PSP To PS3 Connective Play Added In Hatsune Miku Expansion

By Spencer . March 9, 2010 . 1:02pm

image Sega is working on even more Hatsune Miku: Project Diva downloadable content and their Dreamy Theater add-on is neat. This pack allows you to play Hatsune Miku: Project Diva with a PS3 controller on your TV.


PS3 controller support sounds similar to what Sony did with Resistance Retribution, which was released last year. Hatsune Miku: Project Diva’s Dreamy Theater has another addition – it outputs the PSP game directly on to a TV without a PSP to TV cable. The Dreamy Theater add-on appears to update the graphics too. Check out the photos from Dengeki Online’s report.


Doesn’t Hatsune Miku look more detailed here?

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  • Whoa. It’s like..such a huge difference from the PSP graphics. I don’t think I’ll ever have a reason to play it on my PSP screen again, haha.

    I really wonder how something like this works though. Is it ad-hoc thing or something? I always thought you needed a cable of some sort, a slim PSP, and an HDTV in order for you to display your PSP screen on your TV. I’m interested to see how something like this might work.

    I loved the original Project Diva though. I can only hope Kaito and the others got their own voices, and animations now though, lol. I’m still cracking up over playing, “World is Mine” with Kaito and hearing Hatsune’s voice as well as seeing those girly animations while watching Kaito move, haha.

    That was funny, but wrong on SO many levels.

    • I always burst out laughing when Kaito shakes his ass and walks around in the World is Mine stage. I didn’t like how all the Rin and Len songs were just covers of the Miku versions!

      I want to buy the upcoming DLC… but… will downloading content from a different PSN network affect my DLC content from my American account?

  • azez

    it,s great news but i really wish they could make a PS3 game T_T

  • doubleO7

    Could I do this on an American PS3?

  • Kris

    That’s really cool! I have almost no interest in this game, but that’s a really, really clever idea! Hell, if I was able to get the DLC without a Japanese credit card, this would be a cool import just for the novelty.

  • thebanditking

    Still I wonder how this works? Maybe sends the entire games data over USB as a Temp file and then uses the PS3’s PSP minis player to upscale the image size and allow for Dual Shock play. I would love to see more games use this.

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