Kagamine Rin/Len V4 is slated to be released in December, and the latest preview of this new version of the Vocaloid software, and specifically its V4X Len Serious database, is offered by "The Third Winter" from LELELEP. Check it out after the jump.
Light novelist Hitoma Iruma has created a new book based on the Vocaloid song "The Weekend is Coming!", which juxtaposes young love with the end of the world. Hit the jump to learn more.
Hatsune Miku's 39ch has demoed version 4 of the Kagamine Rin and Len Vocaloid software with "Tokyo Zombieland" from Jesus-P (WONDERFUL☆OPPORTUNITY!), featuring the V4X POWER(β) voices for the twins. Check it out after the jump.
Crypton Future Media is planning something special for the 10th anniversary of KAITO, their Vocaloid virtual idol based on voice samples from Naoto Fūga. Hit the jump to check out the teaser website.
Following on from the previously released Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka comes 1/7th scale figures of Kagamine Rin and Len based on the illustration of the Vocaloids by popular illustrator Tony. The Max Factory figures, distributed by Good Smile Company, aim to faithfully preserve the art in figure form through gentle colors and translucent parts. More after the jump.
Ever since Super Mario Maker for Wii U debuted, people have been hard at work creating impressive levels for others to enjoy. It looks like one creator, however, opted instead to make a level that plays music, particularly "Senbonzakura (A Thousand Cherry Blossoms)" from everyone's favorite digital diva, Hatsune Miku. Hit the jump to see more!
Crypton Future Media is getting in the spirit of Halloween with a new music album called "Gothic & Horror", which features Vocaloid songs with a distinctly macabre sensibility. Hit the jump to learn more.
Welovefine, an American manufacturer of clothing and characters goods, is releasing a plush backpack shaped like the world's most famous virtual idol: Hatsune Miku. Hit the jump to check it out.
There aren't that many rhythm games on 3DS, so getting a new one is an event! Danika got a chance to play Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX, but how does it stand compared to the big-sister Project DIVA series? Does it lose anything in the jump to 3DS? Check out our full review after the jump!
Crypton Future Media has announced the first Japanese tour for the "Hatsune Miku Expo" concert series, featuring dates in Fukuoka, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, and Tokyo. Hit the jump to learn more.