Aaron Webber (Assistant Community Manager, Sega of America), announced this news over at the Playstation Blog and insists that you are not dreaming.
"That’s right. You’re not dreaming. We believed in all of you and we asked for your support – and you gave it to us without reservation. It was your supportive comments, your encouraging words at every place we showed the game, and your drive that made all the difference. Some of you bought the game twice – others three or even four times. But whether you picked it up once or four times, all of you helped make Miku a success, and still do. Thank you so much for that."This new title is heading to the PS3 and Vita later this year and features similar, but improved gameplay. The game will contain 40 songs. "This is a collection of the best new songs, and some of the most loved classic songs, previously only available in the Japanese releases."
Along side the 40 songs and the four difficulties for each Rhythm Game, the Edit Mode makes a return. With this you have the freedom to great your own Rhythm Games and videos using in game assets which you can share with the world!
And the best new? The game is coming to Europe in a physical release - everyone's memory cards breathed a sign of relief!