!

    • 猫 黒

      I like it less, actually. Project Diva’s was interesting, while this is just regular monotone guitar hero/ddr style. You could actually recognize songs in PD by their note patterns.

  • Nightmesh

    That pv or what ever you wanna call for it was really a big let down. Maybe I was expecting to much. I can look back at some PD1 videos and see how bland some of them are so I’ll cut them some credit. Still, seem the video wasn’t just her dancing to a boring background.

  • This is an unexpected let down, the stages look really boring as of now, devoid of any emotion or detail, so bland that it doesn’t even support the character’s appearance anymore.
    I was suddenly really worried about this game when my little brother showed me the video, since I was really looking forward to a Lily cameo in the future…

    Given this is seemingly ParaPhray’s first game, the songs are good, the idea is nice, Gumi is awesome, but I can’t see this selling super well for now. The four player co-op is certainly a nice take on that matter as well. Especially if a beginner wants to have some items/costumes/accessories.

    Project Diva 1st was similar “bland” but the design & camera choices were really good, so it didn’t spring to mind as much. More thoughtfulness in that matter would’ve helped the first videos of Megpoid the Music# to look a lot better than this.

  • This is normal difficulty? They need to adjust the level a bit, so that humans can play too.

  • Roubjon

    That’s one boring looking rhythm game. It’s essentially the same thing as Hatsune Miku but the notes are fixed on the left side of the screen, which makes an already modest game way too sterile.

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