Hatsune Miku fans have been fairly well served on Switch, with the excellent Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix giving Vocaloid devotees a generous helping of over 100 super cool tracks to dig into in one of our favourite rhythm games on Nintendo’s console. Seriously, listen to the absolutely nonsensical pop masterpiece ‘PoPiPo‘ once and it’ll be in your head for the rest of your days, in a good way.
The recently released Hatsune Miku – The Planet of Wonder and Fragments is, without wanting to be too harsh, about as far removed from the glorious arcade magic of Project DIVA as it’s perhaps possible to get. This budget minigame spin-off takes Miku and a handful of her pals and crash-lands them on a planet full of cuddly animals who need help.
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