In fact, they’ll quite happily don some Santarina costumes when Christmas rolls around in-game. Case in point: Project 575 will have the girls going through their school year as the game progresses, and as the seasons change so too do the music, costumes and backgrounds. As many—including us—have noted, it’s a great music rhythm game for those looking to improve their Japanese as well.
The 5-7-5 pentameter of haiku is used to keep the lyrics going and you’ll need a good shake at it to understand and grasp what goes where when options pop up as Macha and Azuki dance to their latest tune.
Keep an eye on several of the songs below, as they also show off how you can use Song Builder 575, the iOS companion app, to insert your own photos into songs. And now, music spam.
Project 575 will be out for PlayStation Vita January 23rd.
Christmas Cake Face
A Blanket of Snow
Or a Snack?
Satisfied with your Life?
When the Hydrangea’s Bloom
Spirited Away (No, not that one)
Symphonia of Absolute Love
The Return Trip in the Evening
Trick or Treat
The Moon Game