Sep 302017
 

In celebration of the soon-to-launch Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone DX this November, Sega will be holding a collaboration event with the indoor theme park Tokyo Joypolis on October 12th~November 26th. The event is called Hatsune Miku DAIBA de DIVA Future Tone DX, and will feature mini-live held everyday as well as attractions, special photo spot, Mikudayo, collaboration goods, and special menus.

Official site → http://tokyo-joypolis.com/event/DdDIVA_Ft/index.html
Project DIVA Future Tone DX → http://miku.sega.jp/FT/

Mini-live Daily

A series of special mini-live will be held daily at the main stage of the hall! There will be two setlists with three songs performed at specific intervals, including many songs from the game as well as the song “Ghost Rule” by DECO*27 to follow as DLC in December.

October 12th~November 3rd
14:00 JST – “World is Mine” (ryo), “Romeo and Cinderella” (doriko), “Tell Your World” (kz)
17:00 JST – “Remote Control” (JesusP), “Ghost Rule” (DECO*27), and “Senbonzakura” (KurousaP)
19:00 JST –  “Hajimete no Oto” (malo), “Last Night, Good Night” (kz), and “39” *(sasakure.UK x DECO*27)

November 4th~26th
14:00 JST – Weekender Girl” (kz x HachioujiP), “ODDS&ENDS” (ryo), and “Time Machine” (1640mP)
17:00 JST – “Remote Control” (JesusP), “Ghost Rule” (DECO*27), and “Senbonzakura” (KurousaP)
19:00 JST – “Two-faced Lovers” (wowaka), “Miracle Paint” (OSTER project), and “Tell Your World” (kz)

※ image below is from the past event

DAIBA de DIVA SUPER LIVE

In addition to the mini-live, the DAIBA de DIVA SUPER LIVE has been announced and will feature all the songs performed from the past events held at Tokyo Joypolis in celebration of Hatsune Miku 10th anniversary. The SUPER LIVE will be held on November 24th with doors to open at 19:15 JST.

Gekion Live Coaster & Fortune Forest

In the corner of attractions, the popular “Gekion Live Coaster”, a part music game and part roller coaster attraction, will be in Project DIVA Future Tone DX wrappings during the collaboration period, and features one of the following songs to play with:

Hand in Hand” (kz), “Sand Planet” (Hachi), “Senbonzakura” (KurousaP), “Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪” (ika), “Ghost Rule” (DECO*27), “Hibikase” (GigaP), “Tell Your World” (kz), or
DECORATOR” (kz).

Also announced is the collaboration with Fortune Forest, an attraction where you can get your very own event-exclusive fortune telling cards via interactions with various designated spots in the “forest”.

Mikudayo & Digital Contents & Project DIVA Future Tone DX photo spot

Everyone’s favorite menacing and mischievous mascot Mikudayo will be making stops on weekends and holidays during November 11th~26th (after 14:00 JST). Get ready for a photo session with her, or visit the nearby space for photos with the popular modules or a photo spot in theme of Project DIVA Future Tone DX prepared on the third floor.

Original goods 

Original goods have been announced for sale at the event, and features the key visual and various in-game modules as follows: A4 clear files (2 kinds in total), acrylic stands (4 kinds in total), acrylic charm (6 kinds in total), langue de chat cookie (also known as Cat’s Tongue), canned candy, t-shirt, can badge (16 kinds in total), an exclusive poster, and special pass cases (for Tokyo Joypolis passport).

Collaboration menus, coasters, and stickers

There will be a Senbonzakura theme floats for sale in collaboration with Dippin Dots Ice Cream on the first floor as well as collaboration stickers (6 kinds in total). The “Frame Cafe” on the third floor will also be serving collaboration food and coasters (11 kinds in total).

Jan 212016
 

The next update for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X has arrived today! This update involves the Free Play mode, Live Edit mode, and five new songs. We’ll start off with the Free Play mode, also known as the new title for the classic Rhythm Game mode we’re all familiar with.

The Free Play mode behaves similarly to the rhythm game in previous titles, and contains music, stages, modules, and accessories unlocked via the Live Quest mode. There are a few key details to be noted regarding this mode: Module Drop do not occur, Modules’ skills do not apply their effects, Module transformation toggle option is available, and Help & Challenge items are included as part of the feature.


In the Live Edit mode, players are opened to full customization options in creating a rhythm game or a video, including the choices for songs, stages, modules, setting different camera angles, lighting, etc. Please note that the Live Edit mode will come separately as a free DLC available on PlayStation store for PS Vita due to its massive size.

Below are the five new songs and their modules, including the opening theme song by ryo(supercell).

New Songs

New Modules

  • “Countress” by Yuu (NEUTRAL)
  • “Anode Electronica” & “Cathode Electronica” by Fujichoko (BEAUTY)
  • “Izayoi” by Ichiyou Moka (BEAUTY)
  • “Rockin’ Stone,” “Dominant Stone,” “Burning Stone,” “Lightning Stone,” “Majestic Stone,” and “Wise Stone” by Nidy 2D (COOL)

Dec 172015
 

Sega has released the fourth information update for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X today. This update presents us with two newly announced features: Event Quest and Special Live, as well as additional songs and medley. Both features will be available upon meeting certain conditions in game.

The Event Quest feature is one of the newly implemented features in Project DIVA X which will be released from time to time in accordance with the game progress. These quests provide much higher Voltage rewards in return for their challenging tasks. Players may also engage in conversation with characters in the “Home” area to get hold of the event quests’ details and more.


Next we have the Special Live feature, a new gameplay mechanics simulating a live concert experience up to three songs consecutively. The combination of song(s), module(s), and stage are choices for the players to be made entirely, which in turn allows more diversity for each live. Furthermore, the stages come in different elements and atmospheres and the songs are specially edited for the best concert experience. An image of one of the live halls filled with glow sticks can be seen below.


In addition, Sega has also released the teaser images for the opening movie based on the newly composed opening “Tsumi no Namae/Name of the Crime” by Ryo (Supercell). As we previously mentioned, a 64 second demo can be listened from the official Project Diva X website and the main SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project website.


Below are the lists of the newly announced songs, medley, and modules for the game.

New Songs

New Modules

Dec 072015
 

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The opening theme song for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X has been announced to be written by Ryo of Supercell, along with the name: 罪の名前 (Tsumi no Namae), which translates to “Name of the Crime”.

Tsumi no Namae was written exclusively for the game, and now has a 64 second sample playable from SEGA’s official Project Diva X website, as well as the main SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project website. Just click the teal colored button above the video player! You can also try listening below.



Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is due for launch on the PlayStation Vita in Japan on March 24th, with the PS4 launch due in Fall 2016. Read more about the available preorder bonuses here.

Via Gematsu and SEGA