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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F Might Be Coming To North America And Europe

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is headed to North America and Europe, Sega announced this morning. Well, sort of. (Hatsune Miku Project Diva F, PS3, Sega)

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Snookies12  +   997d ago
Interesting... It's a shame they're not doing it for the original Vita version though... Seems like these games are kind of meant for handheld after all.

I've never been too into the sound of their voices on these games or the song choices, but it is a fun rhythm game for sure and I'd be more than happy to support it should it come to NA.
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admiralvic  +   996d ago
I wouldn't say thats true, but I wouldn't say it's untrue either.

They had the Vita version on display / to play at last years E3, so it would be silly to think they automatically assumed people only wanted the PS3 version. Sadly the fact nothing came of this points them assuming the Vita version isn't worth it / we will have to wait till the next Vita version or someone pushed really hard to even get this far.
Trunkz Jr  +   997d ago
Don't believe it, they said this last time that if they got enough likes and interest they would bring it to North America, and they got more then enough and the game never came. I can't remember if it was for Project Diva or Project Diva 2 but all I know is Sega is BSing just to get likes....
admiralvic  +   996d ago
Music games are hard to localize since they need have 2 major problems.

The first is that they need permission / rights for every song to include them in the game. This issue leads into the second, which is them not wanting to release an inferior version. So they might have tried, but found out they would need to remove 5 songs and assumed people wouldn't want a gimped version, so they scrapped it. Also in their defense, they DID have the game at this years E3, so they've made efforts to bringing it over.
smashman98  +   997d ago
Wait u serious Sega wth is my yakuza 5 and yakuza hd collection
Sanquine90  +   996d ago
Vita version only interested in ;) Keep your ps3 version. I will play other games on my ps3. Should have stayed excl to vita.
El_Colombiano  +   996d ago
I'm vacationing in Japan right now, and holy shit. This game is EVERYWHERE. EVERY. WHERE. Posters, signs, gigantic signs on buildings, cosplay outside of stores, stacks of this game everywhere, on the metro. Everywhere. It came out yesterday but gosh. It's pretty big here.
rCrysis  +   996d ago
I already imported the Vita version a while ago. If they redo it and add the PS3 features I'd gladly buy it again.

Personally I love having music games on a portable device. DJMAX made me quite happy.
tubers  +   996d ago
While I personally prefer this game on the handheld, I sure as heck wouldn't mind a main MIKU game (not the iOS games) localized. That's pretty huge.

Tried the PS3 demo.. Crisp 1080p@30 FPS.

Come on SEGA! Please do it regardless xD

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