Aug 262016
 

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SEGA’s next entry to the Project Diva series, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X, will make its debut in North America and Europe next week, and it brings some of the biggest changes in the series we’ve seen to date.  Do these changes hurt or enhance the experience? Here’s our review to help you find out!

This game is releasing on both the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 platforms, and features a nearly identical set of gameplay features. DLC is also cross-compatible, and will be unlocked on both upon purchase! The PlayStation 4 version of course offers a higher resolution and smoother framerate, with an update for PlayStation VR features to be added in October. You can also import save-data from the Japanese version via Cross-save, but only from the same PlayStation Network account!

The Story

One of the first and biggest differences you’ll spot in this game compared to previous Project Diva titles is the addition of an actual gameplay story. You play the director/producer/friend that helps Hatsune Miku and her friends sing to bring the light back to their world. This means there will of course be a lot of character dialogue, and some can be quite useful at giving gameplay hints if you’re wondering what to do next. There will also be occasional Q&A prompts, but these seem unimportant to the actual game progression. Some can also make for a good laugh, which none of the previous Diva games were able to do.

Overall, the addition of a story seems to add unneeded fluff that can sometimes feel more like a distraction, and less like something enjoyable, but player opinions will vary.

 

The Gameplay

The game’s world is divided into 5 areas called “clouds”, each with their own unique aura: Classic, Cool, Quirky, Elegant and Cute. Each of these areas has 5 songs that go along with this theme, as well as a medley that can be unlocked once the first 5 songs are completed. Once a cloud is selected, you must clear it before you’re allowed to progress to the next cloud. Completing each song and medley will also make them available in freeplay mode.

 

Playing through the songs will be virtually the same experience as previous Diva games, but there’s some noticeable changes. Gone is the simple performance gauge, replaced instead with a “Voltage” meter. Each song, challenge, event and level of difficulty will require amounts of voltage to clear each performance. The voltage percentage is also your score multiplier: Its base value is 100%, and can be boosted through modules, accessories, and progression through the song. The higher the percentage, the more points you get per note! There are also “Rate Up” or “Voltage” notes that have a white glow around them. Make sure to hit these for a small (but useful) boost in the voltage rate!

Once you reach the voltage goal, how well or how poor you perform almost doesn’t even matter, with the exception of unlocking additional accessory and gift items (more on items later). Technical zones have also lost much of their importance compared to previous games, and are only useful when you have a module (costume) equipped to give bonuses for clearing them. But if you’re familiar with the typical symbol, arrow and star note combos for gameplay, then you’ll feel right at home.

 

The “performance” of each song is basically now just that: A performance on a stage. Songs in previous games often used to act out or tell a story of some kind, and many of these could also be quite emotional. So the shift to stage-only performances seems like a step backwards compared to before, but the game is titled “Project Diva” after all. Stage performances seem to be more accurate to that core meaning.

Character Affinity

This part of the game gets a special mention, only because of how important it has become to the actual gameplay. Previously, boosting a character’s affection towards you might have changed how they behaved towards you, but now it can actually help you progress through the game, too! This is because a higher affinity level will also make more Rate Up notes appear in gameplay, making obtaining voltage that much easier.

 

Boosting a character’s affinity is as simple as giving them a gift that they will like. You can choose from food, toys, musical, interior or cultural items as you unlock them. There will also be random gift events where the character will make a special request for an item with a specific theme. Pay close attention, as giving the correct gift will result in a massive affinity boost! The max affinity level for each character is 10.

While I think making character affinity more important to the gameplay was a great idea, it unfortunately comes with the sacrifice of removing all ability to interact with the characters outside of merely poking them. I wish we still had the ability to play games, or explore the characters in their rooms like before.

