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  • Summary: Explore the infinite world of Hatsune Miku through the most comprehensive Project Diva game ever released! Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone Prelude comes with two songs and modules to customize. To unlock the full potential of Future Tone, purchase two packs bursting with 220 songs:Explore the infinite world of Hatsune Miku through the most comprehensive Project Diva game ever released! Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone Prelude comes with two songs and modules to customize. To unlock the full potential of Future Tone, purchase two packs bursting with 220 songs: Future Sound and Colorful Tone. [Playstation.com] Expand

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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone - Official English Release Trailer
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 18 out of 21
  2. Negative: 0 out of 21
  1. 100
    Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Future Tone is the holy grail of an already illustrious franchise. For existing fans of the virtual idol, this isn’t just some greatest hits album. Plenty of formerly arcade-exclusive tracks are available on console for the first time. Newcomers, meanwhile, are positively spoiled for choice and couldn't ask for a better time to start the franchise.
  2. Jan 9, 2017
    91
    Project DIVA Future Tone is a celebration of ten years with the Vocaloid crew, bringing nearly every song and outfit handcrafted for the digital singers into one complete collection on PlayStation 4.
  3. Jan 9, 2017
    90
    Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone is everything you love about J-pop. Its infectious music, snazzy visuals, and accessible yet challenging gameplay will have you shouting for an encore.
  4. Jan 9, 2017
    85
    What it lacks in frills, it makes up for in staggering volume, enough to satisfy anyone that's accepted Miku into their heart (that isn't already sick of playing older songs), or serve as a playable canon of popular Vocaloid compositions to pique the curiosity of the yet-to-be-converted.
  5. Jan 23, 2017
    83
    Future Tone is a great game for newcomers and veterans that you can enjoy right from the beginning.
  6. 80
    While Project DIVA Future Tone is a welcome addition to the PlayStation family, it most certainly doesn’t hold your hand when trying to master every song. Hitting that last note and realising you’ve got yourself a perfect or even scraping a pass is the most satisfying feeling ever.
  7. 60
    Fans of the Hatsune Miku franchise (or Miku herself) will likely be happy with what Future Tone provides. The sheer number of tracks on offer is impressive, but there's no doubt that this is a rushed compilation that provides little for those that aren't Miku-crazy.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Jan 13, 2017
    10
    Easy 10/10 game, if you have any interest in these at all it's perfect. Fantastic visuals among the best on the PS4, a huge pile of tunes,Easy 10/10 game, if you have any interest in these at all it's perfect. Fantastic visuals among the best on the PS4, a huge pile of tunes, and arcade type controls. It's the best game in the series, pure and simple. Expand
  2. Jan 18, 2017
    10
    Hatsune miku diva future.tone is the ultimate definitive collection of all the past diva games. It has all the songs from Diva F, Diva F2,Hatsune miku diva future.tone is the ultimate definitive collection of all the past diva games. It has all the songs from Diva F, Diva F2, Diva F X with all of the DLC from it as well. But thats not all.... it also includes all of the old psp Japanese diva songs that we never got here too. This is all included in the first half named future sound, 100 and something songs to enjoy. But yu should get the full version as well, as the other half includes all the songs from all the project miri games wich there is only 2 miri games anyways.... so the rest is filled with completely new songs that we probably haven't heard in the diva games. Oh did I forget to mention its only 56 dollars? Honestly this port of future tone took me by complete suprise, I din't expect them to have it ported so quickly..... thank you developers for this holy game! With over 200 songs, it rival's final fantasy rythem game of 200+ songs wich Im still haven't heard all the songs yet after 3 months of playing it..... so you can imagine this rythem game is going to take you a very long time to play.... Im not going to say anything about gameplay because you can download project future tone for free on the playstation store with 2 free songs for you to enjoy... so you can make your own judgment by playing those 2 free songs first anyways. I will say that the graphics are super detailed. Most of the songs have the same old backdrops like in their original game, but here it looks 10x more impressive with the 3D model. Do note that all of the songs in the diva series are the short versions of the full song, with only the miri series to have the full versions of the songs. Don't worry though, none of them are terribly short.... they are long enough here. But what are you waiting for. Buy it already! Expand
  3. Jan 12, 2017
    10
    I've had the Japanese version since the first week it came out in Japan. I never expected this to get a Western release. I'm glad it didI've had the Japanese version since the first week it came out in Japan. I never expected this to get a Western release. I'm glad it did though, as now more people can experience this amazing game. For Hatsune Miku/Vocaloids fans, this is the definitive game to play. Over 200 songs = Worth. Expand
  4. Dec 3, 2017
    9
    I bought Miku Future tone bundle (Colorful tone & Future sound). I got around 220 songs, which is a huge number. Each song has its own MV. II bought Miku Future tone bundle (Colorful tone & Future sound). I got around 220 songs, which is a huge number. Each song has its own MV. I have been playing this game for more than 2 weeks now and still have not played 50% of total songs. I am impressed with the quality and quantity we have here. Gameplay is perfectly fine. It is great music game with an ability to change costume of your singers. Menu is very easy to navigate.

    Anyway, I think PS4 controller is not the best controller for this type of game. Especially those up down left right button are not designed to be mashed zealously yet precisely. (This problem will occurs when you are good enough to play on hard - expert). I would prefer playing this game with keyboard if possible so that you can use different fingers at the same time and it has better sense of precision. You don't have to mind this problem at all if you are not very competitive gamer.

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    Another negative thing is that this game does not have English lyric for you. It is not big deal but I hope they could have English lyric in the future.

    Overall, Miku Future tone is one of the greatest music game. I have no regret buying it. My favorite songs are 1/6 Gravity, Dears, Though my songs has no form, Cat food .... etc so many good songs I can't write them all.. If you are into anime songs, Japanese songs. You should buy it. There is a trial version that you can download so check that out if you are unsure.
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  5. May 25, 2019
    9
    Great rhythm game, best in the sires, of course, BUT noses... I hate it! :D In HMP Diva X it was nice, normal..
  6. Apr 29, 2019
    7
    The song list seems overwhelming and not as well-picked as in the PS3 games. It's like they threw every possible song in the game and countedThe song list seems overwhelming and not as well-picked as in the PS3 games. It's like they threw every possible song in the game and counted on players to find their favorites among the many songs. I preferred the PS3 games as they felt like "Best of"-compilations with interesting visuals. The action on screen is not as well made in this newer game, because they couldn't possibly make a real well-crafted music video for each song since there are too many. More importantly, the motivation one got from chasing the Platinum-trophy is gone since there isn't a Platinum for this game. I think the journey towards Platinum in PS3 games was superior to the massive load of songs in this package. Expand