Discussion in 'General Sega Discussion' started by GagaMan, Mar 7, 2013.
Crap! Why did I buy this?!
Now you can do the Segabits review!
I'd have been all over this if the PS3 wasn't borked.
Personal question: is the Quartet Theme playable in this version? Or is that only in the arcade version? Other home versions? Thanks.
It appears to only be in the arcade version and Miku Flick 02. So, no home versions unless you want to have some fun with Miku.
Pretty sure my favorite song isn't in Diva f either, though it is in 2nd for the PSP.
Bumping as a general Miku thing. Project Mirai is out for the 3DS in the states, and while the rhythm game part is good and all, Imma let you in on the real reason to snag this:
Puyo Puyo is a minigame, and you can play it two player locally.
Granted, the single player is just a few levels, but as far as mini games go, I definitely dig that it is there. You can even change the difficulty and toggle the classic look of the puyo.
Aside from that, SEGA recently announced a couple of new Miku games. Project Diva X for PS4 and Vita, and a console port of Project Diva Future Tone for PS4. Both are releasing in Japan next week. Not sure if they'll get released here, but it wouldn't be surprising if it did at this point. If they don't, it shouldn't be too hard to buy them through Japanese PSN if you have a PS4. Kinda weird that they're still releasing X on PS4 when they're porting Future Tone as well, which should have most if not all of the songs in that game and more, but still.
Oh, and SEGA made a tech demo for PlayStation VR where you're at a virtual Miku concert that's being shown off at TGS.
...A virtual Miku concert?
Isn't that a bit meta? :v:
Indeed. The irony is a bit much.
I wonder what songs are in the "performance." :p
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