Modules & Accessories

Another massive change to the game is the complete removal of Diva Points and the shop for modules, accessory and gift items. Instead, these items are now obtained by completing cloud requests and event requests. The items you unlock while playing cloud requests will be completely randomized, while some event requests will allow you to unlock more specific bonuses (more on event requests later). Modules and accessories also have an aura, and can be used in combination to give you a voltage rate boost at the beginning of a song. You don’t have to match auras for bonuses, though! You can also mix-and-match accessories that go together to create unique bonuses. A maximum of 60% additional voltage rate can be obtained through modules and accessories.

 

Unlocking a module in Cloud Request mode requires you to complete the chance time event, and clear the required voltage. If you miss either of these, then you miss out! Accessories and gift items are also awarded based on the difficulty, and number of voltage gauges filled. Easy difficulty allows up to 2 gauges for 2 items, Normal allows up to 3, 4 for hard, and 5 for Extreme. So the better you play, the more items you can quickly earn!

 

Keep in mind drops are random, and you may even get repeats of modules or accessories you already got before. This is particularly frustrating with modules. Thankfully there are special modules with attributes to help unlock new or rare modules that you haven’t found yet. Rare modules can often only be unlocked from specific songs, so there will be a lot of repeat playing to get them all. There’s over 300 modules in total to unlock!

All modules have unique attributes that will help you complete a song in some way, with some being better than others for certain situations. For example, a module that gives a voltage rate bonus for completing a technical zone might not help you much if a technical zone is at the end of a song. Or you can also choose a module that makes chance time button presses less strict, making unlocking that rare module a little easier. Experiment to see what will work best!

 

The aura of modules also affects the behavior of each character, often in interesting and humorous ways. Try playing or communicating with them in the different auras to see how they react!

Event Requests

Aside from the game’s main mode of Cloud Requests, there are also Event Requests. These are special tasks that ask to complete specific challenges, often for a special reward. Some events can be as simple as choosing a favorite song to clear, or arranging a full 3-song festival! Some items and modules can only be obtained in this mode, so keep an eye for when new event requests become available!

 

Music Selection

First, let’s mention the elephant in the room… In terms of standalone songs, this game does have fewer available songs than previous Project Diva entries. But it works to remedy this by adding something not seen in previous games: Medleys! Each cloud has a special medley arrangement that mixes several songs into one, and these medleys are the “Final Act” of the cloud before progressing to the next area. Some of these medleys are truly great, but I also wish some of the songs (like Nebula by Tripshots) were their own standalone song.

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That being said, for what it does offer, the game has a pretty solid soundtrack that’s addictive and enjoyable, and certainly makes it a worthy entry in the Project Diva series. There’s some classics sprinkled in there, along with modern hits that will appeal to both new and seasoned Vocaloid fans.

There will also be some players sad to see the full Live Edit mode features from the previous games removed, but the reason for this is obvious: Sony doesn’t allow the importing of media directly to the PlayStation 4. So to create a unified gameplay experience across both platforms, SEGA removed the option from the Vita version of the game as well. You can still create edits of the in-game content, however.

DLC

Like the other Project Diva games, this one also has extra content that can be added through purchases from the PlayStation Store. Some of these are free, like the Snow Miku pack featuring the outfits of Snow miku from 2010~2015 (free for the first month of release). The extra character pack featuring 12 outfits for Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, Kasane Teto and Sakine Meiko will be available for $2.99. There’s also two new songs for $2.99 each: Hand in Hand by kz(livetune), and Sharing the World by BIGHEAD.

There’s more DLC beyond that, with more due to be added later, so we recommend checking the full list of available DLC from the official site: http://miku.sega.com/divax/dlc.html

 

Please note that some of the DLC cannot be accessed until you’ve progressed to a certain point in the game, and some others are only accessible in free play mode. DLC is also cross-buy compatible, so you only need to purchase it once for it to be available on both the PS4 and PS Vita.

The Verdict

Is Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X an enjoyable game? Of course it is! It has a fantastic soundtrack, the module drop system adds a touch of suspense and excitement, and the story gives you a sense of purpose and role. You will find yourself spending about as much time unlocking everything in the game as you did on previous Project Diva titles, despite the removal of the shop. But if you don’t want to wait, there’s always module and accessory keys as DLC.

