Project DIVA-like Miracle Girls Festival announced for PS Vita

Featuring the girls of Yuru Yuri, Wake Up, Girls, and more.

Miracle Girls Festival

Sega has announced Miracle Girls Festival, a tentatively titled PS Vita rhythm game that brings together the girls from a number of different anime, due out this winter in Japan.

The game’s rhythm parts use the same engine as Sega’s Project DIVA games. Players will press the Circle, X, Triangle, and Square buttons in combination with the d-pad to match the on-screen indications.

Miracle Girls Festival Miracle Girls Festival

Miracle Girls Festival Miracle Girls Festival

As you match the button presses, the girls will dance on illuminated stages with big monitors and enthusiastic crowds.

Series slated to appear in the game include:

  • Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova
  • Engaged to the Unidentified
  • Go! Go! 575
  • Kiniro Mosaic
  • Nourin
  • Nyaruko: Crawling with Love F
  • Tesagure! Bukatsumono
  • Vividred Operation
  • Wake Up, Girls!
  • Yuru Yuri

Here’s how the girls of Yuru Yuri appears:

Mirale Girls Festival

If you hadn’t guessed, this is the collaboration Sega teased for debut at AnimeJapan this weekend. The game will be playable at Sega’s booth.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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