- Publisher: Sega
- Release Date: Mar 4, 2014
- Also On: PlayStation 3
- Summary: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F lets players join Hatsune Miku in an all-new rhythm video game featuring selections from her popular songs.
- Developer: Sega
- Genre(s): Action, Miscellaneous, Rhythm, Music, Music
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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f - Vita Announcement Trailer
Positive: 7 out of 10
Mixed: 3 out of 10
Negative: 0 out of 10
Mar 17, 2014No matter how odd it may seem, as soon as the opening notes of the very first song ("Ievan Polkka") kick in, you're probably going to get hooked.
Apr 17, 2014You’ll need to have a certain mind-set and an ear for songs that might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f is exactly the type of game that deserves localisation in the West.
Mar 12, 2014Crisp, bright, and immensely enjoyable, Project Diva f will delight and challenge fans of Vocaloid and rhythm games alike.
Oct 23, 2014If you are a Hatsune Miku fan… well, you already bought this game. If you’re a fan of rhythm games in general, this is one of the best around and very much worth recommending.
Games Master UKMay 4, 2014A guilty pleasure for many. [June 2014, p.79]
Apr 4, 2014Slight presentation issues aside, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f is a good entry for newcomers to get into the music rhythm genre.
Playstation Official Magazine AustraliaApr 27, 2014Load times are an issue, but this tap-dancer proves to be pretty, and pretty taxing. [May 2014, p83]
Positive: 11 out of 13
Mixed: 1 out of 13
Negative: 1 out of 13
Mar 8, 2014With beautiful visuals and a excellent library of songs, Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- F is one of the best in the series. Though honestly, IWith beautiful visuals and a excellent library of songs, Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- F is one of the best in the series. Though honestly, I wished it (and the entire series in general) would be on Nintendo consoles as it would actually be fitting and that it got rid of the some of the provocative materials so it get at an E10+.… Expand
Apr 22, 2014The First US release of a Project Diva game and the first to land on the PS Vita. This game really is a huge improvement compared to theThe First US release of a Project Diva game and the first to land on the PS Vita. This game really is a huge improvement compared to the highly addictive Project Diva and Project Diva 2nd games, which were already extremely enjoyable. This game features the classic rhythm mode in which you try to hit the notes when the symbol reaches the mark while a song goes on. The songs in the game are all excellent and unique in their own way. There is the Diva Room in which you play around with the Vocaloid characters. It is quite entertaining and a step up from Project Diva 2nd. Another new aspect of the game is Edit Mode. You get to make your own music video along with a rhythm level. You can use your own music or the game's music. This gives the game more hours of fun. Overall, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is a flawless game (In my opinion). I am very excited for the American release of Project Diva F 2nd, and I might not be able to wait and end up buying the Japanese release of it. I recommend this to anyone who loves the Vocaloids or rhythm games in general.… Expand
Apr 11, 2014Beautiful visuals and good music makes this game a great game for gamers, who love rhythm games.
They have improved the game-play and visualsBeautiful visuals and good music makes this game a great game for gamers, who love rhythm games.
They have improved the game-play and visuals from the psp version and now it's perfect.
For me, it's the first game of the genre for the PSV and I love it. I played it 50 hours so far and I think I am addicted to it.
I recommend it for everybody, who still needs a great game for the PSV.
There is also a PS3 version, but the handheld version is better. There is no input lag.
But if you are a graphics whore, you should buy the PS3 version.
I am a graphics whore. I have both versions and totally worth it.
May 25, 2015Pros:
Default song maps are very good Difficulty is perfect Cons: Have to look online to figure out some challengesPros:
Default song maps are very good
Difficulty is perfect
Have to look online to figure out some challenges
Many challenges are too difficult
Don't even need to do rubbing screen mechanic properly, just rub the screen like crazy and you get every note… Expand
Apr 21, 2014the same great game as the PS3 version, only for slightly less money and on a handheld. unfortunately, it also, doesn't have the english lyricthe same great game as the PS3 version, only for slightly less money and on a handheld. unfortunately, it also, doesn't have the english lyric translations, as the PS3 version, which is only slightly disappointing. the songs are good, and the game is solid.… Expand
Mar 11, 2014I was interested but skeptical when I first saw the trailer for this game. I saw the demo on the store and figured I'd give it a try as I likeI was interested but skeptical when I first saw the trailer for this game. I saw the demo on the store and figured I'd give it a try as I like rhythm games. I must say that it is a lot of fun. While playing the demo I was having trouble clearing songs on normal, so it is a bit difficult, although I enjoy the challenge. I can definitely say this game will not be for everyone but you might as well try the demo to see if you like it and if not no harm done and your wallet will thank you.
TL;DR Try the demo first :P… Expand
Mar 9, 2014Presentation-wise, Project Diva f for PS Vita is almost identical to it's PS3 counterpart: it shares the same songs (with the extra songs thatPresentation-wise, Project Diva f for PS Vita is almost identical to it's PS3 counterpart: it shares the same songs (with the extra songs that can be unlocked on PS3 being $10 DLC on Vita), the same charts, the same menues, etc. Other than some sporadic slow-downs it runs fairly well.
The major problem with this version, however, is the notes in all of the charts appear later than they should. The timing window for getting a perfect judgement for any given note is shifted significantly after its corresponding musical cue. While on lower levels this may not be game breaking, once you hit 6+ it turns into a *very* big issue, and makes 9s/10s pretty much unplayable. The music off-set setting was removed from this version of the game as well, so those who bought it are basically SOL unless Sega decides to push down a patch for it.
To be frank, it's more than a little disappointing. how this got past QA is beyond me.… Expand
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