Hatsune Miku Sings “Live and Learn” in Project Diva Extend’s Bonus CD

Those who buy the retail copy of Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend for the PSP when it hits stores in Japan on November 10th will be treated to a bonus soundtrack CD. Three of the the remixed tracks are from the Project Diva series and the other four are from various SEGA games, including “Live and Learn” from Sonic Adventure 2.

Here’s a list of the four SEGA tracks:

Live and Learn: From Sonic Adventure 2
Ignite Infinity: From Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity
Moshimo Kimi ga Negau no Nara: From Valkyria Chronicles 3
Love 14: From Virtual On

Source: Andriasang

23 Comments

  1. Huh, interesting! I believe someone made a cover of Dreams of an Absolution using her as well a few years back.

  2. It’s a shame that the Project DIVA games aren’t going to be released outside of Japan ever, I liked Project DIVA 2nd.

  3. Sounds awesome! I already heard a few Songs from Miku before so I’m very interested in how this all turns out.

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  4. *chokes* Ach! Okay! Wait… whoa whoa… WHAAAA!!!? o-o I’ve seen Sonic and MikuMiku Dance vids mixed, I’ve seen Danceroid dress as Vocaloid characters in front of a SEGA sreen at the Tokyo Game Show 2010. But I never expected something like THIS!

    And when the hell did Vocaloid promote Sonic Generations before!? (Then again Flunch and Simpsons are, Tony Hawk and other pro skaters had a contest in Sonic Generations’ name…) lol

    Well this is cool. I don’t really like all of Vocaloid’s songs but my friends like Vocaloid. And they’ve shown me some that sounded cool. 🙂

    1. So I take it that you didn’t know about that there is a module (costume) of Miku wearing the Sonic-hoodie for Project DIVA extend, then?

      http://bit.ly/us0Id9

      That module will definitively not only take as a promotion between Vocaloids & Sonic Generations, but for Sonic’s 20th Birthday.

  5. I heard the song a few moments ago: a bit plain, but was a nice try though. Now I wonder if anyone will try to remake it using her upcoming english voicebank.

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