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The removal of a full edit mode (blame the PS4), diva points and shop, addition of a story (this can count as a negative, too), and the new voltage system (clearing songs is far less challenging now) are all negatives, but not deal breakers. In the end, you wont spend any more or less time on the game getting all the items, and the classic gameplay is still available in the “Free Play” mode if you want to challenge yourself or play competitively.

Veteran Diva players might not be happy with some of the changes, but I say give it a shot. If you had fun with any of the previous games, then you’ll have fun with this one, too! The game was also made in a way to where it can appeal to newer players as well, with its more mobile RPG-ish style of gameplay. There’s also the planned October update for the PS4 version to add PlayStation VR support, which adds extra value if you planned to own it.

Give the game’s free demo a try to see what you think of the gameplay for yourself, or go ahead and dive in! Preorders are open now, and the game is scheduled to release in North America and Europe on August 30th for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita (digital-only in Europe).

Check the official game site or your local game retailer for availability, and preorder before the 30th to receive a free Project Diva X themed pouch! http://miku.sega.com/divax/purchase.html

Aug 262016
 

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SEGA’s next entry to the Project Diva series, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X, will make its debut in North America and Europe next week, and it brings some of the biggest changes in the series we’ve seen to date.  Do these changes hurt or enhance the experience? Here’s our review to help you find out!

This game is releasing on both the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 platforms, and features a nearly identical set of gameplay features. DLC is also cross-compatible, and will be unlocked on both upon purchase! The PlayStation 4 version of course offers a higher resolution and smoother framerate, with an update for PlayStation VR features to be added in October. You can also import save-data from the Japanese version via Cross-save, but only from the same PlayStation Network account!

The Story

One of the first and biggest differences you’ll spot in this game compared to previous Project Diva titles is the addition of an actual gameplay story. You play the director/producer/friend that helps Hatsune Miku and her friends sing to bring the light back to their world. This means there will of course be a lot of character dialogue, and some can be quite useful at giving gameplay hints if you’re wondering what to do next. There will also be occasional Q&A prompts, but these seem unimportant to the actual game progression. Some can also make for a good laugh, which none of the previous Diva games were able to do.

Overall, the addition of a story seems to add unneeded fluff that can sometimes feel more like a distraction, and less like something enjoyable, but player opinions will vary.

 

The Gameplay

The game’s world is divided into 5 areas called “clouds”, each with their own unique aura: Classic, Cool, Quirky, Elegant and Cute. Each of these areas has 5 songs that go along with this theme, as well as a medley that can be unlocked once the first 5 songs are completed. Once a cloud is selected, you must clear it before you’re allowed to progress to the next cloud. Completing each song and medley will also make them available in freeplay mode.

 

Playing through the songs will be virtually the same experience as previous Diva games, but there’s some noticeable changes. Gone is the simple performance gauge, replaced instead with a “Voltage” meter. Each song, challenge, event and level of difficulty will require amounts of voltage to clear each performance. The voltage percentage is also your score multiplier: Its base value is 100%, and can be boosted through modules, accessories, and progression through the song. The higher the percentage, the more points you get per note! There are also “Rate Up” or “Voltage” notes that have a white glow around them. Make sure to hit these for a small (but useful) boost in the voltage rate!

Once you reach the voltage goal, how well or how poor you perform almost doesn’t even matter, with the exception of unlocking additional accessory and gift items (more on items later). Technical zones have also lost much of their importance compared to previous games, and are only useful when you have a module (costume) equipped to give bonuses for clearing them. But if you’re familiar with the typical symbol, arrow and star note combos for gameplay, then you’ll feel right at home.

 

The “performance” of each song is basically now just that: A performance on a stage. Songs in previous games often used to act out or tell a story of some kind, and many of these could also be quite emotional. So the shift to stage-only performances seems like a step backwards compared to before, but the game is titled “Project Diva” after all. Stage performances seem to be more accurate to that core meaning.

