Review: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f (PS Vita)

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Hatsune Miku Project Diva f on the PlayStation Vita is a great game! Hatsune Miku Project Diva f PS Vita is similar to Hatsune Miku Project Diva F on the PS3. The PS Vita version came out in Japan first and the PS3 second. In the west that release order was reversed. I’m pretty busy with stuff right now so this is just a mini-review, but I had to talk about a few things and how awesome this game is.

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The graphics on the Vita look great. One of the better looking games on PS Vita. They aren’t as sharp as the graphics on the PS3 version, but after a while you won’t even notice, they look great. The Vita version shares all of the same features the PS3 version has, and has one extra, AR mode. In AR mode you can take pictures of Miku and the other vocaloids in your surroundings. I haven’t tried out this mode yet, but it looks great for people who like that kind of stuff. Find out more info about AR Mikustream where you can send your AR pics to SEGA and they will post them live on the Project Diva f website.

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One of the positive sides of playing this on Vita instead of the PS3 is the input response time. On the PS3 version you gotta tweak the options so they work with your TV, on Vita everything just works and is set 100% accurate. A very good thing if you were having trouble with this setting on the PS3 version. Having accurate input response time allows you to do your very best.

Hatsune Miku Project Diva f PS Vita makes a great pick up and play game for when you are too busy to position yourself in front of your TV and play on a console, or when you are away from home and just need your Project Diva fix! One-hundred and one percent understandable, game is addicting!

Hatsune Miku Project Diva is a really awesome, colorful, fun, addicting, and hardcore music game. Don’t let the overly cute visuals fool you. This game WILL NOT go easy on you. I included the above video as an example of how crazy this game can get. Even if you don’t think you will like it, you really should give the demo on either PS3 or Vita a try, you might be really surprised at how you react to the game!

If you are intersted in finding out more info about the differences between the PS3 and Vita version, check out this article about pricing and how the DLC works.

If you aren’t at all familiar with this series and are interested in finding out more, I highly suggest you read my review of the PS3 version.

Final Score:
A

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5 responses to “Review: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f (PS Vita)

  1. Shigs says:

    I like the “Guitaroo Man” rhythm aspect of the Miku games. It’s the “buying the underage girls gifts, playing dress up with them and petting their heads” aspect that I find super creepy.

  2. go now says:

    Good morning! This Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f game is one of my favourite games ank I like to play it with my girlfriend! I have always been a self-contained person. This made it tough for me to open up and to talk about what I felt were my more deep-rooted issues. I was grateful to the best online Calmerry therapy company for the experience as it opened doors for me in order to seek further great support!!!

    • Richard Fultz says:

      Thanks for this informative review. Let me add that this is a rhythm game created by Sega and Crypton Future Media for the PlayStation Portable. The main role is played by the virtual idol Hatsune Miku. The gameplay of the game is pretty simple. Gray buttons of one of four shapes appear on the screen: Circle, Cross, Square, Triangle. Later, from the corner of the screen, the same buttons appear, only painted over. The point of the game is to press one of the four buttons in time, when the colored form passes through the gray one, the more accurate the better. After the song has passed, it is assessed how accurate the clicks were. I was able to gather this information from videos on YouTube in which the authors review games for portable consoles. I found there enough videos on this topic and noticed that in most cases they were published by accounts to which about 14 thousand subscribers were subscribed! I am sure that in order to achieve this, the owners of such accounts have resorted to using the services of https://soclikes.com/ in order to increase the number of subscribers.

  3. Cool says:

    Nice article! Thank you

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