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  • Summary: Hatsune Miku is back and bigger than ever on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in the upcoming rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X . For those new to Project DIVA, it is an addictive core rhythm game starring the digital singer, Hatsune Miku. Project DIVA X is driven forwardHatsune Miku is back and bigger than ever on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in the upcoming rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X . For those new to Project DIVA, it is an addictive core rhythm game starring the digital singer, Hatsune Miku. Project DIVA X is driven forward though a narrative which centers on Miku and her friends undertaking various requests as they explore the five Clouds that make up their world. For the Miku veterans, Project DIVA X has 30 songs and 300 modules (costumes) that get dropped. Illustration by KEI. Expand
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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X - Announcement Trailer
Score distribution:
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  1. Sep 7, 2016
    90
    Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X has very simple and solid core gameplay paired with plenty of amusing bells and whistles to ensure the utmost enjoyment of its players.
  2. Sep 13, 2016
    85
    The long-running Project Diva formula gets a welcome freshening up in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X. While a good-but-not-great soundtrack and a few misguided decisions keep it from reaching its full potential, this is probably the best chapter gameplay-wise we’ve received in the West yet.
  3. Aug 26, 2016
    80
    Japanese and Korean rhythm games are a very niche genre in the western market, and it’s obvious that Project DIVA X won’t be for everyone. Still, if you can find simple joy in assembling a three-piece idol girl group (you can include the boys too, but magical girl groups are just fabulous), and perfecting their outfit coordination so they look absolutely gorgeous onstage, you’re going to get a lot of enjoyment out of this game.
  4. Aug 30, 2016
    80
    Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is another fine handheld entry into the rhythm game series, but in the end I was left wanting more. Still, genre fans can't go wrong with it.
  5. Aug 29, 2016
    80
    Less bang for your buck is the best way to describe Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X. You've got a truncated songlist that has to be milked for modules, giving this series a grind game that it never needed to have. It's still got some great music and the presentation is as excellent as ever, but it still feels like we've been shortchanged somehow.
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  1. Dec 2, 2016
    5
    Muy flojo para ser el ultimo juego de Miku. Si conoces cualquiera de los anteriores este se te queda muy corto. Tiene menos canciones, hasMuy flojo para ser el ultimo juego de Miku. Si conoces cualquiera de los anteriores este se te queda muy corto. Tiene menos canciones, has quitado los video clip para sustituirlas por conciertos, las canciones están peor seleccionadas, El conseguir ropa es completamente aleatorio… Expand
  2. Oct 25, 2016
    2
    Well it's a wrap.
    The farewell of Miku to the Vita scene is a cheap, rushed and unpleasant mess.
    On the bright side, the graphics are
    Well it's a wrap.
    The farewell of Miku to the Vita scene is a cheap, rushed and unpleasant mess.

    On the bright side, the graphics are gorgeous and gameplay mechanics unchanged.

    But the song list is mediocre, the PVs have been removed (!) to reduce production costs (no more video clips, only rehashing of the tasteless concerts live action, it's AWFULL) and the crappy DLCs are everywhere (only Miku's modules can be unlocked, still have to pay full price for Haku/Neru and their wardrobe...I miss PSP era).
    There seems to be a story (who cares, seriously), but no other novelty whatsoever.

    A cash grab with no soul.
    So long DIVA.
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