Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F Will Cost $30 On PlayStation Vita

By Ishaan . February 17, 2014 . 1:00pm

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is seeing a release on PlayStation Vita in North America and Europe next month, and Sega have announced a DLC Cross-Buy offer for players that already own the game on PlayStation 3.

 

The Snow Miku 2013 (above) and the Extra Character Modules DLC will be available for free on Vita if you’ve already purchased it on PlayStation 3. Likewise, if you buy the DLC on Vita, you’ll get it for free in the PS3 version as well.

 

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd will be available for Vita on March 4th in North America and March 12th in Europe. In North America, the game will cost $29.99.


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  • http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/21421.html?type=4 Kashell

    <3
    For the first time in a long time, I'll have two copies of the same game for different systems.

  • SBKJAZZ

    Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd will be available for Vita on March 4th in North America and March 12th in Europe. In North America, the game will cost $29.99.

    …It’s the first game…

  • Sentsuizan_93

    Time to platinum this again~ ^_^

    • Pheria

      Do you know if it’ll share a trophy list with the Japanese version of the game? I, too, would like to know.

      • Sentsuizan_93

        The trophies are separate from the JP version.
        Just like the PS3 and Vita versions will have separate trophies.

        • Pheria

          Neat. Thanks! :D

  • TheExile285

    Lol, I had $40 sitting in my PS wallet for this. Well played SEGA.

    Anyone know the download size? I’d expect it to be similar to the Japanese Vita version.

    • JMaster3000

      Not really, not all songs from PS3 version are there.
      And all of the DLC songs in japan costed 30 $….. lets wait and see how much DLC is gonna cost.

    • http://www.unit03.net blackraen

      My JPN copy of PDf is 3523 MB (that is with DLC and extra songs).

  • nonscpo

    Never played a vocaloid game before but the let’s play make it look interesting, don’t know how I feel about it being digital only :(

    • Demeanor

      I too was not crazy about digital releases, but as far as the Vita goes I’m loving them more and more: even tho I’m from EU I use a US account for obvious reasons, and paying a relatively low price to play games *immediately* without worrying about waiting/shipping costs/customs etc. is truly a blessing. Not to mention having Ys Celceta, Sorcery Saga, Danganrompa, Blazblue etc. all ready to be played at the touch of a finger.
      The only downside is the idiotic thing about deleting your save data when you delete the game from the (never too large) memcards, you can get around it with pc or ps plus backups (but in my case I have a EU ps plus… >_>).
      But seriously, do NOT stop yourself from getting this gem because of that, at 30$ it’s really a steal, the game is awesome. I’m already counting the seconds untile PDF2nd… :D

      • nonscpo

        The thing with digital is that its an acquired taste, call me old fashion but I do like having the box/cartridge with me. I’m also not a fan of deleting a game and losing the file too. I’ll probably pick it up just not at launch, with Dangan Ronpa now and Conception 2 later my free time is all but gone

        • Belenger

          As others mentioned you can save your file using the cloud storage avaible for plus, if you dont happen to have plus, you can backup your save into a PS3 if no PS3 avaible, there’s always PC, plenty options to choose.

    • http://www.unit03.net blackraen

      Digital really isn’t too bad, and I’ve actually grown to really like it for the Vita.

      Even if you’re running a smaller memory card, you can always copy off your applications to your computer before deleting, saving the download time AND preserving your save.

      Vita also supports + now for cloud saves if you’re a PS+ subber.

      Try and give it a fair shot, this is quite a fun game and worth your time.

      • http://www.lrdalucard.deviantart.com lrdalucard

        True, and I rather have my games online too, that way I can download the game any time, anywhere if I need them with urgency to play with someone.
        And with PS+ its a charm, makes my life way easier! (Actually thx to plus… I have more games then I can play…)

  • http://www.midnightgaming.blogspot.com MidnightScott

    I just bought a Vita on ebay the other day so I might bite on this to support Hatsune Miku’s future US debut, although I wish it was a physical copy :<

  • Dsvkb

    Just nitpicking here, but it’s Project Diva f, not F.

    • Tyler Beale

      Grammar, dammit!

    • Crevox

      ƒ

      :)

  • HououinKyouma

    It’s not Project Diva F 2nd.
    Also, does anyone know about retail copies for the game?
    I’m pretty sure EU will get Digital only, but what about NA?

    • SobriK

      NA’s digital-only as well.

      • HououinKyouma

        100% sure?
        If that’s the case I’m going with Japanese right away…

        • SobriK

          Yup! If we’re talking about Project Diva f (and not Project Diva F 2nd), Sega’s confirmed a few times over that the western Vita release would be digital-only.

          I have no idea why this is, as Project Diva F got a physical release, but hey… I’m not Sega.

          • HououinKyouma

            Uhm, okay, thank you a lot, I was gonna wait till March 4th for nothing =_=.
            Going to order now from Japan then.
            I hate digital on consoles, especially PS Vita because of the memory card prices :.

    • Guest

      No NA is both digital and physical

      • LightOfValkyrie

        Um, no. It’s been confirmed multiple times by Sega that it’s digital only.

  • WingsOfEternity

    I got excited and thought F 2nd was going to get an international release for $30.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jefriputra Jeff

    Is this going to have the same song list with the PS3 version? from what i know the japanese version of project diva f song list is less from the PS3 version

  • konsama

    Mind someone sharing a link or the list of songs missing between the PS3 and vita version? Not like it will change my mind on buying it, but i have no access to my PS3 for ages and i plan to play it on Vita mostly.

    Also $30, that’s way cheaper than i had expected, so gonna try to get day 1.

  • Yan Zhao

    Anyone know if the game supports cross-save? Just wondering if I can transfer my PS3 save data to the Vita version and vice versa,

  • Guest

    So this means that the US version of Project Diva ƒ 2nd comes on sale earlier than the JP version, huh.

    Color me surprised.

  • http://so-very.me/ Jenny

    MINE!! mine mine mine mine mine :D

  • Aisu

    Hi! I’m new to the vita and psn scene so I was wondering if I could still buy this with an Asia PSN? or is it exclusive to just europe and na? Is there a way I can get this if I’m not i Europe?

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