“Divine Comedy” And Four Other Songs Join Hatsune Miku Project Diva f

By Ishaan . August 21, 2012 . 11:10pm

This week’s Famitsu magazine reveals five more songs for Hatsune Miku Project Diva f, including two more of the six original tracks in the game. The newly-revealed songs are as follows:

 

“Divine Comedy” by Onew-P (the kanji for this is 神曲)

“Hachi Hachi Flowery Battle of Kagamines” by Moja-P

“Tengaku” by Yuuyu

“Stay With Me” by shu-t (Original)

“Sadistic.Music∞Factory” by cosMo@BousouP (Original)

 

Hatsune Miku Project Diva f is slated for release on August 30th in Japan.


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  • Kevadu

    If I’ve been counting right then we’re up to 27 songs announced?  They said there would be over 30 (which probably means like 31…) so there’s not a whole lot of time before release to announce the rest.

    I have to say that this is the first song announcement for Project Diva f that didn’t really excite me.  I’m not crazy about any of these.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004205012222 Kyousuke Kurogane

       Including these 5 songs, we’re up to 30, actually. And seeing as it’s Miku, it SHOULD be 39 songs…

      • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

        It’s 32 like the person above you said. Famitsu confirms there are two more songs that have yet to be revealed.

    • neetloaf

      32 songs total, so we still have two songs unknown with everything that has been revealed so far.

  • mintea

    Here’s some more pics of the costumes available:
    http://imepic.jp/20120822/531740
    http://imepic.jp/20120822/540980
    http://imepic.jp/20120822/542780

    And just a small note, the first song is 神曲 (kami kyoku / godly song), just in case anyone else was confused as I was (sorry, not good with translated song titles).

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dylan-Ng/100000854638739 Dylan Ng

      Lol this came into my mind when I 1st saw of it.
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Comedy 

    • ステフィー @ おふろタイム

      Kamikyoku is a play on both Kamikyoku, the term used on Nico Nico Douga for “Godly Song” (a song so good, it’s God-tier) and according to vgperson, Shinkyoku which is the Japanese title for Dante’s Divine Comedy, which is an epic. (I don’t totally agree with this second part, but whatever) 

      If I had to translate it, I would translate it as “Epic Song”. 

      Translated song titles confuse me too but I’ll shut up before I start arguing with Ish again :P

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