It is likely that many of you have already grabbed a copy yourselves, or perhaps obtained a Japanese copy of the game. But if you have not had the chance yet, then we have a special giveaway for our followers, thanks to SEGA!
We will be giving away six game download codes for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd on the PS3 and Vita for North America and Europe! To participate, we would like to hear from fans why they love Hatsune Miku. Participation is as simple as leaving a comment as your entry in the comments below, or on our Facebook post, but check the image below for the full details! Entries not following all rules will be discarded.
Submissions will end on November 22nd at 2:00 PM PST (GMT-8), and we will contact the winners shortly afterwards. Good luck! And to all other Project Diva players out there, thanks for showing your support, and keep those fingers tapping! And don’t worry, Europe, your release comes on November 21st!
EDIT 11/22/2014 The winners have been selected!
A surprising game feature was revealed today for the Western release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd, just mere days before the game is set to release. The announcement came not from SEGA themselves, but early game reviewers who received test copies of the game. Which is surprising, considering how huge this feature is.
The Western release of Project Diva F 2nd will support the importing of save data from the Japanese version of the game, via the cross-save feature over the PlayStation Network. This is good news for those of you who already purchased the Japanese version, and also plan to get the Western version!
To use the feature, simply select “Import” from the main menu, where you will be taken to a screen detailing the import process. Once completed, just load your save data from the main menu and play! Feature confirmed via justonegamr on YouTube. Below are images showing the save data import process.
As a reminder, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd is scheduled to release in North America on November 18th, and in Europe on November 21st for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
Recently announced on PlayStation blog today, all currently available Japanese DLC for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd have been confirmed to arrive in the West for both PS3 and PS Vita, starting on December 9th. Fans are given choice to purchase the DLC individually or as a package, which are listed below.
UI Skins: $0.99 – free for the first 39 days after release
Costume Modules: $1.99 each
Rhythm Game Songs: $2.99 each
Song Club: $29.99 – access to all post-release rhythm game songs
Costume Club: $69.99 – access to all post-release costume modules
Check out our previous article for details regarding the Western release and preorder bonuses here.
Thanks to a special weekend-only flash sale from the US and EU PlayStation Store, Hatsune Miku fans can now pick up digital copies of the English versions of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F (PS3) and f (Vita), for well below half their original prices.
These are the first games in the series to become localized in the west, and are also a great introduction to the Project Diva game series. The PS3 version is now on sale for just $19.99/£21.99/€26.99 (normally $49.99), and the Vita version is now just $11.99/£14.99/€17.99 (normally $29.99).
Following the announcements of Hatsune Miku Project Mirai Deluxe by SEGA at the Tokyo Game Show, the official game title for both the Western and Japanese versions is now called “Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX”, a game exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS.
The game is being created as an improved version of the previous Project Mirai 2. The two major notable improvements compared to the previous version is the development of 3DPVs for ALL of the game’s music stages (some songs in Project Mirai 2 had 2D animated videos), as well as all new modules to accompany the new stages.
Below are official screenshots from the TGS press release thanks to SEGA, and a few extras from Famitsu. As a reminder, the title is scheduled for a Spring 2015 release in Japan, and sometime in 2015 for Western countries.
And a bonus photo of Mikudayo and Nano-san together at TGS.