Hatsune Miku Project Diva f is available now on PSN

Hatsune Miku Project Diva f is out now for the PlayStation Vita on the PlayStation Network in North America for $30. Europeans can get their hands on the game when PSN updates next week on March 12th. Existing PS3 DLC is compatible with the PS Vita version of Project Diva f. Project Diva f also has Vita specific DLC for $10 that gives you the extra songs that were added on the PS3 release. Project Diva f (Vita) came out before Project Diva F (PS3) in Japan, and that’s why you have to buy DLC to get the extra songs on the Vita version. Although, even with the extra song DLC added to the cost, the Vita version is still $10 less than the PS3 version.

So, are you excited? Did you buy it already? Do you plan on buying Project Diva f for the PS Vita?

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3 responses to “Hatsune Miku Project Diva f is available now on PSN

  1. matty says:

    I listened to the latest 8-4 podcast where they interviewed a SEGA rep. Apparently, this game (at least the PS3 version) was hard as hell to get across to localize. Who woulda thunk?!

    • InTheSky says:

      that podcast is awesome.

      As for project diva, I’ve yet to play a game, but I’ve heard it’s challenging so I’m tempted to dive in. I don’t have a vita so I might opt for project diva F

  2. InTheSky says:

    correction, that particular podcast segment was awesome.

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