Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 Allows For Even Greater Costume Customization

By Sunjun . August 29, 2013 . 4:00pm

009Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 is the latest Vocaloid game coming to the Nintendo 3DS. The game expands upon the previous game’s system so you can play with either the touch screen or buttons.


In addition, Sega has re-recorded all 21 songs from the previous game.


Project Mirai 2 includes a Dressing Mode in which you can dress Miku in any module (costume) you have unlocked. In addition, you can swap clothes, equip other Vocaloids’ clothes (only if they’re the same gender), or change the colors of individual pieces of clothing.


011 (3)

004 (3) 005 (4) 006 (2) 007 (1)


Sega has also revealed some more songs and screenshots in the game.


Skeleton Orchestra and Lilia

Music and lyrics by Tohma, costume by Sega

038 (2)

024 (2)019 (1) 020 (2)  021 (2) 022 (2) 023 (2)



Music by Signal-P, lyrics by orange, costume by Kazeno

040 (2) 041 (1)

029 (1)

025 (2) 026 (1) 027 (2) 028 (1)



Music by Signal-P, lyrics by orange, costume by Hiro Tamura

042 (1) 043 (2)

030 (2) 031 (1) 032 (1) 033 (1)



Music and lyrics by Marasy, costume by Kitsune

039 (2)

036 (1) 037 (2) 034 (1) 035 (2)


There will also be these costumes of the Vocaloids in yukata.

044 045 (1) 046 (2) 047 (1) 048 (2) 049 (1)


Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 will be released on November 28 for the Nintendo 3DS.


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  • efholic

    All dat Hnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng

  • JMaster3000

    Actually, Mirai 2 doesn’t have bad songs as i thought,but it was kinda lazy that they add both Adoloscence and Cendrillon in same game cause its one and the same song but with different lirics :P
    Ohh and still no Edit Mode, and it seems Mirai series won’t get it. Sad.
    Would be kinda cool to send songs with Streetpass/Spotpass and possibly some DLC songs to get from eShop would be cool too.
    2 is a big upgrade to the first Mirai game but there’s still space for improvement.

  • Muddied_Waters

    This may be the game that finally makes me break down and get a Japanese 3DS.

    • ninjabart122

      I’m not willing to get anything with a heavy necessity of the Japanese language unless I’m fluent enough to actually know what I’m doing.

      • Muddied_Waters

        Well, I generally know enough Japanese to get through text-heavy games and understand at least 3/4 of what’s being said, so that wouldn’t really be a problem for me. I don’t have a Japanese 3DS yet because I haven’t felt a need to get one and I don’t have unlimited funds, but this game just seems too adorable and unlikely to be localized for me to ignore.

      • Arrngrim

        Project Diva is definitely one of those Jp games that is import friendly since once you learn what some of the menu’s translate to (youtube, google, etc.), the majority of the gameplay does not rely on text. Now if you were to try to play the latest VN…

    • PJ

      Project Mirai 1 already did that for me (of course, I had to get the Mint Green version of the 3DS LL), so I’m also happy that they’re apparently rerecording the songs from the first game, rather than them being just copy & paste.

      … And I wonder if the cheaper 2DS will have a positive influence on some people’s decision to try importing Japanese 3DS games.

      • Muddied_Waters

        From what I understand, unless I missed something, there are no plans to release the 2DS in Japan (at least yet?) so for people interested in importing JP games, they’d still need to get a pricier 3DS.

      • PJ

        You’re right. From what I see, there’s still no word on the 2DS being released for Japan yet. But I doubt that it’d remain a Western only release, unless it flops so hard that Nintendo decides to disown it.

    • Arrngrim

      As direly as I wish to own this game, I still won’t break down and fork over that money to JP Nintendo…they lost me a long time ago pre-Wii and they’re DAMN lucky they still make SMT games for the NA 3DS…otherwise they wouldn’t get any of my business.

  • NBXX

    I just got a nosebleed *-*

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