Project Diva f for Vita Heading to North America, Europe

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f

Sega has announced via a press release that Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f will be heading to North America and Europe for the Vita in early 2014. The PlayStation 3 version of this title released in both regions both back in August. I am really excited that Sega has decided to release the portable version as well. If you want more information about this this title you can check out my full review of the PS3 release.

For more, read Sega’s press release.

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  • This is great! Now, if they could just localize some of their other titles, that’d be even better.

    • Jonah Rosen

      You mean like Phantasy Star Online 2?(!)

    • That and Yakuza 5 are mostly what I’m referencing. 😛

    • Jonah Rosen

      oh right, I almost forgot about Yakuza 5, only because I never played any game in the series. I’m sure it’s a good series, though.

    • It is! I love the series quite a bit, and now that I’ve finally finished the fourth game, I’m feeling sad that if I wanted to, I wouldn’t be able to continue with the series.

    • Jonah Rosen

      I might actually have to give it a try when I get some money together then.

    • Definitely do! It’s worth it.

  • Roberto Ruiz Contreras

    I’ll preorder this as soon as I’m able to.

  • Tara

    I honestly would have preferred they released another one instead of the PSV port. Oh well, we might get that, too. (And Vita owners, since they’re doing this, buy the game. It’s a lot of fun!)

    • An Tran

      Well, just for correction purposes, the PSV version is the original. The PS3 version that was recently released in the West is the port.

    • Tara

      Well, yeah. I know that, I just wasn’t really thinking about that when I wrote the post. Still, I would have preferred another Hatsune Miku game instead of the same one again. 😛

    • An Tran

      Well hopefully if this sells well enough, they’ll consider bringing over Project Diva f 2nd.

    • Tara

      One can hope. But then I recall we got some pretty good numbers on a few other Sega games, and we ended up not getting the sequels. (Seriously, Valkyria Chronicles 2 sold well enough we should have gotten III. And I don’t play the Yakuza games, but those sold well enough we should have gotten all of those, too… This is the very reason I am concerned now that Sega’s bankrolling Atlus’ games.)

    • An Tran

      True, Sega seems to be pretty random when it comes to localizing their non-Sonic games nowadays.
      And you’re not the only one worrying about Sega’s ownership of Atlus. Personally, I would’ve liked for them to be owned by NIS or MarvelousAQL.

    • Tara

      I honestly would have even been more for Idea Factory International taking Atlus. And Idea Factory can’t make a single game that functions well. (I like the basic idea behind a lot of their games, but they are buggy as hell, and rarely get fixed.)

    • An Tran

      Sounds more like Atlus should be buying IF instead. I also like their games, but low framerates in games like the first Neptunia for PS3 seriously put me off from playing them too much. Hopefully they’re getting better as they release more games.

    • Tara

      I think I might be the only person that actually kinda enjoyed the Spectral Force games. 😛 I also liked the gameplay for Chaos Wars, despite that getting the world’s worst localization.

  • An Tran

    Hopefully this means Project Mirai 2 for 3DS will come over, too.

    Also PSO2 PLEASE!
    Give Sonic a 5 year vacation or something and start giving us more non-Sonic games Sega!

    • Tara

      If they’ve decided to do this, I guess that means they made some money on Project Diva f for PS3. So maybe! I’d really like Project Mirai 2 here as well. :3

      And PSO2 being the setting for “The MMORPG Addict’s Theme” was just an awful tease.

      As far as the Sonic idea… yeah, I agree there. I note they’re getting right back to “churn out crappy Sonic games”. Shame, Generations showed such promise.

    • An Tran

      The rumors about Sega using the apparently completed English localization of PSO2 for the SEA servers instead of the western version is even worse =_=

      And yeah…I also liked Sonic Colors, so it’s too bad how Lost World turned out.

  • Roberto Ruiz Contreras

    Oh, yeah, I said this the last time and I’ll say it again.
    If there is a Suped up Ultra Mega Bling Bling Deluxe Special Edition of this game then I will buy that, doesnt matter how much it costs I will buy that.

    • JonathanisPrimus

      The Vita version is a PSN only release.

    • Roberto Ruiz Contreras

      …………………………..well Fuck, meh, I’ll still buy it on release day.