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Sega Localized The Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Together With Mikudayo Videos




There are different versions of Hatsune Miku in Japan. Hachune Miku is one derivative, inspired by the Loituma “Leek Spinning” Girl meme and renditions from Otomania and Tamago. Another is Mikudayo, inspired by the Nendoroid Miku costume sega made to promote Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai. In Japan, she was used to promote the follow-up games, and the three videos for Project Mirai DX have received English translations.


Sega has released the three videos via the Crunchyroll Gaming Community on Facebook. The first show is about Mikudayo expressing her excitement about the Together with Mikudayo videos, then goes over a quiz about the songs in the game. The second part talks about her love for Oboro sushi, shows a Rube Goldberg machine, and tries to recreate a dance from the game. In the final segment, the two talk clothing and Mikudayo does some important work behind-the-scenes.



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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX will be released on the Nintendo 3DS on September 8 for $39.99. Pre-orders include 19 AR cards and a Miku wallet chain.

Jenni Lada
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