Character Affinity

This part of the game gets a special mention, only because of how important it has become to the actual gameplay. Previously, boosting a character’s affection towards you might have changed how they behaved towards you, but now it can actually help you progress through the game, too! This is because a higher affinity level will also make more Rate Up notes appear in gameplay, making obtaining voltage that much easier.

 

Boosting a character’s affinity is as simple as giving them a gift that they will like. You can choose from food, toys, musical, interior or cultural items as you unlock them. There will also be random gift events where the character will make a special request for an item with a specific theme. Pay close attention, as giving the correct gift will result in a massive affinity boost! The max affinity level for each character is 10.

While I think making character affinity more important to the gameplay was a great idea, it unfortunately comes with the sacrifice of removing all ability to interact with the characters outside of merely poking them. I wish we still had the ability to play games, or explore the characters in their rooms like before.

Modules & Accessories

Another massive change to the game is the complete removal of Diva Points and the shop for modules, accessory and gift items. Instead, these items are now obtained by completing cloud requests and event requests. The items you unlock while playing cloud requests will be completely randomized, while some event requests will allow you to unlock more specific bonuses (more on event requests later). Modules and accessories also have an aura, and can be used in combination to give you a voltage rate boost at the beginning of a song. You don’t have to match auras for bonuses, though! You can also mix-and-match accessories that go together to create unique bonuses. A maximum of 60% additional voltage rate can be obtained through modules and accessories.

 

Unlocking a module in Cloud Request mode requires you to complete the chance time event, and clear the required voltage. If you miss either of these, then you miss out! Accessories and gift items are also awarded based on the difficulty, and number of voltage gauges filled. Easy difficulty allows up to 2 gauges for 2 items, Normal allows up to 3, 4 for hard, and 5 for Extreme. So the better you play, the more items you can quickly earn!

 

Keep in mind drops are random, and you may even get repeats of modules or accessories you already got before. This is particularly frustrating with modules. Thankfully there are special modules with attributes to help unlock new or rare modules that you haven’t found yet. Rare modules can often only be unlocked from specific songs, so there will be a lot of repeat playing to get them all. There’s over 300 modules in total to unlock!

All modules have unique attributes that will help you complete a song in some way, with some being better than others for certain situations. For example, a module that gives a voltage rate bonus for completing a technical zone might not help you much if a technical zone is at the end of a song. Or you can also choose a module that makes chance time button presses less strict, making unlocking that rare module a little easier. Experiment to see what will work best!

 

The aura of modules also affects the behavior of each character, often in interesting and humorous ways. Try playing or communicating with them in the different auras to see how they react!

Event Requests

Aside from the game’s main mode of Cloud Requests, there are also Event Requests. These are special tasks that ask to complete specific challenges, often for a special reward. Some events can be as simple as choosing a favorite song to clear, or arranging a full 3-song festival! Some items and modules can only be obtained in this mode, so keep an eye for when new event requests become available!

 

Music Selection

First, let’s mention the elephant in the room… In terms of standalone songs, this game does have fewer available songs than previous Project Diva entries. But it works to remedy this by adding something not seen in previous games: Medleys! Each cloud has a special medley arrangement that mixes several songs into one, and these medleys are the “Final Act” of the cloud before progressing to the next area. Some of these medleys are truly great, but I also wish some of the songs (like Nebula by Tripshots) were their own standalone song.

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That being said, for what it does offer, the game has a pretty solid soundtrack that’s addictive and enjoyable, and certainly makes it a worthy entry in the Project Diva series. There’s some classics sprinkled in there, along with modern hits that will appeal to both new and seasoned Vocaloid fans.

There will also be some players sad to see the full Live Edit mode features from the previous games removed, but the reason for this is obvious: Sony doesn’t allow the importing of media directly to the PlayStation 4. So to create a unified gameplay experience across both platforms, SEGA removed the option from the Vita version of the game as well. You can still create edits of the in-game content, however.

