Hatsune Miku Project Diva f Song List (So Far) With Footage

By Ishaan . July 27, 2012 . 12:30pm

Sega have uploaded a lengthy promo video for Hatsune Miku Project Diva f, that goes through the songs that have been announced for the game thus far. The video shows 19 songs in total, and you can watch it below:

 

 

The tracks, in order of appearance are:

 

“Negative Positive Continues” by sasakure.UK

“Acute” by Kurousa-P

“Summer Idol” by OSTER project

“Time Machine” by 1640m-P

“Odds & Ends” by ryo (supercell)

“Melancholic” by junky

“Remote Controller” by Jesus-P

“Fire Flower” by halyosy

“Nostalogic” by yuukiss

“Hai wa Hai ni” by Tennen

“World’s End Dancehall” by wowaka

“Freely Tomorrow” by Mitchie M

“Netgame Addict Sprechchor” by Satsuki ga Tenkomori

“Cat Food” by doriko

“Secret Police” by Buriru

“Dye” by AVTechNO

“Weekender Girl” by kz (livetune) / Hachioji-P

“World’s End Umbrella” by Hachi

“Unhappy Refrain” by wowaka

 

Hatsune Miku Project Diva f will have over 30 songs in total, and over 80 modules to use. The game will be released on August 30th for the PlayStation Vita. A PlayStation 3 version will follow in 2013.


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  • Blesmi

    So much hype for DYE and Secret Police.

  • RaikageV

    I’m going to buy it but why has it to be so expensive -_-
    I know that games in Japan cost more than elsewhere but still… I’m sure they’ll also offer plenty of DLC, so they would make enough money…

  • Dokurochan

    All of the PV’s look fantastic. ^_^ I especially love Negative Positive Continues and Odds & Ends due to them having some more creativity compared to the others. Though Remote Controller looked kinda funny with whatever Rin was doing to Len and it’s interesting that World’s End Umbrella has animated scenes in it.

  • Testsubject909

    Gah. 75$ and that’s without the shipping cost and etc…

    Man, importing this doesn’t seem viable to me… Come on Sega, localize this!

    • Marcelo Henrique Chaves

      Yeah i love Vocaloid, but i’ll have to wait for a price drop and/or promotion on any site to order. The shipment alone it’s really pricey for me. Brazil here. =/

  • http://twitter.com/BurnMyApathy BurnMyApathy

    Eeee, so excited for Fire Flower and Online Game Addicts! They all look great, though! Localize, please…? :3

    • Marcelo Henrique Chaves

      I read, dont remember where, that the game will not be localized. And that’s final.  =(

      • http://twitter.com/BurnMyApathy BurnMyApathy

        Argh, of course not. orz I wish Vocaloid was much, much bigger here… Oh well. Looks like I’ll have to wait until I can get the money to import it. Or just never get it. ; o ;

  • Ultimaniacx4

     So glad I got my pre order in for the Miku Vita pack ^_^

    • PoweredByHentai

      You mean, the white Vita unit itself with the Miku design on the back?

      • Ultimaniacx4

         Yup, along with the Miku Vita face cover and the AR card.

        • PoweredByHentai

          Mmm, nice.  I really wish that the attached image was a real Vita though.  I really wouldn’t mind picking it up just for the hell of it.

          http://i.imgur.com/emsO4.png

          And if anyone’s wondering, that girl is Vita from the Lyrical Nanoha series, hence the pun/joke.

          • Ultimaniacx4

             Haha, a Vita Vita!  Someone’ll probably try and make their own somewhere.

          • PoweredByHentai

            Oh god, the Lyrical Nanoha committee really should get on the ball with this.  XD

  • 猫 黒

    Grr, do you need a JP Vita for this?  I want it, but buying a Vita just for this…

    • xXDGFXx

      Region-free, baby!

    • http://www.angelmassb.co.nr/ Angel Mass

       It works in the America/Europe Vita just the same

    • Xerain

      The game itself is region free, but your Vita must have a Japanese PSN account active on it to use DLC. No downloading on one account and playing on another like with PS3 games. Also once you start earning trophies on one account you will probably have issues earning them on another.

      These two factors combined with having to erase your Vita to switch accounts make things very annoying if you care about more than just playing the base game.

      However which country you buy the Vita in does not matter.

