See Azuki And Matcha Strut Their Style In Song Builder 575 For Vita

By Sunjun . September 13, 2013 . 2:40am


Following yesterday’s announcement, Sega has shared a trailer demonstrating their upcoming PS Vita rhythm game Song Builder 575, part of their Project 575.


Like in a traditional rhythm game, you tap the touchscreen to the rhythm as the heroines Azuki and Matcha sing. The lyrics are also displayed onscreen, and you have to fill in blanks every few verses. Thanks to the Vocaloid technology loaded in the game, the girls will sing whatever syllables you choose, even if you pick them in the wrong order. As the girls perform, you will gather more audience members.


The game will contain songs created with the iOS app Song Composer 575, including works by popular artists from Nico Nico Douga. In addition, there will be a story following Azuki and Matcha as they seek to enliven their ordinary lives. Azuki is voiced by Yuka Otsubo, whereas Matcha is voiced by Ayaka Ohashi. They are designed by Hiro Kanzaki, the character designer of the novel/anime series My Little Sister Can’t Be This Cute.


Song Builder 575 is slated for release for the PlayStation Vita on January 23.

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  • Very nice game concept. If only I knew some Japanese…

    • Kami nii

      If only I lived in Japan then I can experience different kinds of games

    • Cazar

      If only the composer wasn’t iOS exclusive. :

  • TheExile285

    I love those Oremio character designs

  • Milla

    Its called Uta kumi & i like that name better then what sili calls it. :P
    sorry if it rude to point that out.

  • Looking forward to the anime series as well. Oh come on, you know there will be one lol

  • Kayseur

    I really hope they won’t force touch controls. That’d be really stupid, given how the game flows in this trailer, something like the [email protected] Shiny Festa would work perfectly (any right button for the right part and vice versa).
    Plus with the upcoming PS Vita TV, that’s all the more reasons to make this available.

  • Sergio Briceño

    I was always amused by how the main characters in japanese games and animation always have the keys to the school rooftop. Well… At least these two make good use of it.

    Edit: I kind of wonder when this trend started. Anyone know what manga/anime/game started it all?

    • Its funny how the anime Watamote makes fun of that. The protagonist goes up to the rooftop and remembers they are always unlocked in anime. But alas its not open for her and is locked. lol.

      • Sergio Briceño

        Didn’t know that anime. Will check it out.

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