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Tetsuya Miku - Sony Cooperation & Square Enix Cooperation throw in big income to invested Japan virtual idol Hatsune Miku to become real character in the upcoming music video. This Video teaser was make by Square Enix game Designer Tetsuya Nomura.

Tetsuya Miku - Sony Cooperation & Square Enix Cooperation throw in big income to invested Japan virtual idol Hatsune Miku to become real character in the upcoming music video. This Video teaser was make by Square Enix game Designer Tetsuya Nomura.

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Skins are made up of ultra thin and superb vinyl material that is environmental friendly. Highly durable and prevent abrasions & scratching. Removal of skins will not leave any sticky residual This item also includes 2 controller skins. Make our life colorful, let's begin!

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 * In stock, usually ships within 24hrsHatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 is an upcoming rhythm music game for the 3DS, and is drawn and designed by popular illustrator Nekoita, capturing the game’s theme of a cute and perfectly round world. Mitchie M is confirmed to be the composer of the theme song; also included are all songs from Project Mirai, as well a the five currently confirmed songs: Adolescence, Cendrillon, Skeleton Orchestra and Lilia, and The Celestial…

Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 * In stock, usually ships within 24hrsHatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2 is an upcoming rhythm music game for the 3DS, and is drawn and designed by popular illustrator Nekoita, capturing the game’s theme of a cute and perfectly round world. Mitchie M is confirmed to be the composer of the theme song; also included are all songs from Project Mirai, as well a the five currently confirmed songs: Adolescence, Cendrillon, Skeleton Orchestra and Lilia, and The Celestial…

Black★Rock Shooter (feat.Hatsune Miku) - ryo - Definately one of the songs that a Vocaloid fan should know, and one of the most popular. Popular enough to gain its own anime and video game adaptations. The character in the video is not Miku, even though it is her voice. This character is the Black★Rock Shooter, designed by huke. I really enjoy the "gritty" or "grainy" look of the textures and overall art of the video, it does have a unique quality.

Black★Rock Shooter (feat.Hatsune Miku) - ryo - Definately one of the songs that a Vocaloid fan should know, and one of the most popular. Popular enough to gain its own anime and video game adaptations. The character in the video is not Miku, even though it is her voice. This character is the Black★Rock Shooter, designed by huke. I really enjoy the "gritty" or "grainy" look of the textures and overall art of the video, it does have a unique quality.

Here are a few screenshots of the Ivy Moulin module for Luka (designed by Rella), taken from the PlayStation Vita version of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X. While a lot of the modules in the game are recycled from the Project DIVA F games, some of the newer ones do stand out in terms of detail and design. It’ll be interesting to see how they look in the upcoming PlayStation 4 version.

Here are a few screenshots of the Ivy Moulin module for Luka (designed by Rella), taken from the PlayStation Vita version of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X. While a lot of the modules in the game are recycled from the Project DIVA F games, some of the newer ones do stand out in terms of detail and design. It’ll be interesting to see how they look in the upcoming PlayStation 4 version.

Hatsune Miku is Practically REAL with Square Enix’s Graphics Technology! The collaboration video between Crypton Future Media’s Vocaloid Hatsune Miku and game developer Square Enix designer Tetsuya Nomura that premiered at Hatsune Miku art exhibition “Universal Positivity”@Wallplay (Oct.9th-Oct. 19th), as a part of HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in New York, has been revealed. The video was produced by Visual Arts, Visual Works, the CG movie production department of Square Enix.

Hatsune Miku is Practically REAL with Square Enix’s Graphics Technology! The collaboration video between Crypton Future Media’s Vocaloid Hatsune Miku and game developer Square Enix designer Tetsuya Nomura that premiered at Hatsune Miku art exhibition “Universal Positivity”@Wallplay (Oct.9th-Oct. 19th), as a part of HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in New York, has been revealed. The video was produced by Visual Arts, Visual Works, the CG movie production department of Square Enix.

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