Hatsune Miku and the rest of her vocaloid pals are leaving the confines of Sony’s PlayStation and Vita systems for Nintendo.
SEGA announced today that Hatsune Miku: Project MIRAI Remix, which is an enhanced version of Japan-exclusive Project MIRAI 2, will come to the Nintendo 3DS in the West sometime next year.
The rhythm game will allow players to use buttons or touch controls, with the ability to customize button icons, sounds, character costumes and decorate their character’s rooms. Additionally, the game will use StreetPass to allow players to share personalized cards where they can include customized dance routines, phrases and comments. There will also be some form of AR card and photo fuctionality.
“Hatsune Miku’s popularity in the West keeps growing, and we are proud to support such an amazing franchise with our games,” said John Cheng, President and COO, SEGA of America.
In March, SEGA announced that Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f 2nd would release later in the year on PlayStation 3 and Vita. Project MIRAI Remix will mark the third Miku release in the West.