By Ishaan . September 21, 2011 . 11:12am
This week’s Famitsu magazine has more details of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend, including a reveal of more songs that will be present in the game. In addition to some of the songs reported before, Extend will also include: Starduster, Luka Luka Night Fever, and End of Solitude. New modules associated with these songs include: White Eve, Cybernation, and Black Star (Rin) and Blue Moon (Len).
Famitsu also report that the game will feature a drastically improved interface. Among these improvements is the ability to easily select your Vocaloid character by pressing the START button while selecting a song, instead of having to wait through loading screens like in Project Diva 2nd.
It also sounds like you can now swap between your main and sub-character for songs more easily by pressing the triangle button. Additionally, the selection screen allows you to view the promo video for songs in the game.
Finally, one last detail mentioned is that downloadable modules for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd will be present and accounted for in Project Diva Extend, excluding the Idol Master collaboration content.
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend is slated for release on November 10th for 5,229 yen.
[Update: Thanks to ProjectDIVA.fr for pointing out that we got the song and module names mixed up!]