3D rhythm action with 48 of your favorite tracks.
Hatsune Miku has been slowly creeping her way into my heart with her releases on the PS3 and Vita, finally letting me experience the rhythm based challenging gameplay that Japanese players have been playing for years prior. Up until now though, at least in the US, Miku was only available on Sony consoles, though with her latest release, Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX, she finally makes her debut on Nintendo's handheld, the 3DS. For those that never experienced the greatness of the Miku series, it's a rhythm game filled with original songs featuring various Vocaloids including Hatsune Miku and others, which tasks players to press buttons corresponding with the button prompts on screen. The 3DS version is, for the most part, similar to Sony's counterpart,... Read Review