Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix
I won’t say this is a bad release, had it predated Future Tone it would probably be widely considered great, it just came at the wrong time and has some limitations.
Mega Mix offers a lot for Switch owners to enjoy, even if the title doesn't live up to the standard the series has set for itself
It's hard to go wrong with Hatsune Miku and all the other Vocaloids in one of the most enjoyable rhythm titles on Switch. Although everything about how to play is simple at face value, it gets more challenging the higher the difficulty goes and constantly challenges one's rhythm and ability to be alert without getting distracted.
As a stand out in the Project DIVA series with its notable additions of customisation options, MegaMix is welcoming to newcomers with accessible and adaptable difficulty, and for fans who are craving a new experience in the series with the exclusive Mix mode.
If you want Hatsune Miku on the go this is a great option to add to your library.
For the series debut on the Nintendo Switch, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix does a fantastic job at offering an enjoyable experience for players new and old.
Like its predecessor, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix is astounding.
If you like tapping to the beat while colorful Vocaloid characters dance around, this game has a lot of that. However, if you're looking for a story mode, a campaign, or anything beyond an excuse to tap to the beat, this isn't the game for you. It does one thing and one thing quite well, and for me, it'll do.
Whether you’re a series fan or a newcomer looking for the perfect entry point, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix fits the bill.
Future Tone players can pass on this, but this still comes highly recommended to Switch owners and anyone desperate for portable Miku. Just be sure to wait and buy at a discount.