Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd Coming To PS3 And Vita In Spring 2014

Siliconera: Sega is continuing the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva series with Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd. The game was revealed in this week’s video game magazine round up. The concept for Project Diva F 2nd is the Project Diva you know so far and the Project Diva afterwards. Sega promises more depth and evolution in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd.

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fsfsxii1930d ago

Clearly she's underage *Sigh*

Xof1930d ago

"She" is an illustrated representation of an artificial being that only exists digitally, and therefore has no age.

And there's nothing to indicate Miku's age in her appearance, so clearly you're spewing something out of your ass for some reason I simply cannot fathom. What, did you want to have sex with that illustrated representation of an artificial being that only exists digitally, and now your penis is flaccid because of some perceived ethical barrier?


Hicken1930d ago

What does the nonexistent age of a female-modeled PROGRAM have to do with ANYTHING?

tiffac0081930d ago

But your avatar seems to be underage too and this is a musical game. lol!

SeraphimBlade1930d ago

It's a music game, actually. Based on vocaloids, which I do not have room to explain here. There's a demo for the first Diva F on PS3, and the full game is due out in the states next month. And no, it doesn't use a peripheral or anything like rock band or ddr.

Xof1930d ago

Vocaloids are essentially voice templates, designed to mimic the sound of human voice.

The Project Diva games are rhythym games based on the Vocaloid voice synthesis software, which allows for the purely digital composition of song music (in Japanese--this works because unlike, say, English, Japanese is a phonetic language).

The games feature music composed by, well, anyone--random gamers, professional musicians and bands, etc. Because they use the Vocaloid synthesis software, the Diva games can do more with the music than any other rhythm games--if you miss a button press, for example, the Diva simply will not sing that note--and if your timing is off, the note will be off key. This means that, unlike every other music-based rhythm game on the market, the sound you hear will always reflect how well you are playing the game.

Couple that with the fact that, because so many different sources contribute music, the songs are very varied from one another, you have a game series that is -undisputed- as the absolute best.

For more info on the revolutionary Vocaloid software, check the wiki page:

izumo_lee1930d ago

With the first game finally being localized i hope the success of it will make it a better chance that this new game will make it over as well.

Hopefully this time the Vita version will be localized as well. Super fun game with addictive gameplay...although extreme can be frustratingly stressful.

tarbis1930d ago

Indeed! I can't even finish one extreme song! I can barely make excellent on hard. T_T
I really suck at rhythm games, but that doesn't mean I must hate it. In fact, I love rhythm games. XD

tarbis1930d ago (Edited 1930d ago )

This news makes me really really happy. ^o^