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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Deluxe Shows Off Some Snow Miku Costumes



Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix is an enhanced version of the Japanese Project Mirai 2, with a unique feature that lets you have Vocaloids sing certain songs other than their own.


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The above is a look at the “*Hello, Planet.” track. Even though Miku looks cuter with her Nendoroid model form, those of you who know what the song is about would agree that it’s probably still just as sad a song.


005 Here’s a closer look at Miku in her *Hello, Planet. costume, designed by sasakure.UK.


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You can wipe those tears, because next is a look at the more cheerful “Happy Synthesizer” track, featuring Gumi and Luka in their Oshare kei looks.


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Their Happy Synthesizer costumes were designed by Kiki, who gave them a pop design with pastel colors, to go with fluffy furs.


Next, here’s a look at some of the game’s special costumes.


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The Snow Miku “Snow Bell Ver.” was made for the Snow Miku 2015 even that was held in Hokkaido, Japan. The little fellow next to her is Rabbit Yukine, which you can get as a room item as well.


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Snow Miku’s “Magical Snow Ver.” also returns. She was the main character from Snow Miku 2014, and still remains as one of her fan-favorite looks. The other variation of Rabbit Yunkine shown above, will also be a room item.


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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix enhances the music player by allowing you to make up to two track lists, with the songs of your choice in any order.



Again, if you don’t feel like playing the rhythm game part, you can always kick back and just listen to the music in the system BGM menu. This feature also has tracks that aren’t playable, such as the first Project Mirai game’s room BGM, along with some other hidden tracks.


Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix will release in the West later this year for Nintendo 3DS.

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