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  1. Project Diva F: US / EU Release THIS AUGUST!

    #500622013-03-08 09:13:13 *DarkChaplain said:

    Via SEGA:

    Like & share if you support bringing Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for PS3 to North America and Europe!


    Almost 14.000 Likes within 18 hours, this is so gonna happen!

    This is NOT about you buying the game, people. It is about convincing SEGA to release it in the USA and Europe by showing interest!

  2. #500742013-03-08 15:13:58Oppaaai said:

    @Chou I knooow I want it so bad. Didnt get the chance to say today that I planned to buy the japanese first, but I even has to wait for that so we will see later if this comes out before I have the money then it will be this version first!

    Then you need to come play it mowahaha!

  3. #500892013-03-08 18:37:16 *Warlock said:

    Hey, we got Tales of Graces F. Why not Project Diva F? I mean I'd probably think we'd have an 80% chance to get it.

  4. #502222013-03-09 13:34:37DarkChaplain said:

    They're asking about the PS3 release only so far, from what I can tell.

    Over 18k Likes at this point. Diva's gotten that much in 2 mere days, while Final Fantasy: Type-0 for PSP's petition got around 12k votes in total since October :'D (meh game anyway, really)

  5. #502662013-03-09 23:52:35Ashkachan said:

    The thing is... Very, very few rhythm games are popular in the West. Just because a post on FB has a lot of likes, doesn't mean everyone of those people liking it will buy it. We've already got Osu for PC, which has a lot of Vocaloid beatmaps (Some of which are NOT on Project Diva, aka the not-Crypton Vocaloids)

    Like, I dunno. Vocaloid is popular in the West, I'll give it that much, but it isn't popular enough to sell a bunch of units imo. This'll be a bomb when and if it is ever released.

  6. #502722013-03-10 00:28:30DarkChaplain said:

    SEGA THEMSELVES are putting it to the test. THEY are trying to gauge demand and popularity of the brand and game in the west. It is NOT about actual sales, but about whether or not it might be worth even producing, and if there's a potential market to exploit.

    Also, if you think this is gonna "bomb", you must be pretty daft.

  7. #504022013-03-11 12:35:25momo said:


    Even if you don't plan on buying it, LIKE THE PAGE FOR ME, BECAUSE YOU LIKE ME.

  8. #579152013-06-07 13:30:07DarkChaplain said:


    Project Diva F on PS3 This August: Hatsune Miku’s North American and European Debut!


    Today, SEGA is proud to announce that Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is headed West! The game will arrive this August on both PlayStation 3 and Playstation Network in North America!

    Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is a rhythm game featuring 38 unique songs, including popular tracks like Tell Your World and Black★Rock Shooter. Players can create and share their own Miku videos in “Edit Mode”, and can customize the popular diva with over 90 different costumes and 100 accessories. Being the first console game released for the franchise in the West, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F will include all of the updated graphics, additional songs, and features of the Japanese version.

    Hatsune Miku is the world’s most popular digital singer, produced by Crypton Future Media, INC. Her popularity continues to increase in the West and she has over 950,000 dedicated English speaking fans on Facebook. In 2011, she packed the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles for her first ever Western concert, and tickets sold out almost instantly. To gauge interest for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F in the west, SEGA asked fans to like and share an image of Miku to pledge their support, and the response was astounding. In less than three days, the post received over 25,000 likes and 15,000 shares.

    In short, it was your voices, as fans, that helped make this happen.

    We’re thrilled to bring this title out for you, and we’re counting on your support. Tell Your World!

    Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is slated for release on PlayStation 3 and via digital download on PlayStation Network in August 2013. If you’re excited to get your hands the game, you won’t have to wait too long – the demo will be available this Tuesday, June 11th!

    The EU looks like it won't get a retail version, though. Still, even a PSN release is a victory!