Music fans around the world were suitably impressed by the appearance of Tupac Shakur onstage at the Coachella music festival on Sunday night – particularly because the musician has been dead for 16 years and was placed onstage thanks to hologram technology.
But it’s video games where she got her start – and SEGA reports that she’s been awfully popular over there, too. The company has shipped (not sold) more than 1 million units of the Project Diva series to date in Japan. That includes Project Diva, Project Diva 2nd and Project Diva Extend – all, so far, Japan-only releases.
If you’re a fan and would like to commemorate this milestone, head to this here survey and fill it out (it’s in Japanese, by the way). 390 randomly selected users will win a sparkly gold Hatsune Miku pin, while everybody who answers the questions will receive an exclusive PC desktop wallpaper.
Personally, I think a Western-release of the rhythm game would be better, but still. It’s a start. The survey runs until April 27th.