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The Diva Is Back:
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd is the upcoming sequel to one of the most popular rhythm game franchises in existence. Virtual superstar Hatsune Miku returns with the entirety of her Vocaloid entourage in an encore performance with many of the themes from the previous title intact. As such, no rhythm game can make it big without a solid track list, and so far confirmed are seven confirmed songs:
"Akatsuki Arrival" (アカツキアライヴァル) by Last Note
"Romeo and Cinderella" (ロミオとシンデレラ) by doriko
"Colorful x Melody" (カラフル×メロディ) by Team MOER
"A Thousand Year Solo" (千年の独奏歌) by yanagiP
"Spoofing Genga" (なりすましゲンガー) by KulfiQ
"This is the Happiness and Peace of Mind Committee" (こちら、幸福安心委員会です) by Utata-P
"Packaged" by livetune
As more information becomes released for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd, please expect more updates from us in the near future!
|Original Name||初音未來-名伶計畫F 2nd|
|Official Release Date||Mar 27, 2014|
|Genre||Music & Party|
Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd is coming March 6th, with new songs and mechanics!
PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: Hatsune Miku -Project Diva- F 2nd!
Official Website (Japanese)
【初音ミク】「Project DIVA F 2nd」、発表済みӗ
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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nice game, amazing
Once again the Vita is grace by another Project Diva game. The core gameplay is the same as the previous Project Diva F game with additional kinks:
- Chained star notes are introduced. These star notes require accuracy compared to the star notes in the previous game that players could cheese by just rubbing the touch screen or back panel without following the rhythm.
- Completing 'Chance Times' shows an alternative version of the music video that plays in the background. A perfect example of this is Kagerou Days. If you fail ot complete the Chance Time, you will only see Miku on stage otherwise you see a video of Miku reliving the same day while saving a cat and avoiding obstacles.
- You can't just give gifts to the vocaloids as often as they want and if you give the same gift three times in succession, they will hate it.
- Songs have unlockables. Requirements are displayed in a separate tab before the song is played. You may unlock modules, room items, customize items and skins
- Skins. It lets players change the user interface in the rhythm game for a bit. Does not affect gameplay
- Custom PVs are easier to get thanks to service linkage with Piapro. Requires a piapro account, which is free. A big imrovement because you can get the music for the PV as well!
- Trophies are harder to grind for.
Song selections are top notch plus there are DLCs on the Japanese PSN for songs like Ai Kotoba. English is not necessary so if you want to get ahead, play the Japanese version like the rest of us. I for one will not buy the US version because for me, the version is pointless.
From Diva F to F2, the graphics has improve along with the new swipe icons. At least there is some of my favorite songs in it! *Thumb Up*
The visuals are a huge upgrade from the PSP remakes. The characters looked like they moved a little less clunky, they weren't all that bad to begin with. The difficulty is up a bit from all other games. Most of the other songs seemed to be a little too easy, needing more notes. This seemed to fix it for me. I love it!
The sequel of Project Diva has good choice of soundtrack and I like almost every single piece of song. To unlock module to costumes it is need to be complete under of the select soundtrack.
The control set up is more complex and challengeable than the previous Project Diva. The purchase of the game is worth it.
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