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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]

Merchandise: Updates to the SEGA Music Index

Thursday, February 25th, 2016

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We’ve been making updates to the SEGA Music Index in our Merchandise section again! Check out the full list of additions below:

Complete Trinity: Sonic Heroes – Original Soundtrax now features additional back cover, disc and obi strip scans
Crush 40’s self titled album now features front cover, back cover and disc scans
Crush 40’s self titled EP now features front cover, back cover and disc scans
Hatsune Miku -Project Diva- Original Song Collection now features front cover, back cover and disc scans
Hatsune Miku -Project Diva- 2nd Nonstop Mix Collection now features front cover, back cover, obi strip and disc scans
Sonic Adventure Original Soundtrack 20th Anniversary Edition now features front cover, back cover, obi strip and disc scans
Sonic the Hedgehog 10th Anniversary now features scans of the front cover, disc, booklet and a scan of the commemorative coin

Video Spotlight: New Project Diva X TV Spots

Sunday, February 7th, 2016

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This compilation of 2 TV sports for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X give us some of the most detailed in-game action we’ve seen to date.

The PS Vita rhythm game launches in Japan on the 24th of March and includes a new Live Quest mode that you can see in action below. We also have new Rush notes which require you to repeatedly tap a certain button.

As with all Project Diva games, there’s a whole heap of new costumes to unlock as well as returning costumes from the previous 2 Project Diva F titles. Check it all out in the embed below:

A PS4 version of the game will launch in Autumn this year. There is currently no word on a Western release for either the PS Vita or PS4 version at this time.

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]

Project Diva X Will Feature New ‘Live Quest’ Mode

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X will feature a new RPG-esque mode called Live Quest.

In this mode the player will be tasked with certain challenges spread across five different areas. Completing challenges earns the player ‘voltage’ and you must earn a set amount to complete the challenge.

As you advance through Live Quest you’ll directly affect activity in the Diva Room. You’ll see characters converse about your completed challenges and certain events will also happen in the Diva Room.

Also new are Rush Notes. When the word ‘Rush’ appears on screen you have to press a corresponding sequence of buttons to obtain a high score bonus.

Finally, the way you unlock modules (aka costumes) has been changed. Previously you would have to buy the modules using points earned from completing songs but now they are unlocked via special ‘Module Drops’ which occur in Live Quest mode. Simply meet certain requirements in the Live Quest challenges or successfully complete Chance Time in a song and a random module will be yours.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is currently scheduled for a Japanese release of March 2016 on PS Vita and an Autumn release on PS4. There’s currently no word on a Western release.

[Source: Siliconera]

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X Announced for PS Vita and PS4

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X has been revealed for PS Vita and PS4. The game launches in Japan on PS Vita in March 2016 while the PS4 version is coming later in the year (currently scheduled for Autumn 2016). You can check out the reveal trailer below featuring the new song Raspberry Monster by Honeyworks:

There is currently no word on a Western release but considering the West has recently got Project Diva F, F 2nd and Project Mirai DX, it would be strange for SEGA to miss out on this one. All my fingers are crossed.

Glitch Results in Project Mirai DX Demo Being Playable Once for EU Players

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015

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A demo for Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX has gone live on the North American and European 3DS eShops but a publishing glitch has resulted in a strict one use limit for European players. This probably won’t get fixed before the game’s full release.

The North American version suffers no problem with the standard 30 use limit being available. I’m still not sure why the 3DS eShop restricts the amount of uses a player can have with a demo anyway, but at least the North American audience can have a little longer with the demo before they decide to buy the full game.

Remember being able to keep demos? Good times. Anyway Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX launches on the 8th of September.

[Source: Project Diva Wiki]

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