See How You Play Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 With Buttons Or By Touch

By Ishaan . April 27, 2013 . 12:00pm

Following yesterday’s screenshots, Sega have shared the first trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2, featuring in-game footage of the “Koneko no Paya Paya” song. The trailer demonstrates how one can play using either buttons or using the Nintendo 3DS touch screen. Watch it below:



Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 is scheduled for release in Japan this Fall.

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  • wyrdwad


    Hey Sega, if you guys aren’t going to release this game in the west… will you offer it to us? I mean, I’d probably have to do some convincing to get the higher-ups at the company to accept such an offer, but… well, I can beg! I can plead! I can make puppy-dog eyes! I CAN DOOOO EEEEET, I SWEAR!! ;)

    • Kioku

      This is why Nintendo needs to make a region-free 3DS.

  • Higashi no Ame 東の雨

    It looks like harder to play than Project Diva F.

    • wyrdwad

      Really?! Project Diva is amazing, but it’s easily one of the hardest rhythm games I’ve played. It starts out easy enough, but as you progress into Hard and especially Extreme mode, it gets CRAZY difficult. I can’t see Project Mirai ever quite reaching that level.

      • ninjapresident

        Really? I never found them to be that bad, except for a few songs here and there.

        • almostautumn

          Same, and even then I didn’t find them to be too hard except for finding the accurate way to place my PSP/Vita so that I could really smash the buttons right :P

  • XypherCode

    If I can only afford to import a JP 3DS I’d buy this in a heartbeat.

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    Wow, this one looks harder than the first Mirai here. Hope i will be able to survive the punishment lol.

  • So want. Sega should just plop it on the US eShop untranslated. I’ll toss my money at it.

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