Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 Shows Off A Bunch Of Songs In The Game

By Sunjun . September 15, 2013 . 11:00am


Sega has revealed a whopping 10-minute trailer for their upcoming Vocaloid game for the 3DS, Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2. Featured in this video are all 17 songs revealed so far, including the brand new title Snowman by halyosy. During the song Piano x Forte x Scandal, you also get a glimpse of the Vocal Change feature, in which the character changes while the song is playing.


Here is a list of every song in this trailer:

  • Skeleton Orchestra and Lilia
  • 1925
  • Sweet Magic
  • Yume Yume
  • One, Two Fanclub
  • 1/6 ~out of the gravity~
  • Common World Domination
  • Piano x Forte x Scandal
  • Do Re Mi Fa Rondo
  • Amatsu Kitsune
  • Koneko no Paya Paya
  • Snowman
  • Invisible
  • Interviewer
  • Cendrillon
  • Adolescence
  • Electric Angel

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

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  • notentirelythere

    … is the X button used for anything in this game?

    • ronin4life

      In the demo for the first one, it was the most used button…O.o;;;

  • Malon

    It looks off sync… But I still would like to play it. :<

    • KuroNathan

      that’s probably an issue with either the video encoding or youtube’s encoding (which sega being a large company should have caught). If its not, hopefully it’ll be like project diva f and have a delay adjustment option.

  • Bruno Cesar

    Oh my god, that version of Electric Angel is awesome. It sounds similar to the Rock Ver., but better, somehow. Is it exclusive to the game or is it already available?

  • Luis Camargo

    Project Diva f was my first Hatsune Miku game.
    Now I really hope Sega keeps bringing the series to the States.

    • School Idol Addict

      Yeah me too, i hope Sega didn’t expect huges sales for Project Diva f, they should be happy as long as it brought them profit.

      I think Hatsune Miku games have the potential to become decently huge in the west, but it will need times and i think it would be a mistake of Sega to stop after only one game.

      • Luis Camargo

        I think Hatsune Miku games should be simple to localize because they do not have much text (going by Project Diva f at least). The biggest cost and issue would be licensing the songs for an international release.

        Still, I hope Sega treat this series better than it treat Yakuza for example.

  • cute
    sure like how this one seems to focus a bit more on the others, while I love miku i was bit saddened that it was mostly miku in project diva F, wouldve liked to see more luka, kaito and meiko

  • Looking forward to the new modules, really enjoyed the first

  • SilentMC

    So I’ve been avoiding footage of the game since I already have enough I want to buy, the gameplay looks far smoother than the first game already. I think I may actually like this one

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