Comment on Chrome Touts Hatsune Miku by Uzza:

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Uh… Yamaha have nothing to do with Miku. CFM owns Miku.

And I bet Google japan came to CFM and asked “Can we use Miku in a commercial, showing the movement while at the same time getting a Chrome pitch in”. Obviously they agreed, and the result is godlike.

Why is it so bad that Miku apears in a lot of places?
Are you one of those that thinks nobody else should be allowed to know about her, and you just want her for yourself?

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