Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2

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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2
Project Mirai 2 boxart.png
Japanese cover art
Developer(s)Sega
Publisher(s)Sega
SeriesHatsune Miku: Project DIVA
Platform(s)Nintendo 3DS
Release
  • JP: November 28, 2013
Genre(s)Rhythm
Mode(s)Single-player
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Deluxe/DX
ProjectMiraiDX.jpg
European cover art
Developer(s)Sega
Publisher(s)Sega
SeriesHatsune Miku: Project DIVA
Platform(s)Nintendo 3DS
Release
  • JP: May 28, 2015
  • NA: September 8, 2015
  • PAL: September 11, 2015
Genre(s)Rhythm
Mode(s)Single-player

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 is a rhythm game created by Sega and Crypton Future Media for the Nintendo 3DS and the sequel to Hatsune Miku and Future Stars: Project Mirai. The game is also a spin-off of the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA series of Vocaloid rhythm games and was first released on November 28, 2013 in Japan with no international release until September 2015.[1] Like the original, the game primarily makes use of Vocaloids, a series of singing synthesizer software and the songs created using these vocaloids most notably the virtual-diva Vocaloid Hatsune Miku. It is also the second game to include a Vocaloid made by Internet Co., Ltd., Gumi. An updated version of the game was released in 2015, first in Japan as Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Deluxe, then in North America and Europe under the title of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX.

Gameplay[edit]

While Project Mirai only had button controls, Project Mirai 2 adds use of touch screen controls where players tap the bottom screen. An increased sense of speed and additional gimmicks have also been added. In addition to hitting the markers on the touch screen with the right timing that goes with the song, the more difficult settings will increase it up to three different marker colors. The thicker lines seen on the trail will require players to hold down the touch screen part, and when it is rainbow-colored, players will be required to spin it around in circles.

The old style of play used in the first Project Mirai is still available, for those that prefer that, with a few new twists added. In addition to the A, B, X, and Y buttons, players also need to use the directional D pad for certain keys. Similar to the Touch Mode gameplay part, players will be required to hold down the buttons for the thicker lines. The rainbow colored parts can be done by rotating the Circle Pad in circles. There are also 2 Line parts that require both uses of the A, B, X, and Y buttons along with directional buttons, at the same time. The game also features a mini-game based on the Puyo Puyo series, known as "Puyo Puyo 39".[2][3] The "My Room" and "Augmented Reality" feature also return in this game.

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Deluxe/DX[edit]

An updated version of Project Mirai 2 intended for worldwide release, Project Mirai Deluxe/DX makes the following changes:

  • All videos were removed, and replaced with newly created real-time animations
  • One new song was added
  • Some charts were slightly modified
  • Six songs were given exclusive new higher-difficulty charts
  • A new mini-game based on Reversi.

Song List[edit]

There are 48 songs (79 if different singers is counted).

20 (30) songs are brand new while 28 (49) songs are from previous games.

