Hatsune Miku: COLORFUL STAGE! set for December 7 launch

Hatsune Miku: COLORFUL STAGE! launches December 7 for iOS and Android platforms worldwide. Developed by CyberAgent’s Colorful Palette and published by SEGA, the mobile rhythm game follows a large cast of characters as they navigate the world as Virtual Singers.

A new trailer showcases the different musical groups in the game. With a cast of twenty characters, the player can follow along the journeys of five bands with different styles of music.

The groups:

  • Leo/need—Formed by a group of four high schoolers, Ichika Hosino wishes to overcome her strained friendships with her childhood friends by sharing music and memories together.
  • MORE MORE JUMP!—United together with retired former idols who have already witnessed the reality of the idol world, Minori Hanasato reaches for what she has always dreamed of: becoming an idol.
  • Vivid Bad SQUAD—With a passion for street dancing, Kohane Azusawa joins together with a dance crew to surpass the legends of their genre.
  • Wonderlands x Showtime—Working at the once-popular theater “Wonder Stage”, Tsukasa Tenma joins with Emu Ootori to restore the theater back to its glory days.
  • Nightcord at 25:00—Without knowing each other’s names and faces, Kanade Yoisaki forms an underground music circle with her friends online over a voice chat app.

While playing the game, players can experience fully-animated 3D music videos with a variety of music to listen to. The game also offers the opportunity to participate in virtual live performances from the bands in-game and engage with online events and a rewards system.

Hatsune Miku: COLORFUL STAGE! was initially released September 30, 2020 for two weeks in Japan for public beta testing. With over 60,000 players on both platforms, the game was a complete success. Fans of Hatsune Miku and music overall will be sure to enjoy this fun, bright rhythm game for iOS and Android.

Via, Gematsu.

Erin Vieira

Writer, artist, cosplayer, D&D player, Final Fantasy lover, and Bayonetta enthusiast Erin Vieira says that although they were born amongst mortals, someday they will exist as an unknown entity of the void. There will still be video games there, of course.
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