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‘Piano x Forte x Scandal’ Added to Project Sekai

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Sega and Colorful Palette have added “Piano x Forte x Scandal” to the Japanese version of Project Sekai Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku. The song was added as part of an ongoing 1.5-year anniversary campaign. Users will have access to the song via the in-game song shop starting April 3, 2022. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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“Piano x Forte x Scandal” originally debuted in 2008. It is widely known for being OSTER project’s first song using the MEIKO Vocaloid. The song has since gained significant popularity in the Vocaloid community, received various covers from other artists and other Vocaloids, and an updated version using MEIKO V3. The song has also appeared in past games such as Project Mirai DX and Project DIVA.

Players can access the new song by exchanging music cards in the song shop. Only the virtual singer version will be available. Sega also uploaded a short video showing off how the hard version of the song plays. As part of the 1.5-year anniversary event, Sega also plans to add “Sennen no Dokusouka,” featuring KAITO, on April 4, 2022.

Earlier this year, the game also hosted a collaboration event with Cup Noodle. The event featured five new songs from five different artists, each inspired by a Cup Noodle flavor. Back in December 2021, an English version of the game released under the title Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage.

“Piano x Forte x Scandal” is available on Project Sekai Colorful Stage! feat. Hatsune Miku, via iOS and Android devices in Japan. If you’re interested in the English version of the game, you can check out our impressions.

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