For those familiar with Hastune Miku’s Project DIVA F outings on the PS3 (which were well received by Gamers Heroes, Project Mirai DX follows a similar concept. Built from the ground-up for the Nintendo 3DS, Project Mirai DX features both a touch mode and a button mode to help you keep to the beat its pop-heavy songs. Fans can also create dance routines in the Dance Studio, compose song phrases in My Tune, and customize StreetPass-ready Player Cards.
And for those who thought the series couldn’t get any cuter: The overly cheerful and bright color scheme Hatsune Miku is known for has been upgraded with a brand-new, super-deformed Nendoroid figure-style. Anybody who cannot crack a smile at this game is truly dead inside.
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX will come out on the Nintendo 3DS on May 26 in North America, May 28 in Korea and Japan, and May 29 in Europe.