Miracle Girls Festival (Japanese)
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Sega will be releasing an all new anime-girl rhythm game for the PlayStation Vita due out this December 17th in Japan. The title's rhythm gameplay will utilize the same engine that has been used in the Project Diva series of games.
Miracle Girls Festival will include both songs and characters from a number of popular series like YuriYuri,Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova, KINMOZA!, and a number of others (10+ series total!).
Thus far Sega has detailed the game's 'Tour Mode', where players become the concert director and develop different concerts across six locations. Tour organization takes place in days, and when you've completed all the days for a tour a new tour with higher difficulty settings will be made available.
Players will be able to choose and perform set lists, where the primary objective is to reach a certain quota of audience members. By performing songs players will be rewarded with 'Miracle Coins,' based on how well the performance was. These coins can be used to unlock even more songs! The further you progress in the game the more songs you'll unlock and be able to freely edit into your set lists.
|Original Name||奇蹟女孩歌舞祭典 (日文版)|
|Official Release Date||Dec 17, 2015|
|Genre||Music & Party|
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|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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You geat that great project diva gameplay here but the song selection is not very good and there's only 22 songs (diva games usually have 40+)
Wouldn't really recommend to this unless you are really into the shows that are featured in the game.
Great Game, SEGA English Please
It's a pretty enjoyable game for fans of the anime
There is no English option, however the menus are very straight forward to figure out, so playing it is no problem (though you wont be able understand the story!)
It helps that I know a few of the referenced series going in and seeing the songs performed in a rhythm game is a lot of fun.
I had originally purchased this as a gift but after seeing it I decided I needed a copy for myself! Very enjoyable.
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