Fei-Yen and Miku merge = A great virtual cyber woman


It's cool that Sega is just as excited as cross-promoting its franchises as Namco Bandai, perhaps moreso. Why? Because if it wasn't, we wouldn't get this awesome crossover figure between Hatsune Miku and Sega's classic Vitual On Cyber Troopers robo-fighter.

Here you can see the virtual diva dolled up in a module that makes her look like Fei-Yen, the "girl" mecha from Virtual On, also known as the best mecha from Virtual On. Apologies to Arphamd The Hatter and series poster boy Temjin.

The figure, part of Bandai's Composite ver. Ka line, is based on one of her costumes from the recently released Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend PSP rhythm game, and includes translucent leeks, armor plating, and an unbearably cute look.

Seriously, the virtual idol has a costume that already looks like a Gallian militia uniform from Valkyria Chronicles. All she needs are costumes that make her look like Sonic the Hedgeho--Oh, wait. Well, how about Ulala from Space Channe--Oh. So maybe she needs one from P.N. 03--Oh.

How about costumes for her friends, maybe something for Kagamine Rin that channels the gunslinging girl from Resonance of Fa--oh. Oh, Sega. That's awesome.

The figure is out sometime this month, for a cool 5,000 Yen.

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