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SEGA Opens Voting for Bringing PSP DIVA Songs to PSV/PS3

SEGA has put up a web page where fans can vote for songs from the PSP series of Project DIVA to be remade and redelivered onto the Vita and PS3 platforms. The page has a listing of all the default songs from each of the three games along with a questionnaire section at the end, asking for gender, age and location. In addition to the standard prefectures in Japan, the list also includes “Asia” (アジア), “America” (アメリカ), “Europe” (ヨーロッパ) and “Other” (その他). Everyone can vote for one song a day from 6PM on December 24 until 6PM on January 15. The total votes will be taken into consideration by the development team when deciding which songs to remake. Details about how the remakes will be delivered are expected to come soon. In other news, the arcade team made a PV for “39” to celebrate Christmas (and to console all the lonely people out there on Christmas Eve). The end of the video states that “39” will be included in Project DIVA F, and it will also be added to the arcade song list in late March, to Live Stage Producer in March and to maimai in early March as well.

UPDATE: SEGA has also been posting free wallpapers as presents to everyone: 1 2 3 4 5

New Songs Announced for Project Diva f

Famitsu Magazine’s online site recently revealed 8 new songs for the PS Vita game Project Diva f. These include songs such as Time Machine, DYE, FREELY TOMORROW, Fire◎Flower, HAI WA HAI NI and Nostalogic. Two specially written songs ODDS&ENDS (the theme song for the game) and Weekender Girl were also announced. A more detailed report will be published in Famitsu’s July 5th issue (sold on 6/21). SEGA also updated their website with pictures and descriptions of the new modules. Project Diva f will go on sale on August 30th 2012.

You can preorder the game at most import stores such as AmiAmi, and HMV. To learn more about this game, please read our previous posts.
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Project DIVA f News Round-up

With the release of Project DIVA f (previously known as NEXT HATSUNE MIKU Project DIVA) on the horizon, SEGA has slowly been releasing more and more information on the game. PJDf is the third game in the Project DIVA series, succeeding Project DIVA and Project DIVA 2nd (along with PJD Extend). A demo version of PJDf was available to play at the recent E3 expo, at the Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) booth. Read on to find out what we know so far!
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PSV Project DIVA Release Date Set

SEGA has now announced the release date and pricing for the PlayStation Vita version of their upcoming game in the Project DIVA series, NEXT HATSUNE MIKU Project DIVA. The game will be available on August 30, 2012 at a price point of 7329 JPY (tax included) for the PlayStation Vita Card version and 6600 JPY (tax included) for the download version. This agrees with earlier rumors on 2ch about the release date. Preorders will receive a special Miku-themed designer protective film for the Vita, and a sample image had been included in the announcement blog post. The blog post also mentioned that both this release and the earlier Project mirai (released on March 8, 2012) have release dates one day before an important Miku-related date and that this was expected because games like these generally come out on Thursdays; both of the symbolic Miku dates this year are on Fridays. The end of the post teases at an upcoming announcement after golden week, one that would shock even Miku and Luka (and this was accompanied with a screenshot from the World’s End Dance Hall in-game footage with Miku and Luka both looking shocked). A subsequent post notes that the updated Chance Time system will change the animation if a star gauge is filled during Chance Time and topped off with a scratch. In the case of WEDH, more back dancers appear. Furthermore, an updated score screen shows a performance graph as a function of time in the song, very much like Beatmania.

SEGA Running Survey and Raffle Celebrating 1 Million Copies

At the bottom of the official page for NEXT HATSUNE MIKU Project DIVA (working title), there is also a link to a survey and raffle in celebration of the Project DIVA series having moved over 1 million units. A commemorative pin badge will be given to 390 winners randomly drawn from everyone who properly filled out a survey between now and April 27 at 6pm, and all survey participants can download a special wallpaper as well.
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SEGA Announces Two New Project DIVA Games

Being right on time, SEGA has now updated their website for NEXT HATSUNE MIKU Project DIVA (working title) for the 1:00PM April 12 scheduled unveiling. The latest addition to the Project DIVA series will feature both a PlayStation Vita release projected for summer of 2012 and a PlayStation3 release projected for 2013. The Vita release will add scratch input and “technical zones” as new gameplay features. An updated promotional video with some gameplay footage has been uploaded as well. Lastly, there will be a playable demo at the Nico Nico Super Kaigi event happening on April 28-29.
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Miku Flick Hits App Store

Miku Flick menu screen
The iOS rhythm game Miku Flick is now available for purchase on the Japanese App Store for 1200 JPY. Unfortunately it’s not available on other App Stores, but an English version is coming soon. Fortunately, there are onscreen hints for which button to flick which way so that no Japanese knowledge is really required, and only select highlighted characters have to be inputted in the game. Since the background footage is pre-rendered Project DIVA footage at the iPhone’s standard resolution (although at a somewhat low framerate), the game comes as a hefty download of nearly 900MB.
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SEGA Miku Rhythm Game Headed for iOS

According to a new website, SEGA and Crypton Future Media are planning to release a rhythm game called Miku Flick for iOS featuring Hatsune Miku. In this game, hiragana characters scroll horizontally across the screen in time with the lyrics and the player has to input these kana using what is known as “flick input”. The game will be available on March 9, 2012 (i.e. Miku day) for 1200 JPY, but there will be a play test session with SEGA at Tokyo Dome City, a short distance away from the Miku concerts on March 8 and 9 in the Tokyo Dome City Hall.
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Trailer for new mystery Project DIVA game unveiled

Screenshot of the new trailer

A promotional video for an upcoming Project DIVA game has been uploaded to Nico Nico Douga just in time for Christmas, featuring doriko’s song Cat Food and a band backing Miku up. Currently, it is not known what system it will run on, and the comments on the video are fighting back and forth about it. However, hatsunemikumiku points out that there was previously a job opening for what appeared to be a project lead for a PS Vita version of Hatsune Miku Project DIVA, although a tweet from Dingo, Inc., the company that worked on the actual planning and development for the PSP versions of Project DIVA, stated that it wasn’t their company who put out the ad that they didn’t think it was SEGA, either.
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Project Diva on PS Vita in the works

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA, by SEGA

A job agent site in Japan named Job Engine posted late last month a job listing for a Project Planner for a Project Diva game on the PS Vita. The site in question has been consequently taken down due to the link being advertised on many other blogs. However, this shows that SEGA is planning on extending the Project Diva lineup to include the PS Vita, and hopefully, they get to use the touch capabilities, and the graphical capabilities of the Vita to its full extent to create a great game for everyone to play!

Source: Andriasang.

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