Due out in North America, Europe, and Asia in 2015, the game is an enhanced version of Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai 2, which launched in Japan last November. It marks the first release of the Project Mirai series outside of Japan, as well as its first appearance on a Nintendo platform outside the country.
The game features characters rendered in stereoscopic 3D, button and touch rhythm game modes, and three difficulties per song.
Players will be able to customize button icons and sounds, character costumes, and gear for character rooms, as well as create and share personalized player cards, dance routines, musical phrases, and personalized comments about in-game videos via StreetPass.
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai Remix will also make use of the Nintendo handheld’s AR card and photo capabilities.