Translation: ā€œSomething electronic-tinged in Japaneseā€

With more than 200 songs and over 300 costumes to collect, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone is so big Sega had to split it into two rhythm games, and both are coming to North America and European PS4 on January 10.

Itā€™s the largest collection of music from Japanā€™s virtual Diva to grace consoles, comprised of two downloadable packages that can be played alone or merged together into one massive thing. The ā€œFuture Soundā€ package contains songs from the Project Diva games, while the ā€œColorful Toneā€ pack centers around songs from the DS-centric Project Mirai games and Mikuā€™s Japanese arcade titles. The gameplay is similar to the Japanese arcade games, with difficulty levels extending far beyond anything weā€™ve seen in the West yet.

So many costumes. A ridiculous number, really.

Hereā€™s a vid of me playing the Japanese import earlier this year. Imagine this, only with less Japanese text.

Both ā€œFuture Soundā€ and ā€œColorful Toneā€ will be available on January 10 in North America for $29.99 apiece or $53.99 bundled together. European pricing depends on how the dollar is doing around that time. All things considered, weā€™re all really sorry about this, Europe. Hereā€™s a happy trailer to cheer you up.