    • PoweredByHentai

      The Vita is region-free.  The DLCs, however, only work with a Japanese PSN account, which is pretty easy to make.

      If you don’t care about trophies or DLCs, then you might as well just import it from AmiAmi or Play-Asia.

      As for the Vita console itself, just pick it up from your local games retailer or something.

  • http://kanpekijan.blogspot.com/ KanpekiJan

    FOnewearl Miku! :D Really hoping for a live concert in the PSO2 lobby at some point. That would be awesome!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Humzah-Jan/100001147084979 Humzah Jan

    Will wait for PS3 version.

  • http://www.fogalchemist.com/ caleb1993

    As soon as I have the money for a Vita, I’m going out to buy one and then immediately placing an order on this game. I don’t care that I have yet to learn Japanese, this game looks so amazing, I must have it in my collection immediately. 

  • rebecasunao

    That Meiko outfit was the worst outfit ever. Damn.

    The choreographies look rather awkward… Remote Control’s looks real cute though, as expected.

  • folkensabre

    Does Sega only use music created in house for these games? I could never understand why there aren’t playable versions of Konbini or When I Get Home My Wife Always Pretends to be Dead. I’d kill for playable versions of those.

    • PoweredByHentai

      These aren’t in-house music.  All of the music that have been listed are created by very talented independent musicians.  Just get on YouTube and type in those song names and you can find them in its original music video or as someone else’s rendition.

      • folkensabre

         So in other words, they just don’t care for the songs I like. I thought they were pretty popular too, especially since they both have Halyosy versions to them.

  • http://twitter.com/Neilikki Neilikki

    >“Freely Tomorrow” by Mitchie M

    Dammmn, I want “Ai Dee” too, that song is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious ^w^ and Mitchie M is awesome!
    Maybe in DLC, please..

    Anyway, yay for Dye and Worldend’s Dancehall!!

    Can someone give me Vita? Please? Pretty please?

  • http://s932.photobucket.com/ usagi_san

    This game is looking awesome! Hatsune Miku is the only vocaloid I listen to but some of the others sound really good too. “Odds & Ends”, “Netgame Addict Sprechchlor”, “Secret Police” and “Unhappy Refrain” look like they’ll be fun ones for me to play.

    After Theatrhythm, I have a yearning for more rhythm games. Heck, bring back Gitaroo Man also!

  • http://animereviews.co/ Nadav

    I played the demo today. The graphics are much better than the PSP titles, but the gameplay is the same (aside from back-scratching). I don’t understand why they aren’t releasing this simultanously on the PS3 though. Did Sega sign a contract with Sony to help sell Vitas? Because this is the only explanation I can think about to delay the PS3 version (the PS Vita version is basically a PS3 game scaled down anyway. They probably have the PS3 version already available in their office).

    • http://twitter.com/RaiuLyn Raiu

      Vitas ain’t selling as well as the 3DS in Japan and Sony needs a game to be a system seller desperately… If the PS3 version is released simultaneously, most people would rather go get the PS3 version since they already have one thus that would cannibalise the sales of Vitas…

      I doubt they’re developing simultaneously given the one year release gap… The PS3 version is the “Dreamy Theater” version anyways…

      • http://animereviews.co/ Nadav

         like I said Sega is not Sony and shouldn’t have any incentive to support the Vita over the PS3. To be frank it would have been much more profitable if they released this game on the PS3 now and next year on the Vita (with added content).

        And I also don’t think the PS3 version will have the Dreamy Theater look. Project Diva f uses a much better engine and there’s no reason for Sega to think backwards. If they already have a working HD engine for the PS Vita version there’s no need to go back to the old (and kind of freakish) Dreamy Theater engine.

        • http://twitter.com/RaiuLyn Raiu

          Going by Sega’s track record, they released 3 Project Diva games on the PSP so expect the next games on the PSP’s successor… It’s not like everyone didn’t see this coming… Also Japan prefers portable more than home consoles…

          It’s like saying “why is Resident Evil Revelations on the 3DS where else the home console is more profitable and not scaled down???”

          I’m not saying the PS3 version will go Dreamy Theater look. I’m saying it is  going Dreamy Theater one-year-later-release route…

          Edit: What’s the harm of releasing the Vita’s version first then the PS3 version later??? If people don’t wanna get the Vita version, they can get the PS3 version one year later anyway…

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