In the end, Mega 39 does one, very special thing: it takes the incredible Hatsune Miku Project Diva Future Tone, and makes it portable. You can bellyache all you like about a relatively thin tracklist, but “relatively thin” to the ridiculous bloat of Future Tone isn’t really a fault. Not when what is in the pack is still more than any other rhythm game on the Switch, and with the optional DLC to come. Most importantly of all, however, is that Mega39 is a celebration of the world’s greatest digital idol, and a digital celebrity I truly care a great deal about. As such, it fills a major gap in something that I've wanted on my Switch since the day it released. I am now fully on board with the Nintendo Switch being the greatest console ever.
It’s hard to go wrong with Hatsune Miku and all the other Vocaloids in one of the most enjoyable rhythm titles on Switch. Although everything about how to play is simple at face value, it gets more challenging the higher the difficulty goes and constantly challenges one’s rhythm and ability to be alert without getting distracted. Anyone who enjoys the style of music and keeping up with a beat will enjoy the latest in the Project Diva series, as Mega Mix delivers on being a fantastic time. The new mega mix mode is an awesome addition that gives more ways to enjoy all the songs and move to the beat the entire time. There’s a reason Hatsune Miku is so popular and Project Diva Mega Mix further proves she’ll be here to last for a good long time.
Very good game, really enjoyed the rhythm based gameplay and fun music– until I got to Jitterbug, that is. Very infuriating song. Way too fast, and with bizarre time signatures. Hatsune Miku's Big **** Adventure was overall very fun, but hot damn, Jitterbug is way too hard! And so was I after seeing the Leprechaun. Hatsune Miku's Big **** Adventure gets a 10/10
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix is a strong portable version of a truly joyous rhythm game which loses out a little in terms of track numbers in comparison to the likes of series stablemate Future Tone, but makes up for this with a surprisingly solid Switch-exclusive motion control mode alongside touchscreen controls and a new art style that helps keep things running smoothly as you blast your way through its eclectic mix of excellent music. It's a perfect fit for dipping in and out of in handheld and is extremely welcoming to newcomers whilst still providing plenty of tough challenges for veteran rhythm game fans. If you're a follower of this particular genre, then Project DIVA Mega Mix comes highly recommended.
Project DIVA MegaMix feels very much in line with Project DIVA Future Tone. It’s all about the sheer amount of songs and costumes, while avoiding any semblance of a campaign. Players will have to make their own path and enjoy the songs on their own terms. The brand new Mix mode is delightful once you get past the initial learning curve and the tried and true Arcade mode is what we’ve come to love about these games. A solid rhythm game through and through, Project DIVA MegaMix returns the series back to its portable roots.
Hatsune Miku may have been around for a good chunk of time yet Project DIVA Mega Mix doesn't really push any boundaries. It's still a very fun rhythm game so whether you're a fan of the genre or the Vocaloid herself, it's definitely worth checking out.
Project Diva Mega Mix is a welcome return to Nintendo's portable platform for the rhythm game series. While it doesn't scale well to portable and its Joy-Con motion control mode is a dud, the main mode remains as brutally satisfying as ever. Whether a diehard Miku fan or just a rhythm game enthusiast, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega Mix is yet another great entry in the series.
A great game, Nintendo really needs more Miku games for its console, not all users have Ps4 to enjoy them right there and this type of attention to the console is great, having more than 100 songs along with its DLC makes it the best game music beat on Switch, I love this game.
So this game would be higher if the models didn’t conflict with the music videos... they kinda stand out and are too shiny. Not only that but there is not as much music as one could hope for compared to the PS4 game Future Tone.
I bought this as I enjoy rhythm games, not necessarily as a HM fan, and as such, I was pretty disappointed with the game. Game play is, well, it's _fine_, but the sound that is thrown in as the rhythm beat sound is just a tambourine clash, which doesn't add much to the song, and sounds very out of place, detracting from the song. The number of songs that have a plethora of text over the screen makes seeing the prompts harder, and visually it is just kind of an all around mess.
I played a HM game way back on my PSP, and enjoyed it, but playing this one on the switch kind of feels like it is cashing in only on the Hatsune Miku brand and nothing else. Very disappointing game, exacerbated by Nintendos lack luster return policy.
Summary[Also known as "Hatsune Miku Project Diva Mega39"] Based on the popular Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix takes the series to a new dimension on the Nintendo Switch, giving both new fans and Project DIVA veterans ways to play at home or on the go. Rhythm game modes features both traditional butto...