Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX Review | GamingUnion

GamingUnion: A few years ago, publisher SEGA decided to take the risk on localizing the PlayStation Vita version of the original Project Diva F, which garnered critical acclaim and paved the waved for the sequel’s PS3 and PlayStation Vita versions to be released for western audiences. Both games were known for their mix of rhythm-based game play and colorful motion backgrounds. The publisher’s latest western release in the Hatsune Miku franchise, Project Mirai DX, takes that experience into a condensed, but not smaller-in-scope form, on the Nintendo 3DS. And while it might not be as hardcore technical-wise as the Project Diva games, it still manages to feel right at home on the platform.

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