Why Is There A Translated Demo Of Hatsune Miku Project Diva f At E3?

By Kris . June 6, 2012 . 5:07pm

You’ve probably heard the news by now—there’s a partly-translated demo of Hatsune Miku Project Diva f on the E3 show floor. The demo has two songs that you can try out: “Cat Food” and “World’s End Dance Hall”. Menus in the demo are translated, while song lyrics are in Japanese.

 

We checked with Sega’s First-Party Coordinator, Andrew Wong, to find out just what the deal with Project Diva f was. Is it coming over?

 

No, as of now, there are no plans, Wong told us. The demo was simply partly localized and put on display in order to gauge interest. So far, interest has been good, Wong feels. However, Sega’s official statement, he said, is that there are no plans to bring the game over out of Japan.

 

In Japan, Hatsune Miku Project Diva f will be released on August 30th. The game will also see a PlayStation 3 release early next year.


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