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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone lands in Japan on June 23. That’s a really good bit of news in itself, with the excellent Project Diva X only just released in Japan (and still not available in the west) I thought we would be waiting much, much longer for this game than that. And this game is shaping up to be really special stuff, incidentally; between two different “versions”, we’re going to get 220 music tracks of Miku goodness to play with.

Related reading: My massive review of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X.
But it just got even better.

Over in Japan you’ll be able to buy Hatsune Miku limited edition PlayStation 4 units. They look like this:

These come in a wide variety of flavours, and prices start from around $400. You can check out Gematsu for the full breakdown.

Incidentally, you’ll also be able to buy the faceplates themselves to decorate your vanilla PlayStation if you’d like. Those will set you back around $30, with more details in the above link.

So… who wants to buy me the one on the bottom left? I’ll love you forever if you do!

– Matt S.
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