Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F Puts On A Show For PlayStation 3

By Ishaan . January 24, 2013 . 9:00am

Sega have released a new trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F—that’s a capital F, which means this is the PlayStation 3 version of the game. The trailer gives a look at some of the new costumes on the game, along with a preview of a few of the songs and features you’ll find, like the Live Studio mode:



Some of the new songs being added to the PlayStation 3 version include:


“A Thousand Cherry Blossoms” by Kurousa-P

“Rin-chan Now!” by Owata-P

“Dream Eater Shirokuro Baku” by Nem

“Tokyo Teddy Bear” by Neru

“Tell Your World” by livetune

“Sweet Devil” by Hachioji P


Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F will reach the PlayStation 3 on March 7th.

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  • Kevadu

    Some of the new songs? I thought they said there would be six new songs, so that’s all of them.

    • They also put out a question to fans, asking which songs from the older games they’d like to see remade in PDF. The chosen songs with the most votes will get new music videos and notes.

      (Although, they might release those as DLC later.)

      • Nightmesh

        I was wondering about that. As far a I know the songs they announce so far are all new.

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    That new Miku costume looks so gorgeous. Can’t wait for March here.^_^

  • AlyOssan

    Aah, dat Senbonzakura…I like most of the songs they’re adding, but that’s the only one I’ll be really sad to not have on my Vita version :(

    • Alexzander Shelton

      All of the PS3 songs will be available as DLC either the day PDF is released or sometime afterwards.

      • AlyOssan

        Yeah, the problem with that is I only have one memory card, and since memory cards are linked to your PSN account I’d have to buy another one to use the Japanese PSN store. Not sure if I want to buy another one of those overpriced memory cards just for one song :(

        • Alexzander Shelton

          Yeah the memory card thing really sucks. Though you can find a 4GB Memory Card for under ten bucks on Amazon.

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