Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 will come with a few fun extras for fans to enjoy, including the ability to set a daily alarm clock timer like in the first game.
As you can see in the above picture, when you set the alarm on and turn the game to “Good night Mode,” Miku (or whichever other character you choose) goes to sleep alongside you. She’ll be up well before you awaken, though, looking fresh and happy as she sings you a song.
You’ll also be able to adjust the room characters are in, using the “My Room” functionality. This mode gives you several pre-set backgrounds such as Future, Cute or Natural and then free reign over the various furnishings for you to place as you please. The game will also mimic the time of day in real life—so when it’s day time, the rooms will be filled with light, while at night the lights get switched on. Some items will be interactive as well. However, there’s even more to it than that.
You’ll also be able to give the Vocaloids sweets and drinks and watch them actually chow down. Additionally, you’ll be able to communicate (to a limited degree of course) with Miku and pals through your microphone.
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 will be out on Nintendo 3DS November 28th.