Crazy to think that Hatsune Miku fans all went out to get an extended version of Project Diva 2 at full price. At least 184,673 fans went out and threw their hard earned yen at SEGA to get a copy of Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend.
The sales charts counted from November 7th to the 13th, but since Project Diva Extend came out on the 10th, it only got 3 days of sales counted. Hit the jump to see the full sales chart.
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend is actually a re-release of Project Diva 2, with more of everything you like. But will it have enough songs added to make it worth you importing it? We have an almost complete set list, you be the judge.
Its nothing new that companies share a gaming event’s line-up early. It happens every year, the only issue is that they have games they are saving to announce closer to the event. This time around is no different, stuff like Black Panther 2 , Yakuza 5 or Valkyria Chronicles 3 Extended don’t appear in the list.
Confirmed to be there:
Binary Domain (PS3/360)
Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure (3DS)
Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend (PSP)
Phantasy Star Online 2 (PC)
7th Dragon 2020 (PSP)
Anarchy Reigns (PS3/360)
Sonic Generations (PS3/3DS)
Even weirder, stuff like Shinobi 3DS, CRUSH 3D and Guardian Heroes seems to be missing. What is up with that?
If you were looking forward to Hatsune Miku Project Diva 2.5, you won’t have to worry, it’s still coming out. The only thing that has changed now is the title. The official title for the release is Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend. Which to me sounds way better than 2.5, would have made more sense if it was “extended” and not extend.
Famitsu revealed that the game will be coming out November 10th, exclusively on PSP. Also revealed is the first pre-order bonus. If you pre-order the game, you get an audio CD with Hatsune Miku singing classic SEGA songs. Which songs? We will post them when we find out.