Hatsune Miku: The Planet of Wonder and Fragments of Wishes - Xbox and PC version
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Hatsune Miku: The Planet of Wonder Appears on Xbox and PC

Crypton Future Media has released the Xbox and PC versions of Hatsune Miku: The Planet of Wonder and Fragments of Wishes digitally worldwide. The Xbox release is playable on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Meanwhile, the PC version is also available for purchase via Steam.

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The company had previously released the game for Nintendo Switch in June 2023. This title features a total of nine mini-games ranging from button mashers to slide puzzles. It also includes Amiguru Jump and Amiguru Train, which are available separately on iOS and Android mobile devices.

Crypton has also published an English launch trailer for the new Xbox and PC releases on its Piapro YouTube channel:

This title is also one of the Hatsune Miku video games that are available in English. Meanwhile, Crypton is also working with Imagineer to release Fitness Boxing feat. Hatsune Miku for Nintendo Switch. But while most of the Fitness Boxing entries are available worldwide, the companies have still yet to confirm an English localization for the Hatsune Miku game as of April 2024.

Hatsune Miku: The Planet of Wonder and Fragments of Wishes is readily available digitally worldwide on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Windows PCs. Crypton Future Media has also set an introductory 20% discount for the new releases, which are available at $22.39 until May 5, 2024.

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