Hatsune Miku Celebrates The Holidays With Christmas Module DLC

By Spencer . November 25, 2010 . 9:06am

Santa suits for every character in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd. That’s Sega’s holiday gift to fans of the Vocaloid idol. Each Christmas module costs 300 yen ($3.60) a piece or 1,200 yen ($14) for all of ’em if you buy the Christmas module DLC pack. Both items will be available on the PlayStation Store starting on November 30.


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Rin Kagamine

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Len Kagamine

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Luka Megurine

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Arcade is also spreading Christmas cheer with Christmas modules.


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  • jotun_of_greed

    is it just me or does the second picture of Kaito’s posing in the arcade version looks…daunting?

    regardless of that, they’re all friggin’ sweet
    but if it’s really a ‘gift’, why do we have to make expenses?

  • If only they replaced Len’s antler horns with a santa hat, we’d have an awesome Yume ni Sayonara Len. It’d be the most badass costume ever.

  • malek86

    The arcade version looks weird. Why don’t they try and make a Miku game with cel-shading? It might come out better.

  • MemeticRichard

    =_= Some Christmas present. Charging people almost $15 for a few costumes.

    Hasn’t Sega heard about this little piece of DLC called Undead Nightmare…?

    • Testsubject909

      An alternative strategy would’ve been to provide these costumes free to those who purchased Dreamy Theater, a more limiting gift but one that would feel like a gift to those who already got their hands on the Dreamy Theater and would push further for people to purchase Dreamy Theater if they hadn’t.

      But of course, money.

      • MemeticRichard

        Everything is always about money, but once again, Undead Nightmare.Rockstar has proven, time and time again, if you make people’s DLC worthwhile and affordable, it won’t just get you money, it’ll get you money in droves – enough to sustain a budget for at least two major scale releases.But, as it turns out…pretty much nobody is paying attention to that. It’s really just Rockstar, and to a smaller extend, 2K who was offering worthwhile DLC at worthwhile prices.

        DLC like Santa Costumes, by default, by TRADITION, should be free. Y’know, ho ho ho, merry Christmas, Santa comes bearing free gifts – all that good stuff. But nope – for a lousy costume that does NOTHING, we pay $15.

        Even with Dreamy Theater, this isn’t terribly cool.

        *Richard goes back to hunting chupacabras on his unicorn*

  • neetloaf

    $7.00 for Christmas Miku and Rin seems like a fair deal for me!

    Well played, Sega. Well played…

    • Testsubject909

      What? No love for Luka and Meiko? Think that Tako Luca would get a christmas hat?

  • MarkMario

    Meiko and Luka looks best in the arcade version

  • superdry

    Gah! So, cute. I love how Miku’s hair is coming out of the hat. Must be really hard to string her hair through it.

  • I know I’m going to try to get my hands on the DLC as soon as I get Project Diva 2nd…eventually.

    • Testsubject909

      Gonna get a hold of the Dreamy theater too?

  • Rabid_the_Otaku

    Oh god, they’ve found my ultimate weakness…

    Also, I presume that dreamy theatre doesn’t work with Project Diva 2nd yet? I wish they’d get on with that.

  • Eri


    And is that Kaito and Miku singing Cantarella in Christmass costumes? xD

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