Extended Look At Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend

By Spencer . August 12, 2011 . 3:33pm

What’s Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend, you say? It’s the final title for the game previously known as Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2.5.


This re-release has new modules for Hatsune Miku like racing outfits, a Virtual-On costume, and a Sonic style hoodie. Sega also added new songs to the PSP game such as “Spica 39’s Giving Day Edition,” "Colorful x Sexy," and "melody."


Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend comes out on November 10 in Japan.

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  • Learii

    i wish Miku games could come to NA so i could listen to her songs

    • Locklear93

      It’s not the same as having Project Diva come stateside, but if you want to listen to Vocaloid music, there are actually some options.  Amazon MP3 sells a surprising amount of Vocaloid tracks these days, including AVtechNO! (my personal favorite Vocaloid producer).  Another option is HearJapan.com.  That one’s a little more expensive, and more of a hassle to use, but they have a wider selection, being a Japanese company specifically working to bring Japanese music to the rest of the world (Vocaloids included).

      • Learii

        thx i check it out

    • There’s nothing stopping you from importing them.

  • Guest

    Another one? This makes the third title right? And what of the PS3 version?

  • SuigetsuHiramura

    Lol, I love how cutesy this game is.

  • I predict massive blood loss to come after the playing of this game.

  • aoihana

    Looks great! I just hope that there isn’t another limited edition PSP to go along with this because honestly, my wallet wouldn’t be able to take it. I already have last years PSP and I just ordered a Flare Red 3DS. I’m also going to have to hit up Ebay later for the Dreamy Theatre arcade stick when I have some money which is going to run me quite a bit. Japan, you’re killing me! No more, please! >__<

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  • Lexaus_the_Alchemist

    I’ve been interested in these games for a while now but just how English-friendly are they?

    • Locklear93

      In the sense that you can figure out what you’re doing, pretty friendly.  It’s just a little trial and error to find a list of songs and start playing.

    • BTA

      Incredibly English friendly. Just use http://projectdiva.wikispaces.com to figure out the menus (and there aren’t many, so you’ll quickly memorize what does what) and what you need to do to get costumes, and that’s it.

  • AzureNova

    Now this is a definite buy, I’ve been waiting for this! All your Miku belong to us! >_< Also, Miku's twintails enable her ability to fly lol XD

  • Dokurochan

    The new theme song is awesome. Can’t wait for November when I will waste endless hours on this game.

  • FireCouch

    I enjoyed the previous versions, but no way would I get this one.  The game is too easy and isn’t worth a third play through.

    • Well, generally people would look forward to the songs, instead of the gameplay itself.

  • Juuu

    So basically, it’s Project DIVA 2 with some added stuff, am I correct?

    If so, I have NEVER been happier that I waited for a price drop/re-release!! [well, save for Devil Survivor/Overclocked] <3 I'm so in.

    • I’m led to believe that there will be a minimum of overlap in songs but it’ll largely be a different selection of songs.  When you have a pretty fun music game to start with, changing the songs is all you have to do, really.  It’s nice that they’re premiering this one with a lower price point to start with too.

  • I wonder how’s the song list like.

  • Kai2591

    Whose voice is that at the beginning?

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