Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade is being tested in a Los Angeles shopping center


This isn’t the first time that SEGA Japan (which seems to be the one doing the testing) has teased their Hatsune Miku games to American audiences. This last E3, they had Hatsune Miku Project Diva f for display at Sony’s booth. Sadly the game never was localized.

Seems this time around that SEGA is testing to see if there is an interest in Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade, which is being tested right now through March 18th in the Puente Hills Mall. The game has an online pass fee thing, which you get free for doing a survey. It costs four credits to play.


7 responses to “Hatsune Miku Project DIVA Arcade is being tested in a Los Angeles shopping center

  1. Shigs says:

    That’s Round 1! My local mall. They got a ton of imported games as well as many Sega games and Sega UFO catchers. They are a Japanese arcade business and this is their first arcade in America.

  2. Shigs says:

    Also bowling and waaay more karaoke booths than they’ll ever use.

  3. DreamcasterDC says:

    How about we focus on localizing something that is actually good, like Phantasy Star Online 2? Or would you, SEGA, like to lose another extremely dedicated fan?

  4. Lawrence Elsa says:

    Well, I talked to them, and they said that it was more than successful, so they’re either gonna have the machines rented out in their 2nd location, or they’re gonna keep them for yet another 2 weeks.

  5. pain says:

    can i get sega 2 sold me 1 of those arcade cabinet i have the mony can any body answer my that?

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