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Submitted by Mariye 630d ago | news

Sega gets over 12,000 likes for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F in 13 hours

"With Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F being a niche music game and all, you’d think it would get a fairly subdued response from diehand Vocaloid fans. Instead, it’s received 12,331 “likes” as of 10:20pm CST on March 7, 2013. I’d say that’s a a pretty awesome showing." (Hatsune Miku Project Diva F, PS3)

sinncross  +   630d ago
SEGA should really look to at least release the PS3 and PSV version via PSN.
DivineAssault  +   630d ago
Whats so intriguing about this game?? Isnt it like a guitar hero game but with a pop anime style? Not in the least bit interesting to me but im all for localizations of eastern titles.. Bring it on & may the force be with u
Mariye  +   630d ago
It's nothing like Guitar Hero. If anything, it's probably more similar to DDR, but even that's inaccurate.

What I find most appealing is the in-game editor. You can import your own MP3s and create new songs and music videos using the characters. These can then be shared with other people who own the game.
ToZanarkand86  +   630d ago
Pretty sure that Shenmue would get more 'likes' if Sega gave it a chance.
Wankers
lodossrage  +   630d ago
It might, but look at it from a financial standpoint.

Shenmue 1 only sold a little over 1 million copies. Shenume 2 sold even less than that. So for as much as fans speak about "we want Shenmue 3", why should they make it?

Do I want it? HELL YES!! I still have my copy of the first one on Dreamcast. But the fact is nobody gave a damn about the series. And when you're talking about a game that cost $70 million(at the time) to make, I wouldn't be too quick to make another either if hardly anyone bought it the first two times around.
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caseh  +   630d ago
Sega's great IPs simply don't sell that well in the West.

Shenmue which has already been mentioned, recently Yakuza, Valkyria Chronicles and Binary Domain are fine examples.

Some of the best games i've played this gen by far. I would give my left nut for Shenmue 3 but most Sega games get a cult following and they just don't sell. Sad times. :(
wishingW3L  +   630d ago
if only these weaboos were as dedicated when it comes to quality but all they do is copying the fads from Japanese otakus instead of developing their own taste (fk globalization!). But anyway, thanks to them anime is ruined too with everything now being moe and ecchi series. =/

Sorry for the rant but I'm still butthurt over the fact that we'll not get Yakuza 5! ;(
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Ritsujun  +   630d ago
Good girl.
/pats
jc48573  +   630d ago
they should do one for Yakuza 5
TheoreticalParticle  +   630d ago
I wonder how the petition would fare if Facebook allowed dislikes.
Nerdmaster  +   629d ago
I bought the Vita version when it was released in Japan (it launched during my vacation there), but the touch controls ruined the game. Having to change your right hand between the button and the touch screen really didn't work. I wish the touch controls were optional (and maybe they are, but I don't understand the japanese options to see if that can be changed).
tiffac008  +   629d ago
Now if Sega can just localize Yakuza 5 and VCIII and everything will be golden~

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