Last week was truly special for the Hatsune Miku fans: she performed “Sharing The World” on David Letterman’s talk show and had a special art exhibition in New York. During the event, Square Enix revealed a collaboration between Tetsuya Nomura and Hatsune Miku, where Nomura had designed and illustrated a variants arts figure of her. Alongside the figure, Square Enix’s talented Visual Works studio had created a short movie for the Japanese humanoid superstar. Today, we are bringing you even more details behind this surprise collaboration with high resolution artwork!
Thanks to Siliconera‘s translation from Game Jouhou, we are able to share Nomura’s thoughts on the project. Previously the Kingdom Hearts director told the Hatsune Miku project was something he personally accepted and he really enjoyed working on it. Because of this, Nomura hopes the next announcement would be a game! That’s right! There could be a possibility for a new Hatsune Miku game, if the Vocaloid producers at Crypton Future Media are satisfied by his drawings and Visual Works’ CG animation. Tetsuya Nomura is currently planning the development with the producer Shinji Hashimoto, but Nomura’s schedule is booked with other projects as far as 2019, so we shouldn’t expect the game anytime soon.
What kind of a Hatsune Miku game would you like to see Square Enix producing? A JRPG? A rhythm game? Hit the comments section or tweet us!