By Justin Guillou / April 21st, 2013
Project Diva has proven to be a very successful series in Japan since its original release on the PlayStation Portable. So far, the simple, yet addictive rhythm game has sold very well, and is incredibly popular among Vocaloid fans and gamers who enjoy Japanese rhythm games. The latest game in the series, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F, is continuing the trend. SEGA announced that they have shipped a total of 390,000 units of the game across both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions of the game. The series is doing so well that Sega is even considering bringing Project Diva F outside of Japan. They even went as far as releasing a demo of Project Diva F in English at E3 last year.
So, If SEGA was to bring this game outside of Japan, would you be interested in buying a copy? And how well do you think it would sell?
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