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New Mega Drive Rhythm Game ‘Rhythm Land’ Due for Release Spring 2019

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

Japanese publisher Columbus Circle is releasing a new Mega Drive game called Rhythm Land. The title kind of gives it away, but this is a rhythm game in the Rhythm Heaven mould that features varied environments to interact with, all to the rhythm of a song. The soundtrack even features music from Yuzo Koshiro. Check out the trailer below which also features footage of the 8 bit version of Rhythm Land which is available for Famicom:

The game is due to release on the 15th of February 2019 and can be pre-ordered now through Amazon Japan for ¥6458 (roughly £45 at time of writing).

Space Channel 5 VR Set for Japanese PS4 Release

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

The previously arcade exclusive Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash is now coming to PS4 in Japan. There is currently no word on a Western release or even a solid release date, but a new trailer has gone live and showcases the game in action:

Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash is essentially a remake of the 1999 Dreamcast original, but now with a first person, VR perspective and added motion controls.

[Source: Push Square]

Review: Hatsune Miku Project Diva Future Tone

Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone is a PS4 port of the arcade title of the same name. If you’re not familiar with the arcade machine then the control setup is simplified to using just the Playstation face buttons for scoring the standard notes and a touch bar that lets you slide your finger across it to score slider notes. Every now and then you’ll have to score a combination of different notes together and advanced players can score hold notes and continue to combo other notes while still holding the hold note.

Click here to read our full review of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone for PS4.

Review: Hatsune Miku Project Diva X for PS Vita

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

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So here we are with Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X; the tenth title in the Project Diva series. That’s quite an impressive innings considering the franchise begun in 2009, but when you think about it, the core structure of these games has stayed pretty rigid since its inception so it must be pretty easy to tweak from game to game. Each title basically introduces you to a fresh playlist of songs to choose from and some additional mechanics that sometimes work well and sometimes don’t. So where does Project Diva X stand?

Click here to read the full review.

Video Spotlight: Project Diva X E3 Trailer

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

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We have a new trailer for the Western release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X. A whole host of new songs are featured in the trailer so take a look below:

Pre-ordering Project Diva X will give you access to a pre-order bonus. The game will come with a Project Diva X glasses pouch. Directly playing to us Miku nerds, eh SEGA?

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X launches in the West on the 30th of August 2016 on both PS Vita and PS4.

Project Diva X HD Releasing in Japan on August 25th

Thursday, April 28th, 2016

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X HD, the PS4 port of the previously Vita exclusive rhythm game, is finally scheduled for a Japanese release on August 25th for PS4. We’ve also got a new trailer featuring a medley of songs from the game that you can watch below:

There is currently no word on whether the game will make it to Europe, but a US release for the game was confirmed for Autumn last month. Looks like a simultaneous worldwide launch might be on the cards if SEGA Europe decide to pull their finger out.

[Source: Siliconera]

Project Diva X Coming to the US in Autumn 2016

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

SEGA America will be bringing Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X to the US in Autumn 2016 for both PS Vita and PS4.

The latest title in the franchise only launched on PS Vita in Japan earlier this month, while the Japanese PS4 version was also scheduled for the third quarter of 2016 anyway. This could mean a worldwide release is scheduled for this title, similar to the launch of Project Mirai DX on 3DS. However, there is no official word on a European release at this time.

You can check out the announcement trailer below:

2 Versions of Project Diva Future Tone Revealed, Different Songs for Each

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

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The PS4 release of previously arcade exclusive Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone will now launch as 2 games with different songs.

One version is called Future Sound and will include 120 songs drawn from the Project Diva series. The other version is called Colourful Tone and will include 100 songs drawn from the arcade game and the Project Mirai series.

Also revealed is the option to map buttons to wherever you want on the controller. You are even given the ability to map 2 button functions to a single button.

Both games will launch on PS4 in full HD. Framerates of 60 fps have also been promised; a first for any home console Project Diva game.

[Source: Siliconera]

Video Spotlight: New In-Game Footage of Project Diva Future Tone

Monday, February 1st, 2016

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The Tokaigi 2016 event has given us some new in-game footage of the PS4 version of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone. You can check out videos of 3 different songs below:

[Source: Siliconera]

Hatsune Miku Project Diva Arcade Heading to PS4 UPDATED

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

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A port of Hatsune Miku Project Diva Arcade Future Tone is heading to PS4 in Japan in 2016, now called Hatsune Miku Project Diva Future Tone.

There aren’t many details regarding what will be ported across as Future Tone has a ridiculously large playlist. How the game will even play is in question as well as Future Tone uses a custom 4 button and touch slider control scheme. Thankfully I an see how this could be easily transferred to the PS4 controller, especially as it has a touch pad of its own.

More on this as we get it.

UPDATE

Here’s the trailer. The face buttons are mapped to the 4 buttons of the arcade cabinet’s buttons but we don’t see how the touch slider works:

[Source: Project Diva Wiki]

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