DLC

Like the other Project Diva games, this one also has extra content that can be added through purchases from the PlayStation Store. Some of these are free, like the Snow Miku pack featuring the outfits of Snow miku from 2010~2015 (free for the first month of release). The extra character pack featuring 12 outfits for Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, Kasane Teto and Sakine Meiko will be available for $2.99. There’s also two new songs for $2.99 each: Hand in Hand by kz(livetune), and Sharing the World by BIGHEAD.

There’s more DLC beyond that, with more due to be added later, so we recommend checking the full list of available DLC from the official site: http://miku.sega.com/divax/dlc.html

 

Please note that some of the DLC cannot be accessed until you’ve progressed to a certain point in the game, and some others are only accessible in free play mode. DLC is also cross-buy compatible, so you only need to purchase it once for it to be available on both the PS4 and PS Vita.

The Verdict

Is Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X an enjoyable game? Of course it is! It has a fantastic soundtrack, the module drop system adds a touch of suspense and excitement, and the story gives you a sense of purpose and role. You will find yourself spending about as much time unlocking everything in the game as you did on previous Project Diva titles, despite the removal of the shop. But if you don’t want to wait, there’s always module and accessory keys as DLC.

2016-08-26-143548

The removal of a full edit mode (blame the PS4), diva points and shop, addition of a story (this can count as a negative, too), and the new voltage system (clearing songs is far less challenging now) are all negatives, but not deal breakers. In the end, you wont spend any more or less time on the game getting all the items, and the classic gameplay is still available in the “Free Play” mode if you want to challenge yourself or play competitively.

Veteran Diva players might not be happy with some of the changes, but I say give it a shot. If you had fun with any of the previous games, then you’ll have fun with this one, too! The game was also made in a way to where it can appeal to newer players as well, with its more mobile RPG-ish style of gameplay. There’s also the planned October update for the PS4 version to add PlayStation VR support, which adds extra value if you planned to own it.

Give the game’s free demo a try to see what you think of the gameplay for yourself, or go ahead and dive in! Preorders are open now, and the game is scheduled to release in North America and Europe on August 30th for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita (digital-only in Europe).

Check the official game site or your local game retailer for availability, and preorder before the 30th to receive a free Project Diva X themed pouch! http://miku.sega.com/divax/purchase.html

Aug 172016
 

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SEGA has announced Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live for western release scheduled for October 14th. The demo of the game will be available at the upcoming Gamescom, an annual trade fair for video games held in Germany. The demo will be located in the PlayStation booth in hall 7.1.

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live takes players into Hatsune Miku virtual reality concert at front seats, and features rhythm/motion mechanics to fill a voltage meter to get the crowd excited. A special event to join Miku on-stage will trigger upon meeting the goal. More info is expected to be revealed later.

Exclusive to PlayStation VR, the Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live bridges the gap between the physical world we live in and the digital world of Hatsune Miku in a completely immersive way. Leave the living room behind (figuratively speaking), as it transports players to a virtual stadium, fully immersing them in the crowd of Miku fans and going wild for the digital singer. As the lights dim and Miku gets ready to take the stage, the player’s controller transforms into a glow stick. When the show begins, players can keep time with the song by taking cues from the rest of the crowd waving their glow sticks, with the goal of cheering on Miku during the concert. As players encourage her, it builds up the voltage. Once the voltage reaches its climax, players will find themselves transported on stage for a special one-on-one encore performance with Miku!

Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live launches in Japan on October 13th, and America and Europe on October 14th. The game will be a PlayStation VR exclusive app with prices to be determined.

