Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f is available today for digital download on PlayStation Network for the PS VITA in North America for $29.99 and available on March 12th across Europe. Get a look at the launch trailer after the jump.
January brought us a huge digest trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd. Now the rhythm game sequel is playing catch-up with an updated look at the tracks in a trailer that busts out 36 songs in quick snippets. Dance along to the tracklist past the jump.
After Jakarta received the highest vote count in the "Help Us Find You!" campaign on MIKUBOOK.com", the city was chosen to be the destination for Hatsune Miku's first official event Indonesia. The planned Hatsune Miku Expo will feature exhibitions, company booths, live concerts and more. Check out the promo after the jump.
kz (livetune) today posted a full promotional video for "DECORATOR," the leading track from his upcoming 7-song mini album "DECORATOR EP" on the unit's official YouTube channel. SEGA and Wakamura P collaborate for the PV featuring dancing Miku's cute animation. Check the PV after the jump.
A special edition of Otona no Kagaku (Science for Adults) is offering an interesting project. The “DSX-39″ Pocket Miku is a keyboard that uses a eVocaloid “NSX-1″ audio chip to play sample Miku sounds. More after the jump.
Sega announced more release details for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f, which is bringing the rhythm game fun to PS Vita in the west. The portable entry will debut in North America on March 4, with Europe following not too far behind on March 12. Read on for more.
Popular female vocaloid song creator OSTER Project will release her latest album "Attractive Museum" from a newly-launched label Subcul-rise Record on April 23. The 14-song album includes a 20-minute long tune "Music Wizard of OZ" in the end. Check the animated promotional video for the latest vocaloid musical after the jump!
Following "Mono Poisoner" early this month, popular vocaloid song creator DECO*27 posted a promotional video for his next new Hatsune Miku song "Ojyamamushi/Stickybug" yesterday. The song will be included in his forthcoming Miku-featured album "Conti New." Check the song after the jump.
From the middle of last month through March 31, Tokyo's Haneda Airport is hosting a Miku Wing Shop with exclusive merchandise and a life sized statue of the vocaloid (and apparently her monster hands). In a special video, Miku's 39ch has posted a look at the figure's construction. Get a look after the jump.
If all the songs in last month's massive digest trailer weren't enough for you, this week's issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu confirms a couple more tracks for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd. Hit the jump for more.
As you know, March 9 is Hatsune Miku's day in Japan, since we can pun on "mi" for 3 and "ku" for 9 in Japanese. As part of the celebration for the day, Tsutaya, one of the largest Japanese video rental/bookstore chains, will release fashionable earphones named "mikuzip♪" designed after Miku. Check the details after the jump.
To promote the upcoming release of the "Isao Tomita Symphony Ihatov” Blu-ray in Japan, Nippon Columbia has posted a 3 minutes 30 seconds digest video on its official YouTube channel. The video features the singer Hatsune Miku's clear images and a special anime footage created by KAGAYA for the disc. Check the clip after the jump.