Song List
Song Name Performed By Producer
Finder (DSLR remix - re:edit) (ファインダー (DSLR remix - re:edit), Faindaa (DSLR remix- re:edit)) Hatsune Miku kz
Sweet Magic (スイートマジック, Suiito Majikku) Kagamine Rin Junky
Deep Sea Girl (深海少女, Shinkai Shoujo) Hatsune Miku Yuuyu-P
Animal Fortune-telling (どうぶつ占い, Doubutsu Uranai) Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
or
Megurine Luka
or
MEIKO
Scop
Terekakushi Shishunki (テレカクシ思春期) Kagamine Len
or
KAITO
HoneyWorks
The World is Mine (ワールドイズマイン, Waarudo Izu Main) Hatsune Miku ryo
Amatsu Kitsune (アマツキツネ) Kagamine Rin marasy
Ageage Again (アゲアゲアゲイン, Ageage Agein) Hatsune Miku Mitchie M
Clover♣Club (クローバー♣クラブ, Kuroobaa♣Kurabu) Hatsune Miku Yuuyu-P
Yumeyume (new PV) (ゆめゆめ (新 PV), Yumeyume (Shin PV)) Hatsune Miku DECO*27
Doremifa Rondo (ドレミファロンド) Hatsune Miku 40meterP
reverse rainbow (逆さまレインボー, Sakasama Reinboo) Kagamine Rin
Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
Kagamine Len
or
Megurine Luka
Hatsune Miku
Sunzriver-P
KONEKO NO PAYAPAYA (子猫のパヤパヤ) Hatsune Miku
MEIKO
Onecup-P
Hello/How are you? (ハロ/ハワユ, Haro/Hawayu) Hatsune Miku Hoehoe-P
Kokoro (ココロ) Kagamine Rin Travolta-P
PIANO*GIRL Hatsune Miku OSTER Project
Happy Synthesizer (ハッピーシンセサイザ, Happii Shinsesaiza) Megurine Luka
Gumi
EasyPop
SING&SMILE Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
or
Kagamine Len
or
Megurine Luka
or
KAITO
or
MEIKO
Re:nG
1/6 -out of the gravity- Hatsune Miku Vocaliod-P
Mousou Sketch (妄想スケッチ, Mousou Suketchi) Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
40meterP
Signal-P (Rin ver.)
1925 Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
or
Kagamine Len
or
Megurine Luka
or
KAITO
or
MEIKO
T-POCKET
Matryoshka (マトリョシカ, Matoryoshika) Hatsune Miku
Gumi
Hachi
Cendrillon (サンドリヨン, Sandoriyon) Hatsune Miku
KAITO
Signal-P
Adolescence (アドレサンス, Adoresansu) Kagamine Rin
Kagamine Len
Signal-P
on the rocks MEIKO
KAITO
OSTER Project
No Logic Megurine Luka JimmyThumb-P
Hello, Planet. (*ハロー、プラネット。, *Haroo, Puranetto.) Hatsune Miku sasakure.UK
Romeo and Cinderella (ロミオとシンデレラ, Romio to Shinderera) Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
or
Megurine Luka
doriko
LOL -lots of laugh- Hatsune Miku Ken
Senbonzakura (千本桜) Hatsune Miku Kurousa-P
Aku no Musume (悪ノ娘) Kagamine Rin Akuno-P
Aku no Meshitsukai (悪ノ召使) Kagamine Len Akuno-P
Snowman (スノーマン, Sunooman) KAITO
or
Kagamine Len
Halyosy
Invisible (インビジブル, Inbijiburu) Gumi
Kagamine Rin
Kemu
Gaikotsu Gakudan to Lilia (骸骨楽団とリリア) Hatsune Miku Tohma
ARIFURETA SEKAI SEIFUKU (ありふれたせかいせいふく) Hatsune Miku Pinocchio-P
Electric Love (エレクトリック・ラブ, Erekutorikku Rabu) Hatsune Miku Hachioji-P
Melancholic (メランコリック, Merankorikku) Kagamine Rin Junky
1 2 Fanclub (いーあるふぁんくらぶ, Ii Aru Fankurabu) Gumi
Kagamine Rin
Mikito-P
Electric Angel (えれくとりっく・えんじぇぅ, Erekutorikku Enjeu) Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
or
Megurine Luka
Yasuo-P
Interviewer (インタビュアー, Intabyuaa) Megurine Luka
or
Hatsune Miku
Kuwagata-P
Tricolore Airline (トリコロール・エア・ライン, Torikorooru Ea Rain) Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
or
Megurine Luka
or
MEIKO
Atsuzou-kun
Piano x Forte x Scandal (ピアノxフォルテxスキャンダル, Piano x Forute x Sukyandaru) MEIKO
or
Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
or
KAITO
OSTER Project
Kimi no Taion (君の体温) Hatsune Miku Kuwagata-P
glow Hatsune Miku keeno
Nice To Meet You, Mr. Earthling (はじめまして地球人さん, Hajimemashite Chikyuujin-san) Hatsune Miku Pinocchio-P
Watashi no jikan (私の時間) Hatsune Miku
or
Kagamine Rin
or
Kagamine Len
Kuchibashi-P
shake it! Hatsune Miku
Kagamine Rin
Kagamine Len
emon
  • Songs with a gray background are returning songs from previous games.
  • Songs with a yellow background are songs exclusive to Project Mirai Deluxe.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX delayed to September". Gematsu. Retrieved 2016-09-21.
  2. ^ "[Hatsune Miku Project mirai 2] Puyo Puyo Minigame Gameplay". YouTube. 2013-12-29. Retrieved 2016-09-21.
  3. ^ "[初音ミク Project Mirai 2 ぷよぷよ39! 連鎖集] Puyo Puyo 39! (Chain Voice+Animation) [3DS". YouTube. 2013-11-27. Retrieved 2016-09-21.

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