Here’s A Good, Long Look At Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F Songs On PS3

By Ishaan . March 5, 2013 . 9:00am

Sega have shared a trailer with a rundown of some of the songs you’ll find in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for the PlayStation 3. A lot of the songs highlighted in the trailer should be familiar if you’ve been keeping up with news of the original PlayStation Vita version. Here’s a look:



Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F does have new songs as well, though—six of them. These are:

  • “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


Other new content being added to the game includes new modules, such as a grown-up module for Kagamine Rin. As previously reported, data can be transferred from the Vita version of the game to the PlayStation 3.


Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F will be released on March 8th.

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  • epy

    Senbonzakura! Oh yeah!

  • carlospsp

    Hatsune Miku Megaman Alike

  • I am the most excited for Sweet Devil and Rin-chan now! However, I am rather disappointed that they didn’t include Distorted Princess, but they can save that for the next Diva game! So i can wait, no need for them to use up all the good candidates right off the bat!

    Oh, and if they ever add in other Vocaloids, they should add iA, most definitely. Kagerou Days in my Project Diva? YES, PLEASE.

  • Brion Valkerion

    Not a miku fan but am very tempted to buy this, just think the whole vocaloid thing is very cool, even if most of the songs are fairly bland imo. There are some I consider amazing songs though ! Namely Odds and Ends. And the songs made with the Luka voice.

  • Wesley Kenneth Houpt Mattingly

    Want demo :3
    Honestly the amount of songs in the game is insulting. The PSP games had a lot more songs than this one.
    This game = 40 or so.
    PSP ones = 60 or so in Extend.

    • ThomasTruong

      Extend has 41 songs (including a majority of them being repeats from 2nd) with DLC + 1 tutorial song.
      F has 42 songs (only reusing Melancholic with a new PV) with DLC + 1 tutorial song

      You should’ve listed 2nd, a better example, which had 46 standard songs, 9 Edit Only Songs, and 10 (pricy) DLC songs. But even then, 19 of the said standard songs were repeats from the first game. The first game (36 core songs) also has almost as much DLC and edit songs than its core setlist.

      Expensive? In terms of pricing and the size of the setlist, yes.
      But insulting? Considering the fact that nearly everything is new and the only way one can compare is to include additional DLC (which would moreover cost the amount of a retail title to pick it all up), absolutely not.

  • I like how the Vocaloids look more expressive. Maybe if it gets a “best” version, I’ll double dip. For now, I’ll make do with Project Diva f on my Vita.

  • CirnoTheStrongest

    Rin-chan NOW!
    And xD Sega ships Rin and Miku sooo much

  • harmonyworld

    Looks good!

  • Edzo

    rin-chan now is the worst thing ever

  • Jesse Thompson

    Got it preordered, can’t wait! I only wish I could afford the controller! Ouch, hehe…

  • Nightmesh

    I love how they went crazy with the expressions in Rin-chan Now.

  • Kai M

    Don’t have to urge to pick this up now because I already have the Vita version. It’s only some additional content and improve graphic. I was expected like 10+ new songs since blu-ray disc can hold more but saying that DLC might be the idea here.

  • りんごタルト@エスカのアトリエ

    Tell Your World looks like a really watered down version of the visually chaotic PV. It’s not like that I don’t like it, but.. I dunno.

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