- Publisher: Sega
- Release Date: Sep 8, 2015
- Summary: Includes both Touch Mode and Button Mode, each featuring multiple levels of difficulty and an array of customization options. Gamers are able to adjust difficulty through challenge and support items, change timing indicators and target icons, and swap out vocals in certain songs. Players canIncludes both Touch Mode and Button Mode, each featuring multiple levels of difficulty and an array of customization options. Gamers are able to adjust difficulty through challenge and support items, change timing indicators and target icons, and swap out vocals in certain songs. Players can peep their favorite videos and add scrolling commentary in the Mirai Theater, formulate unique dance routines in the Dance Studio, and compose their own song phrases in My Tune.… Expand
- Developer: Sega
- Genre(s): Miscellaneous, Action, Rhythm, Music
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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX - Launch Trailer
Positive: 23 out of 32
Mixed: 9 out of 32
Negative: 0 out of 32
Sep 8, 2015Project Miku DX demands your attention even when you’d like to play something other than rhythm games, because there’s more than just rhythm here. That’s not just incredible for a licensed game. It’s inspiration for all the other ones.
Nintendo Force MagazineSep 30, 2015With an adorable presentation and a good variety of songs, this rhythm game promises fun for hours. [Issue #17 – September/October 2015, p.73]
Sep 8, 2015A truly delightful title, stuffed with a lot of fan service, that we recommend to everyone that loves a nice and original rhythm game.
Sep 30, 2015This is the second game about Hatsune Miku in the franchise for Nintendo 3DS, again featuring a customized super-deformed art style and pretty cool augmented reality function.
Sep 14, 2015A good fan game, with a enchanting presentation if you a fan of Miku. However, if you are looking for a challenge, or a more eclectic music list, you will be better served with Project Diva.
Sep 4, 2015Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX retains the essence of the Project DIVA series, but it's definitely its own unique thing. It may not appeal to all fans of the vocaloid songstress' previous work, and it's certainly my least favorite outing of hers in the realm of games.
Positive: 13 out of 18
Mixed: 4 out of 18
Negative: 1 out of 18
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Não vejo necessidade em escrever um longo texto analisando uma arte, a nota é apenas um conselho para saber o quanto ela vale para sua vida.
I see no need to write a long text analyzing an art, the note is just a piece of advice to know how much it is worth in your life.… Expand
Jun 21, 2020I love I have spent hours of game making you have fun without stopping, AR cards are the best implemented in this game for a live concert
Mar 24, 2018This is a fun game that you can play in short bursts that will keep you busy for a long time.
First, the rhythm game portion itself, beingThis is a fun game that you can play in short bursts that will keep you busy for a long time.
First, the rhythm game portion itself, being the very heart of the game:
- 48 different songs across different genres (mostly pop, upbeat), 3 difficulty levels (6 songs have a hidded 'extreme' level), and 2 mechanically different playstyles (tap and button mode).
- Fun, colorful music videos. The character models are chibi style and set on some gorgeous set pieces. Much more interesting than simply singing on stage, Project Diva style.
- Notes appearing on a line is much easier to follow on a handheld screen than flying in from all directions. There are still times on the higher difficulties where it does become confusing telling which notes are held vs not, but after a few playthroughs to show you which you hit wrong (immediate and clear feedback on that point - very important and good) the challenge becomes playing the song correctly, not figuring out what to play.
- There is a WIDE range of difficulty, making the game playable for everyone, from young children to seasoned rhythm game pros. Many songs are not so hard to complete, but earning the highest ranking or the SP-all trophy (getting all the 'technical zones' in the song) is a different matter.
There are a few other features for the game:
- a very light dating/friendship style sim that lets you decorate different apartments, try on different outfits (mostly from the song videos), and sit down and eat food. There are some random events that may happen based on items present (playing a jukebox or arcade game in the apartment, laying down on the beach at the resort, that sort of thing).
- you can play reversi and puyo puyo with the different characters. Puyo puyo is playable multiplayer as well.
Overall, this a fun title that I've logged many more hours in than I ever imagined I would, and still find enjoyment breaking it out and trying a few song, or even just listening/watching them from time to time. You can honestly pick it up and play through a song in under five minutes, making a perfect game to bring with you on the go. If you have a long time, you can play through multiple songs or try to nail all the tricky bits together, pushing up your completion percent for that song just a little bit higher.
Would love to see a sequel.… Expand
Apr 13, 2016An adorable and sympathetic rhythmic game with an easy to understand and fun. 40 well-chosen songs from the repertoire of this great Diva. 3DSAn adorable and sympathetic rhythmic game with an easy to understand and fun. 40 well-chosen songs from the repertoire of this great Diva. 3DS will not find a game better than this rate.… Expand
Sep 29, 2015I am a casual music game enthusiast but I highly enjoy the music and the gameplay is still familiar to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy with the MikuI am a casual music game enthusiast but I highly enjoy the music and the gameplay is still familiar to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy with the Miku chibi look.The music is all really upbeat and enjoyable to play with a nice diverse list of music and a long playlist.
The gameplay has two options between using touch controls with the stylus and then traditional d-pad and face buttons used. I tried playing with both options for all the songs and once you get to normal mode for Touch Controls you will want to switch to button controls just because it is a bit imprecise and harder to hold your 3DS possibly.
I did find the difficulty of the game to be easier then other Miku rhythm games such as Project Diva F and F 2nd being much more difficult on the harder difficulty. This is a fun game though all in all.
If you enjoy music from Vocaloids and predominately Hatsune Miku and can enjoy the Chibi look with a more relaxed and fun music selection with a ton of extra's like a mini dating sim, puyo puyo game and other extras which honestly did not play with as really enjoying the game for the main rhythm game.… Expand
Oct 4, 2015Being a rhythm game noob such as myself, I enjoy Project Mirai much more than Project Diva. It's more lighthearted probably to appeal to theBeing a rhythm game noob such as myself, I enjoy Project Mirai much more than Project Diva. It's more lighthearted probably to appeal to the 3DS demographic.
The game has a much more suitable difficulty curve with two modes of play and while the cutesy graphics may not be everyone's cup of tea, they're colourful and well detailed. The music is the same as Project Diva (with some extra songs) and the quality is okay compared to the Vita games. There are a lot of fun customisation options however there's no way to tweak the rhythm game mechanics that I've been able to find. Nevertheless, it's a fun little rhythm game that people of all skill levels can enjoy.… Expand
Oct 6, 2015One of the worst rhythm games I've played, if you are used to the quality of the Project Diva games then this spin off is a huge step back.One of the worst rhythm games I've played, if you are used to the quality of the Project Diva games then this spin off is a huge step back. The sound quality is outright bad to the point that it's almost offensive, the game play is simplified and the chibi graphics don't fit the Miku universe and are poorly done. There might be a lot of fluf to this game, if that's your thing, but the core game play is BAD.… Expand
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