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Sega are working on a new Project Diva-like rhythm game for PlayStation Vita called Miracle Girls Festival, a game that runs on the same engine of the Hatsune Miku game, with anime characters. This week’s issue of Famitsu magazine provides more details. [Thanks, Game Jouhou.]

 

Here’s a list of all the songs from various anime series:

 

Yuru Yuri:

 

  • Yuriyurarararayuruyuri Daijiken(S1 opening theme)
  • “Yes! Yuyuyu Yuruyuri Onpu” (S2 opening theme)

 

Nyaruko: Crawling with Love:

 

  • “Taiyo Iwaku Moeyo Chaos” (S1 opening theme)
  • “Koi wa Chaos no Shimobenari” (S2 opening theme)

 

Vividred Operation:

 

  • “Vivid Shining Sky” (ending theme)
  • “Arifureta Shiawase” (ending theme)

 

Kin-iro Mosaic:

 

  • “Jumping!” (S1 opening theme)
  • “Your Voice” (S1 ending theme)

 

Arpeggio of Blue Steel:

 

  • “Blue Field” (ending theme)
  • “Innocent Blue” (ending theme)

 

Tesagure! Bakatsu-mono:

 

  • “Stand Up!!!!” (opening theme)
  • “Tesaguri Bubuka” (background music)

 

Wake Up, Girls!:

 

  • “Tachiagare!” (movie theme song)
  • “7 Girls War” (opening theme)

 

Go! Go! 575:

 

  • “Kotoba Colorful” (opening theme)
  • “Kotoba Sagashitai” (ending theme)

 

No-Rin:

 

  • “Mogitate Fruit Girls” (ending theme)
  • “Cordless Tele Phone” (first episode opening/background music)

 

Engaged to the Unidentified:

 

  • “Tomadoi Recipe” (opening theme)
  • “Masshiro World” (ending theme)

 

Is the Order a Rabbit?:

 

  • “Daydream Café” (S1 opening theme)
  • “Poppin’ Jump” (S1 ending theme)

 

Miracle Girls Festival will release in Japan in Winter 2015 for PlayStation Vita.

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