Review: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix – This Digital Diva Is Perfectly At Home On Switch | Nintendo Life

Sweet Devil.

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix sees the world’s most famous virtual Vocaloid pop idol finally arrive on Nintendo Switch in an excellent portable version of the hit rhythm game series that includes a brand new Switch-exclusive art style, motion-control Mix Mode and touchscreen options that give players more ways than ever to bash along to the beat with 111 songs – including ten new tracks that are making their Project DIVA debuts here.

Gameplay in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix consists of pressing combinations of your controller’s buttons in time to the music, carefully matching your inputs to increasingly complex on-screen button prompts in order to successfully blast your way through songs. To clear a track here you’ll need to hit prompts with at least a “good” or “cool” rating in order to fill up a blue progress meter at the bottom of your screen so that it passes the 50% mark, whilst avoiding making so many errors that your green life bar empties – resulting in a fail. You’re constantly aware of your draining life bar as you mess up and songs often come to an exciting climax as you fight through tricky bonus point sections in order to nail some combos, reverse early errors and get that blue bar where it needs to be by the track’s end.

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