Take A Good Look At Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F On The PlayStation 3

By Ishaan . December 3, 2012 . 8:30am

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F on the PlayStation 3 has its first trailer, and it provides a rundown of all the new features that will be included in the PS3 version of the game.



Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F on the PlayStation 3 will include six new songs, including “Tell Your World” by livetune and “Sweet Devil” by Hachioji P. The game will also feature 13 new modules and a Live Studio mode.


Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F will be released on March 7th, 2013 for the PlayStation 3. Owners of both versions will also be able to use their data on both systems.

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  • Yeah, I’m definitely getting this. The Project Diva games are so much fun. Being able to use the data on both systems is a great feature too. Also at the end, dat game pad lol =^_^=

  • damn……im so tempted to buy this even though i have the vita version

    • Shiggity1

      Same here!

  • Alfy Masamune

    looks crap…like all Hatsune Miku games.

    • Juan Manuel M. Suárez

      Your comment looks generic, like all the people who bash a genre without having tried it first~.

      • Shiggity1

        hahahaahah great response.

    • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

      Ussual Vocaloid hater i see. Don’t you think it will be better to not post here as it is a waste of time for you to post in a topic you hate?

  • veruses

    Not sure how I feel about the L3/R3 usage.

  • Christian Wright

    definitely getting the controller this time

  • Lios


  • superdry

    Oh, man, March 2013 cannot come fast enough. Looking good.

    Using the analog sticks for the “scratch” feature is interesting…could work okay. I’ll reserve judgement since on the Vita my initial reaction was “stupid gimmick,” but, after playing the game for a bit, it was okay and worked out.

    • I wondered how they were going to implement it but sure enough, that looks like it would work nicely.

      Scratching in the Vita version definitely falls into gimmick territory. It’s okay but I still have trouble getting some of the faster sections to register, especially when using thumb rather than holding the console with one hand and using the index finger (which in turn makes it harder to fall back to “normal” playing). Oh well, practice, practice, practice…

  • Kevadu

    That costume sillhouette in the trailer looks exactly what Miku wears in the incredibly popular Thousand Sakura video. Coincidence? I doubt it. That’s probably one of the unannounced new songs.

  • tubers

    I really prefer these faces but it doesn’t really look as detailed as the DT games.

    I think this needs some more anti aliasing. It looks pretty jagged.

    Then again they didn’t call this game Dreamy Theater :)

  • Demeanor

    Don’t care if I have it on my Vita, don’t care about Japan’s high prices, don’t care about shipping or customs, DEFINITELY gonna get this ^ ^

  • Hoshi星

    I can’t wait to re-platinum this game. hehehe

    • I wonder if it will have the same trophies as the Vita version? Sure hope so – the trophy set of Project Diva f was certainly a “little” more manageable than the ones in both Dreamy Theaters (^^;)

    • raito_89

      I bet it doesn’t have Miku Room anymore and have a platinum trophy for PERFECT’ing all song in extreme.

  • so can anyone with good japanese (i can only read Kana) tell what the PSV to PS3 gimmick this trailer is talking about? i think its just about transfer PSV data to PS3 and edit data PSV to PS3 compatbility?

    i really like the portability of the PD games.. hopefully when you buy the PS3 version you can update your PSV game with the contents exclusive to the PS3 to it or is this idea just too farfetched?

    oh and they should add a 3DTV compatibility since it is played with a console

    and i want more Megurine Luka Modules and Songs..T.T

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