September 25, 2023 – SEGA is happy to announce that as of September 25, 2023, iOS/Android rhythm adventure game HATSUNE MIKU: COLORFUL STAGE! is now live in the South-East Asia region (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines). Users with a Global version account can continue using their existing accounts.
The SEA Welcome Campaign is now underway to celebrate the South-East Asia region release, with in-game rewards available based on the number of logins and missions completed during the campaign period. We have also released an original illustration from Indonesian illustrator Mint-tan, drawn especially for the occasion.
In-game events previously held for the JP 2 Year Anniversary will also be coming soon to the Global version.
Please refer to the official HATSUNE MIKU: COLORFUL STAGE! Twitter (X) for all the latest on the game and campaigns.
HATSUNE MIKU: COLORFUL STAGE! – About the Game
A mysterious song named “Untitled” with no melody or lyrics has been passed around amongst the youth in Shibuya, Tokyo.
This song unlocks access to “SEKAI”, a mysterious place that allows everyone to discover their true emotions and songs.
HATSUNE MIKU: COLORFUL STAGE! features a cast of 20 original characters who form five groups to find their own music, getting help from Hatsune Miku and other VIRTUAL SINGERS along the way.
Select your own unit members and play through “Live Show” with 5 difficulties to choose from!
Tap, hold, and flick your way to the end to reach the highest score; earn XP and various items to level up your characters and unlock outfits.
For the rhythm game, you can choose to play Solo Shows or Co-op Shows—a collaborative mode where five players work together to aim for a high score.
■ SEA Welcome Campaign Now On!
A campaign is now underway to celebrate the South-East Asia region release, with in-game items to be distributed for clearing missions, reaching new login stretch goals, and more. We hope everyone will work together toward these goals!
■ South-East Asia Release Commemorative Illustration
We have also released a commemorative illustration from Indonesian artist Mint-tan to celebrate the launch of the South-East Asia version. This colorful artwork has a “welcome” message in various regional languages as well as their regional flowers.