Seriously not joking about how much content is in Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX. But you can get a taste for it over on the full website for the game, which just launched here http://miku.sega.com/miraidx/!
There's a track listing, game guide, a place to check out all the rooms available in the game, and even a printable set of the AR cards! Check it out!
There's also some new information about the game available up on the SEGA blog
- some songs allow you to change performers on a vocal track
- this alters the character showing up in the video
- they will also sing the song
- this option isn’t available immediately
- complete songs on multiple levels and with various control schemes to unlock each one
- you'll sometimes have to play a song up to six times to open up every option
- for the song “Animal Fortune-telling”, Miku, Rin, Luka, and Meiko are vocal options
- Miku is available at the start
- to get the other three, beat it on Easy, Normal, and Hard on Button mode and Easy on Tap mode
“Animal Fortune-telling” – Miku, Rin, Luka, and Meiko
“Terekakushi Shishunki” – Len and Kaito
“reverse rainbow” – Miku and Rin, Rin and Len, and Miku and Luka
“Sing & Smile” – Miku, Rin, Len, Luka, Kaito, and Meiko
“Mousou Sketch” – Miku and Rin
“1925” – Miku, Rin, Len, Luka, Kaito, and Meiko
“Romeo and Cinderella” – Miku, Rin, and Luka
“Snowman” – Kaito and Len
“Electric Angel” – Miku, Rin, and Luka
“Interviewer” – Miku and Luka
“Tricolore Airline” – Miku, Rin, Luka, and Meiko
“PianoxFortexScandal” – Meiko, Miku, Rin, and Luka
“Watashi no Jikan” – Miku, Rin, and Len
The following comes from top competitive Smash player, Gonzalo “Zero” Barrios...
After thinking long and hard about it, I’m not going to Paragon 2015 anymore.
Ever since EVO I’ve felt a tremendous burn out in the game. I constantly push myself hard, and hard, and it’s taking a toll on me. I just can’t take it anymore. It’s really hard for me to sit down and practice like I used to because I’m just burned out from long hours of practice every day for most of this year.
Wondering what the monetary differences are with the mobile and 3DS versions of Pokemon Shuffle? Our friends at Dtoid have put together some handy comparison images to show you which version of the game is trying to get more pretty pennies out of your pocket.