Hatsune Miku: Project Diva At The Arcades

By Spencer . January 8, 2010 . 9:19am

Sega is testing Hatsune Miku: Project Diva at arcades in Japan. The arcade version should be pretty familiar if you played the PSP game. You pick a difficulty level, outfit, and press buttons to hit falling star notes. It appears to be a faithful conversion stuffed in a sleek cabinet that supports IC cards for save data.





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  • superdry

    It’s nice to see Miku as a high-res, high-poly count model, but seeing the new songs in action wasn’t very exciting. I’m all for more Miku and Project Diva, but the new levels are bland compared to what SEGA for the PSP.

    Maybe playing the game in person might change my opinion.

  • There’s this I’ve been looking at somewhat and then there’ Arcana Heart 3 that just came out a few weeks back that I’m looking at for JP arcade cabs. Although the latter I’ve seen a few people having issues with it running.

  • Wow it looks really nice! However, is it just me, or are there only the Miku, Neru and Haku modules? Unless you can unlock the other vocaloids..that’d be sad =(

    • Yuan

      There are vocaloid points which can be gained by clearing the songs org buy it and store it into your card. Those points can be used to purchased modules. I think it works like Tekken 6’s card in arcade.

  • MarkMario

    Like the new models. But, I think that SEGA should had made a second one instead of copying the PSP version.

  • wow. its so clear and crisp , and running at such a nice framerate

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