Aug 092016
 

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As promised by SEGA, the free demo for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is now out in EU and NA regions on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita platforms! You can grab it from the links below:

US Vita: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/games/hatsune-miku-project-diva-x-demo/cid=UP0177-PCSE00886_00-PJDX393PRPRTRIAL
US PS4: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/games/hatsune-miku-project-diva-x-demo/cid=UP0177-CUSA04636_00-PJDX393PRPRTRIAL

EU Vita: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/hatsune-miku-project-diva-x-demo/cid=EP0177-PCSB01009_00-PJDX393PRPRTRIAL
EU PS4: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/hatsune-miku-project-diva-x-demo/cid=EP0177-CUSA05768_00-PJDX393PRPRTRIAL

Latest Game Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrAU6Dcfx0w

Also curious what DLC will be available for the game after itsa full release? SEGA hs announced those details as well. The full game releases in NA and EU on August 30th:

DLC: Concert Editor for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X
Price: Free
Availability: 8/30/16
Description: Create and watch concert footage of your favorite singers! The PS Vita Concert Editor will add Concert Editor functionality to the PlayStation Vita edition of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X. This feature makes you the producer of your own music videos!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Sharing The World
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/16
Description: “Sharing The World,” the first single released by BIGHEAD, was the main theme of “HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in LA&NY.” Now that it’s available as a rhythm game song for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X, you can bring the MIKU EXPO experience into your home!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Hand in Hand
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/16
Description: “Hand in Hand,” written and produced by kz(livetune), was the official theme of Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2015. Now that it’s available as a rhythm game song for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X, you can bring the live concert experience into your home!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Snow Miku 2016
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: Celebrate the 7th annual Snow Miku festival with this Snow Miku 2016 module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! Miku’s ready to hit the slopes! Hokkaido’s winter sports have never been livelier!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Snow Miku 2010-2015 Pack
Price: Free for a month, then $7.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: Celebrate Hokkaido’s annual Snow Miku festival’s history with the Snow Miku 2010-2015 module pack for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! Features 7 wintry costumes, including designs by: Nanaka (2012), Nijita (2013), dera_fury (2014), and taran (2015).

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Extra Character Module Pack
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: It’s a bird… It’s a plane… No! It’s the Extra Character Module Super Pack for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! Supersize your songs with 12 Extra Modules: Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, Sakine Meiko, and Kasane Teto each come with 3 Classic Aura costumes!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Mikudayo
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: When you gaze into the eyes of Mikudayo, Mikudayo gazes back into you. Unsettlingly adorable, this Classic Aura module is our most creepy-cute Extra Module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X. Better stock up on otoro, in case she comes for you next…

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Classic Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Classic Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Classic Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the iconic Original, V3, and Append series, plus their set of Ultimate forms!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cute Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Cute Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Cute Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the absolutely adorable “Star” series and other seasonal sets that are sugar-sweet!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cool Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Cool Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Cool Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the amazingly awesome “Stone” series and gear that’ll light the fire up in the night!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Elegant Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Elegant Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Elegant Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the alluring “Butterfly” series and both the Electronica and Pâtissier pairs!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Quirky Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Quirky Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Quirky Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the mysterious “Ivy” series and the entire Urotander, Underhanded Rangers team!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Unlock all Module Keys
Price: $12.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: Unleash the true potential of Miku and her friends with the ability to Unlock All Module Keys! Once you unlocked every module in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X (excluding DLC), the only real challenge will be choosing what to wear out of ~300 costumes!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Classic Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Classic Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Classic Aura accessory instantly available. Includes fan favorites such as Puyo headgear, the charming Tako Luka and Hachune Miku, and the… unique Shiteyan’yo and Larval Rin!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cute Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Cute Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Cute Aura accessory instantly available. Lovable pieces include a pink motif, animal parts like cat whiskers, rabbit ears, duck bills and dog tails… and LOTS of flower power!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cool Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Cool Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Cool Aura accessory instantly available. This killer gear sports rad stuff like a blue motif, multiple masks, stylish goggles, devil-may-care details, and mechanical equipment!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Elegant Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Elegant Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Elegant Aura accessory instantly available. Some of its most high-brow highlights include refined regalia, extravagant jewelry, regal crowns, and even a fancy fake mustache!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Quirky Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Quirky Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Quirky Aura accessory instantly available. This big ol’ box of swag contains the game’s most epic loot, like a clown nose, gag glasses, a dinosaur tail, and even an ocarina!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Unlock all Accessory Keys
Price: $7.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: Take the virtual world by storm and conquer all five Clouds with the power to Unlock All Accessory Keys! This download lets you master the Classic, Cute, Cool, Elegant, and Quirky Auras by giving you every accessory from Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X!
DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cabin Attendant Style A
Price: Free
Availability: 9/06/16
Description: “The singing stewardess soars on stage! This Cool Aura costume, designed for Miku in collaboration with AIRDO, sports a sharp uniform and short hair in a bun. Fly to new heights with the Cabin Attendant Style A module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! “

