Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f DLC Adds “Unofficial” Vocaloids Neru, Haku And Teto

By Ishaan . November 6, 2012 . 2:00pm

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f on the PlayStation Vita has downloadable content that adds three new Vocaloids to the game—Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, and Kasane Teto. Sega have shared a video of the game that shows the three characters performing existing songs in the game:

 

 

Neru and Haku started out as unofficial fan-created Vocaloids, but proved to be popular enough that they were adopted as official characters with their own merchandise. However, neither one has an official distinctive voice, unlike the main Vocaloid characters such as Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka.

 

Meanwhile, Teto does have a voicebank of her own, outside of the game, as she is provided as part of the UTAU synthesizer software in Japan. The DLC pack that adds Neru, Haku and Teto costs 600 yen in Japan.


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  • almostautumn

    Saw this earlier and yelped like a small girl— then realized I have to jump through hoops with my Vita to even get this.
    Go Youtube (I guess)!

  • http://ryuz4ki57inenglish.wordpress.com/ Thomas FROEHLICHER

    Woke up at 5 this morning to get thus. Haku’s so cute ^_^

  • http://twitter.com/matty_125 matty

    Fukkireta looped for 10 hours.
    http://youtu.be/iqT0iFZifgw

    Interesting character.

  • ShugoTakahashi

    The article seems a little misleading; while Teto is the only one with an ‘official’ voicebank in her original software, she is actually the only one who doesn’t have a voice in-game. Neru and Haku don’t talk in Diva Room mode, but they do talk on song results screens using voices either created by the community or by Sega. (I do not know which is the case).

    Teto doesn’t talk at all, ever. UTAU is not made by Crypton, so it’s likely that Sega does not have the rights to use it for PJD. That or the voices for this DLC are simply ripped from PJD2nd/e, where Teto was a Miku skin and therefore used Miku’s voice. And before someone asks: No, they do not sing the actual songs. They just talk on the results screen after you beat a song. To make them sing, you’ll have to create/download user-made edit data for one of their songs.

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

      I didn’t mean in the game! I meant, in general, Teto has an “official” voice associated with her, which Neru and Haku don’t. Thanks for the added insight, though. :)

      • ShugoTakahashi

        Yeah, that’s what I meant. You talked about the official voices, but I’m sure some people would read that as meaning that Teto has an in-game voice while the others do not.

        It was my unclear way of trying to clarify things, lol.

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

          I’ve added an “outside of the game” so people wouldn’t misunderstand what we reported either. Thanks for pointing that out. :)

          • ShugoTakahashi

            <3

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/2IOHKIGXCNFBQVGVIF75TYIVQI Horo

    so can we even get the DLC i we have american Vita’s???

    • http://www.siliconera.com Jenni

       If your American Vita has a Japanese (or whichever region’s version of Project Diva F you bought) account tied to it and the memory card, yes.

  • Belenger

    Gotta buy Teto just to do this even if it kills me.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEfDPvtFtGI

  • Zharkiel

    I don’t even like vocaloids, but why would you use anything that isn’t Fukkireta for Teto’s DLC teaser? 

  • Kai2591

    Teto’s in-game model looks very cute :)
    not bad for a 31 year old lol~
    and them drills!

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