Swingin’ Report Show #45: Hatsune Miku Pre-E3 Xtravaganza

Hello and welcome to another exciting episode of the Swingin’ Report Show. This week George and Barry the Nomad discuss all the usual pre-E3 talk, along with our first thoughts on Sonic Lost Worlds, Hatsune Miku coming west and much more.

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  • Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F heading West

3 responses to “Swingin’ Report Show #45: Hatsune Miku Pre-E3 Xtravaganza

  1. matty says:

    I think you BROS are confusing the Project Diva games with the Nendoroid game on the 3DS starring Miku. The PS3 game was released months after after the Vita ver., so it has a few more additions.

    George, WHY IS IT RISKY? I don’t get it. Project Diva f is probably the cheapest and quickest buck SEGA is gonna make — EVER.
    Don’t get it twisted. I want ALL the Yakuza games to come over, believe that. If I were God, I would command SEGA West to localize them all, but I’m not. Hell, if this sells well I would think SEGA would consider more games to localize, like those Shining games, or the third game to that RPG that everyone got pissed off about when it was moved to the PSP.

    This game is gonna be so hot that SEGA West is going to change their name to Miku West. And the site name will change to MikuBits.com

  2. CrazyTails says:

    Not a fan of hatsune miku. But I am really happy for the fans I guess. She got one of the highest votes for DLC in sonic racing transformed. If that thing really ended up in the game, I imagine it could have sold well with the miku audience.

  3. CrazyTails says:

    About SEGA orbis and the animal filming remarks lol. All joking aside. I do think humanity needs to treat animals with more respect. Yaeh I am actually seriious about this. Dunno about SEGA and BBC, but discovery and national geographic channel go pretty far sometimes

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