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Project SEKAI COLORFUL STAGE! feat. Hatsune Miku (often shortened to 'Project SEKAI') is a rhythm game developed for iOS and Android. The game is a collaboration between SEGA, Craft Egg, Colorful Palette, and Crypton Future Media. The game was released on September 30, 2020 for iOS and Android devices.

The Taiwanese version of the game was released on September 30, 2021. The English version of the game was released on December 7, 2021, under the name "Hatsune Miku COLORFUL STAGE".

History

Japanese Version

On September 5, 2020, the Project SEKAI Colorful Stage! Rehearsal Edit was released, showcasing the rhythm game itself, along with the Virtual Live room, where players can interact with one another. On the first day of release, it featured Hibana, Sweet Magic, and Tell Your World, each having all five levels of beatmap difficulty. The demo ended on September 11th, 2020, and has not been playable since then.

The game was released on September 30, 2020. Pre-registration was originally set to begin in late April, but it was delayed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, at the fifth Project Sekai livestream, it was announced pre-registration will start on July 22. For reaching various preregistration milestones, there would be rewards for everyone who downloaded the game from then on.

Taiwanese Version

The official site, Facebook and Instagram accounts were all announced on August 31, 2021. A beta version, also released on August 31, 2021, was held for a limited amount of Android users. The server ultimately closed a week after on September 7.

The game was released on September 30, 2021 with the game's version immediately on version 1.7. Available only in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, there will also be a release of the game to Mainland China, South Korea, and Southeast Asian regions in 2022.

English Version

The official site, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts were all announced on August 31, 2021. An open beta test began on October 4, 2021 and ended on October 19 of the same year. The following week, the full release date was confirmed to be December 7, 2021.

Korean Version

On March 8, 2021, the pre-register of the Korean server of game was released. A beta version was open from April 7 to April 14, 2022. The full version will release on May 20, 2022.

Story

Ichika looking up to Miku.

The game is set in Shibuya, Tokyo. A girl named Hoshino Ichika walks through the streets and sees an LCD screen displaying Hatsune Miku.

Upon returning home, she discovers a song named "Untitled" on her smartphone. Out of curiosity, Ichika plays the song, only to be surrounded by a white light and transported to an unknown place. Miku stands in front of Ichika, welcoming her to her SEKAI and inviting her to sing together.

Characters

Virtual Singers

The game features Crypton's Piapro characters: Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, and MEIKO. These characters take the form of VIRTUAL SINGER (formerly known as VOCALOID).

Groups

The game features 20 new characters that are split up into 5 groups: Leo/need, MORE MORE JUMP!, Vivid BAD SQUAD, Wonderlands x Showtime, and 25-ji, Nightcord de. Each of the groups has one or more Virtual Singer(s) advising them.

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VIRTUAL SINGER
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Leo/need
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MORE MORE JUMP!
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Vivid BAD SQUAD
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Wonderlands x Showtime
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25-ji, Nightcord de.

System

Real World and SEKAI

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Players can switch between locations in the real world and SEKAI. You can travel between the two worlds using "Untitled" songs.

Conversations are voiced and animated using Live2D.

New Rhythm Game System

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Players have to tap, slide and flick to match new free-form rhythm notes. Colorful Palette wanted to create a game everyone could play, regardless of skill.

Preview of a 2DMV

Preview of a 2DPV

The game features many VOCALOID songs. Players can switch between the original VOCALOID versions and Project SEKAI versions, sung by the game's characters.

Some songs have 3DPVs, but players can also switch to a 2D background during gameplay. Not every song will have a 3DPV. This is because there's a huge variety of VOCALOID songs and not every song can be accompanied by dancers.

Preview of alive, the winner song of the 1st song contest

A list of currently playable songs can be found here. New songs are being added on a regular basis, with covers of classic VOCALOID songs as well as new songs commissioned for the game. On February 25, 2020, a song contest was held, the winning song appearing in the game with a 2DPV. Submissions were open until April 30, 2020, and the results of the contest were revealed at the first Project SEKAI livestream.

The winner was Ichinose Lupo, with the song alive, sung by Rin. Song contests are still being held, and there are currently 10 contest winning songs playable in game.

Costumes

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There are a variety of wearable costumes available in Project SEKAI, along with color variations. A full list of costumes can be found here. Costumes can be obtained through purchasing a Premium Mission Pass or by pulling a 4✰ event card.

In November 2019, a costume design contest was held. Two designs would be chosen; one for girls and one for boys, to appear in-game.The winners were Koha22 (girls' design) and Ei-Flow (boys' design).

Costume design contests are regularly held one or two months. These costumes can be purchased using paid crystals or with real life currency.

Gameplay

Project SEKAI includes two types of lives, #Solo Lives and #Multi Lives. You will need to use five cards of any of the 26 playable characters.

Solo Live

In a Solo Live, you can choose any song along with the vocals for the song of your choice, whether if it's the VIRTUAL SINGER version, SEKAI version, or Another Vocal (or "Cover") version. There are 3 note types in game: flick notes, tap notes and hold notes.

Multi Live

In a Multi Live (or "Co-Op Live"), there are two rooms available: the General Room, available to everyone, and the Pro Room, available to players with a talent of 150000 or more. Pro Room lives receive more rewards than General Room ones. You can also make a private room and invite your friends to play with you, making the room private or public. The gameplay is the same as a Solo Live, except that the song is chosen randomly from the selections of all five players. You can not replay or pause in a Multi Live.

Live Boosts

Live Boosts are items that boost the rewards, EXP, and event points you obtain after a live. You can use up to 10 boosts per live during an event.

Difficulties

There are 5 levels of difficulty:

  • Easy
  • Normal
  • Hard
  • Expert
  • Master (Locked)
To unlock Master difficulty, you must to beat the song on Expert difficulty with less than 7 GOOD notes.

Virtual Live

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A virtual room

A Virtual Live is a digital live concert using 3D models, similar to Augmented Reality (AR) or a Vocaloid Concert

Watch your favorite groups perform with fellow players from all around the world. Encourage the performers with your penlight and items.

Before a live starts, you can talk with other players in the lobby using chat and emotes. In the lobby is a Virtual Coin shop where you can buy avatar costumes, penlights, and actions. Avatar changes must be done before entering the live room.

10 minutes before a live begins, the live room will open. The live will start at the hour displayed on the ticket in the virtual room menu. In the live room, you can send items, use emotes, change the color of your penlight, and perform actions. When the live has finished, you can leave and claim rewards from attending the live.

Trivia

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