Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f Announced for Vita


Sega announced today that they will be bringing Hatsuna Miku: Project f over to the PlayStation Vita in early 2014. The game will contain the same songs and features as the PS3 version and will be download only.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f released on the PS3 in August in North America and early September in Europe. A sequel is currently being developed for the PS3 and PS Vita in Japan with a Spring 2014 launch, though there is no word on the sequel making its way West.


About Hatsune Miku from the press release:

Hatsune Miku is futuristic voice synthesizer software that is designed to allow users to easily create vocal parts from scratch by just entering a melody and lyrics. The music software was developed by Crypton Future Media, and first released on August, 31st, 2007. After the release, Hatsune Miku quickly evolved into a phenomenon of a highly participatory cyber culture with creating and sharing Miku-related content around the globe. At present, with more than 1,000,000 derivative artworks and 100,000 user-released songs, Hatsune Miku is not only the icon of this ever expanding creative community, but she is also successful in performing sold-out 3D concerts worldwide and appearing in TV commercials such as Toyota USA and Google.

Written by Michael Cwick

Michael Cwick

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