Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F launch trailer

Hatsune Miku Project Diva F is out now in North America both in retail and on PSN. In Europe the game has been delayed to next week and is only available digitally. I’ve started playing the game today and it is a lot of fun. I plan to have a review up by next week, maybe this weekend if I get through the game faster than I think I will. So, stay tuned!

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10 responses to “Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F launch trailer

  1. matty says:

    I will get drunk and play this all weekend.

    ALONE.

  2. Hitrax says:

    First time Sega’s done a project like this since Space Channel 5, though SP5 wasn’t really any real success in the west, maybe, just maybe, Hatsune can succeed where SC5 didn’t, though wont hold my breath, better to underestimate than overestimate, otherwise, you’ll always end up being disappointed. Hopefully it does well enough, Sega could do with a more stronger Western presence of their Japanese core IP’s, even if it is just a Simon Says style title, in the most basic sense.

    • Will says:

      There is a huge Hatsune Miku fanbase in the western world. I think the chances of it doing well are pretty high. I gotta imagine that’s the only reason SEGA took the risk.

  3. Amrith says:

    I don’t care about digital games. You lost a bunch of european customers with that move SEGA.

    • Will says:

      digital isnt all that bad. I much prefer it. I understand some people don’t like it though. If it makes you feel any better, even when you buy a physical game you don’t actually own the game, you own a license to play it, same thing with digital 😛

      I got a big HDD on my PS3 and love having most of my recent games digital. makes things so much easier.

      oh, and faster loading times. since not all PS3 games have install options.

  4. Sky says:

    Will Wii U have this?

  5. Lenno says:

    How much is it going to be in all territories?
    Want to make sure I have enough points to spare for it at the right time.

    • Will says:

      game is $50 in North America. Don’t know what the EU prices are going to be. SEGA doesn’t have any prices listed on their blog.

    • Welsh Lion says:

      Well, $50 there would amount to something like £35 in the UK countries I think.

      It would amount to around 39 Euros I think, if your country is part of the Euro zone currency in continental Europe.
      Not to familiar on Euro currency though.

  6. Joon says:

    I can’t see price listings for it anywhere else. You would think they would have done that by now considering it’s less than a week until it’s available in all territories.

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