Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix confirmed for a western launch on the Nintendo Switch



Securing a release in North America is the latest Hatsune Miku game. Originally revealed last month in Japan as Project DIVA Mega39's, SEGA of America will be localizing the game for the west with the title of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix. Fan-favorites, remixes, and brand new compositions will combine to create a songlist of 101 different tracks for the game. Mega Mix will also include a special Mix Mode, which lets you play songs using the motion controls of the Switch Joy-Cons. The Japanese version is slated for a release on February 13, 2020, while the English translation will follow later that same year.
 

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Man, SEGA haven't released a proper Project Diva game on PC yet, and Switch users already got a game for themselves.
I'm starting to lose hope.

Play the arcade games ... they run natively on PC.
Won't get any better than that anyway.
 

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You aren't suggesting he use TeknoParrot are you? Isn't that program shady as fuck?
Well, if you don't want to use TeknoParrot you can also use DivaLoader and that other one whose name I can't remember
 

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I hope the button options are similar to what they had in Project Mirai DX. In that game it let me change the colors of each face button, so I changed them to match those of a PlayStation controller (B=Blue, A=Red, Y=Pink, X=Green). Helped me out a bunch since I was already used to that control scheme.
 

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I hope the button options are similar to what they had in Project Mirai DX. In that game it let me change the colors of each face button, so I changed them to match those of a PlayStation controller (B=Blue, A=Red, Y=Pink, X=Green). Helped me out a bunch since I was already used to that control scheme.
That option is so useful to be honest.
If you're not color blind, you develop some muscle memory reacting to colors.

I was way too used to the color scheme of the Japanese Project Mirai 2, it was great that when I bought the western version of Project Mirai DX I was able to change the color scheme back to that used by Project Mirai 2.
 
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