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cabin Attendant Style 39
Price: Free
Availability: 9/06/16
Description: The singing stewardess soars on stage! This Cool Aura costume, designed for Miku in collaboration with AIRDO, sports a sharp uniform with iconic twintails. Fly to new heights with the Cabin Attendant Style 39 module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Racing Miku 2016
Price: $1.99
Availability: 9/13/16
Description: On your mark… Get set… SING! The Racing Miku 2016 module rolls onto the racetrack of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! Aerodynamically designed by Koyama Shigeto, this Cute Aura outfit is inspired by a fiery phoenix with a serious need for speed!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – P4: Dancing All Night Miku
Price: $1.99
Availability: 9/13/16
Description: The Persona 4: Dancing All Night Miku module was designed by Shigenori Soejima, the Persona series’ character designer! Miku first lit up the Midnight Stage as DLC in P4D, but now her Elegant Aura costume is available in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X!

Aug 092016
 

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As promised by SEGA, the free demo for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is now out in EU and NA regions on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita platforms! You can grab it from the links below:

US Vita: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/games/hatsune-miku-project-diva-x-demo/cid=UP0177-PCSE00886_00-PJDX393PRPRTRIAL
US PS4: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-us/games/hatsune-miku-project-diva-x-demo/cid=UP0177-CUSA04636_00-PJDX393PRPRTRIAL

EU Vita: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/hatsune-miku-project-diva-x-demo/cid=EP0177-PCSB01009_00-PJDX393PRPRTRIAL
EU PS4: https://store.playstation.com/#!/en-gb/games/hatsune-miku-project-diva-x-demo/cid=EP0177-CUSA05768_00-PJDX393PRPRTRIAL

Latest Game Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrAU6Dcfx0w

Also curious what DLC will be available for the game after itsa full release? SEGA hs announced those details as well. The full game releases in NA and EU on August 30th:

DLC: Concert Editor for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X
Price: Free
Availability: 8/30/16
Description: Create and watch concert footage of your favorite singers! The PS Vita Concert Editor will add Concert Editor functionality to the PlayStation Vita edition of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X. This feature makes you the producer of your own music videos!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Sharing The World
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/16
Description: “Sharing The World,” the first single released by BIGHEAD, was the main theme of “HATSUNE MIKU EXPO 2014 in LA&NY.” Now that it’s available as a rhythm game song for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X, you can bring the MIKU EXPO experience into your home!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Hand in Hand
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/16
Description: “Hand in Hand,” written and produced by kz(livetune), was the official theme of Hatsune Miku Magical Mirai 2015. Now that it’s available as a rhythm game song for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X, you can bring the live concert experience into your home!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Snow Miku 2016
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: Celebrate the 7th annual Snow Miku festival with this Snow Miku 2016 module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! Miku’s ready to hit the slopes! Hokkaido’s winter sports have never been livelier!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Snow Miku 2010-2015 Pack
Price: Free for a month, then $7.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: Celebrate Hokkaido’s annual Snow Miku festival’s history with the Snow Miku 2010-2015 module pack for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! Features 7 wintry costumes, including designs by: Nanaka (2012), Nijita (2013), dera_fury (2014), and taran (2015).

