Kadokawa's YouTube anime channel today posted a promotional video to announce the upcoming manga and live-action film adaptations of Rerulili's popular vocaloid song sung by Hatsune Miku and GUMI, "Nou Shou Sakuretsu Girl" (Spinal Fluid Explosion Girl). Check the clip with the latest information after the jump.
Wagakki Band is a 8-member Japanese rock band featuring wagakki (traditional Japanese musical instruments). Their first live DVD/Blu-ray "Vocalo Zanmai Dai Ensoukai" will be released in Japan on November 26. Check the 9-minute trailer for the disc featuring popular vocaloid songs after the jump.
Hatsune Miku mania continues to run wild and the hits keep coming from Vocaloid music producer Keeno. Watch a new PV that showcases Miku’s virtual golden pipes after the jump!
In honor of November 5th's 10th anniversary of the introduction of Meiko, the first Japanese Vocaloid and first Vocaloid with an official Avatar, Sega's Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade Future Tone is adding "Nostalogic" by yuukiss in its November update and featuring a special Meiko medley music video running on the machines. Check this out after the jump.
Attendees of the Crypton panel at the recent New York Comic Con were treated to an English version of "Just Be Friends," along with a teaser silhouette and news that V3 of the Megurine Luka Vocaloid software is planned for the first quarter of 2015. She'll be followed by a V3 of the Lin and Ren pair, due in the third quarter of the year. More after the jump.
Japanese manga artist Harold Sakuishi is best known for his rock band-themed BECK series, which had a 26-episode TV anime adaptation and a live-action film. He recently draws CD cover illustrations for the two Vocaloid compilation albums, "Download feat. Hatsune Miku" and "Upload feat.Vocalist." Check his arts after the jump.
Poor IA/VT Colorful, it just can't seem to make it to launch. The Marvelous AQL rhythm game from Senran Kagura's Kenichiro Takaki was originally set to launch on July 31 before a delay pushed it back to fall. Now another delay has been announced, shoving the PS Vita title all the way to 2015. Read on for more.
Popular vocaloid song producer Mitchie M has posted a full version promotional video for his new Hatsune Miku song "Burenai ai de" featuring a new 3D model Miku created by Kasoku Sato. The song is now used for the AR campaign for Rohto Pharmaceutical's new eye drops "Digi Eye." Check the latest Miku dance after the jump.
Top Vocaloid tunesmith Hachioji-P has a new LP slated for release next week in Japan. And to help spread the word, the full length (and fully animated) PV for “Carry Me Off” starring Hatsune Miku has now been revealed. Watch after the jump!