Project Diva X Trailer Explains All

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X has summarized its contents with its newest English trailer, bound to be common knowledge for any Vocaloid veteran but possibly catching the interest of those less familiar with the whole virtual idol craze.

The trailer, rife with music:

Those who pick up a launch copy of the game will be blessed with this Miku-themed pouch:

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X and its Vocaloid festivities can be had on August 30th in the west for the PS4 and Vita.

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  • Anonymous says:

    Cheap load of shit! how does this even use 5% of the PS4’s processing power? its almost the same as PS3 version. But the Tales of jrpg is also plain and not worth the PS4’s Advance power. All anime to 3D games seems to suffer this. Street fighter 5 is a rare case where they have done a good job.

    to the other guys I simply say get a good looking girlfriend and dont fall into the trap of the sick nation of japan. I read somewhere 60% of the men in japan are single and 30% are VIRGIN!!! the warning signs are everywhere.

    • Understand that graphics goals are already proven not to truly matter to most (not to mention ‘graphics’ means nothing overall). The dances have to be good, the models have to be clean, and the gameplay solid for what it is. The graphics involved are something more and more companies are realizing fans don’t even know what they are asking for.

      For example you complain it doesn’t use enough of PS4’s processing power. What does that mean to the game exactly? What are you expecting exactly? There is a style to these games that the fanbase has already said they don’t really want changed. That is partially their own fault, but also there isn’t much graphically these games can do beyond what they are doing. Plus keep in mind too much shit on the screen affects gameplay, there has to be a balance.

      There’s nothing wrong with the graphics in and of themselves, or even the style. If you’re wanting more, that’s one thing, but other than upressing it and processing the lighting and lines to be higher quality than PS3, you’re right, there’s no differences to expect.

    • Anonymous says:

      SFV graphics a good job? It looks worse than SF4 as far as models (see Ken’s banana hair) and textures go, only with fancy “next gen” shaders and particle effects thrown in to make it look cool. Everything looks blurry as hell and the models are extremely low poly and unattractive. Tekken 5 looked better and that was on the PS2.

  • Anonymous says:

    Any reason why in every western media Miku’s name is always written as “Hatsune Miku” and not Miku Hatsune as it should be in the western world? Every advert and whatnot, the name’s not written the proper way of first name being first and last name being last. We don’t see people calling Shiggy Miyamoto “Miyamoto Shigeru” outside of Japan, do we?
    This Hatsoonimeekoo stuff always bothered me ever since Domino’s made that idiotic ad with the old guy.

    • Anonymous says:

      People, this is Xenophobia. Ironic since Japan has been the most xenophobic country to date yet here we see westerners being even more xenophobic then the supposedly extremely xenophobic Japanese.

      This is a pathetic show of ignorance and hostility of not respecting other cultures and believing that America is one culture itself. This is why America will fall. No respect. Its become a shit hole and everyone knows it.

      If you can’t respect others how do you expect to be respected? Have none of you ever been taught manners?