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Extra Character Module Pack
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: It’s a bird… It’s a plane… No! It’s the Extra Character Module Super Pack for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! Supersize your songs with 12 Extra Modules: Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, Sakine Meiko, and Kasane Teto each come with 3 Classic Aura costumes!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Mikudayo
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: When you gaze into the eyes of Mikudayo, Mikudayo gazes back into you. Unsettlingly adorable, this Classic Aura module is our most creepy-cute Extra Module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X. Better stock up on otoro, in case she comes for you next…

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Classic Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Classic Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Classic Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the iconic Original, V3, and Append series, plus their set of Ultimate forms!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cute Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Cute Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Cute Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the absolutely adorable “Star” series and other seasonal sets that are sugar-sweet!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cool Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Cool Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Cool Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the amazingly awesome “Stone” series and gear that’ll light the fire up in the night!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Elegant Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Elegant Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Elegant Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the alluring “Butterfly” series and both the Electronica and Pâtissier pairs!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Quirky Modules Unlock
Price: $2.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Quirky Modules Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Quirky Aura module costume (not including DLC) instantly available for all six singers, including the mysterious “Ivy” series and the entire Urotander, Underhanded Rangers team!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Unlock all Module Keys
Price: $12.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: Unleash the true potential of Miku and her friends with the ability to Unlock All Module Keys! Once you unlocked every module in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X (excluding DLC), the only real challenge will be choosing what to wear out of ~300 costumes!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Classic Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Classic Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Classic Aura accessory instantly available. Includes fan favorites such as Puyo headgear, the charming Tako Luka and Hachune Miku, and the… unique Shiteyan’yo and Larval Rin!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cute Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Cute Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Cute Aura accessory instantly available. Lovable pieces include a pink motif, animal parts like cat whiskers, rabbit ears, duck bills and dog tails… and LOTS of flower power!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cool Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Cool Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Cool Aura accessory instantly available. This killer gear sports rad stuff like a blue motif, multiple masks, stylish goggles, devil-may-care details, and mechanical equipment!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Elegant Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Elegant Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Elegant Aura accessory instantly available. Some of its most high-brow highlights include refined regalia, extravagant jewelry, regal crowns, and even a fancy fake mustache!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Quirky Accessories Unlock
Price: $1.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: The Quirky Accessories Unlock for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X makes every Quirky Aura accessory instantly available. This big ol’ box of swag contains the game’s most epic loot, like a clown nose, gag glasses, a dinosaur tail, and even an ocarina!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Unlock all Accessory Keys
Price: $7.99
Availability: 8/30/2016
Description: Take the virtual world by storm and conquer all five Clouds with the power to Unlock All Accessory Keys! This download lets you master the Classic, Cute, Cool, Elegant, and Quirky Auras by giving you every accessory from Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X!
DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cabin Attendant Style A
Price: Free
Availability: 9/06/16
Description: “The singing stewardess soars on stage! This Cool Aura costume, designed for Miku in collaboration with AIRDO, sports a sharp uniform and short hair in a bun. Fly to new heights with the Cabin Attendant Style A module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! “

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Cabin Attendant Style 39
Price: Free
Availability: 9/06/16
Description: The singing stewardess soars on stage! This Cool Aura costume, designed for Miku in collaboration with AIRDO, sports a sharp uniform with iconic twintails. Fly to new heights with the Cabin Attendant Style 39 module for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – Racing Miku 2016
Price: $1.99
Availability: 9/13/16
Description: On your mark… Get set… SING! The Racing Miku 2016 module rolls onto the racetrack of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X! Aerodynamically designed by Koyama Shigeto, this Cute Aura outfit is inspired by a fiery phoenix with a serious need for speed!

DLC: Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X – P4: Dancing All Night Miku
Price: $1.99
Availability: 9/13/16
Description: The Persona 4: Dancing All Night Miku module was designed by Shigenori Soejima, the Persona series’ character designer! Miku first lit up the Midnight Stage as DLC in P4D, but now her Elegant Aura costume is available in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X!