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News by Jedediah H.

If you’re in any way aware of the melodious fire storm that is Hatsune Miku, punch my words in the face, rapidly but softly pat your kitten or dog on her lower back, open a new tab on whatever brilliant device you’re currently utilising to browse the world’s wealth of arguably invaluable information, and search for a retailer that is accepting pre-orders for Project DIVA F 2nd, because the game lands in Europe on 21 of November for the PS3 and PS Vita, with a little bonus for those who take the time to pre-order.

“What’s the bonus?” you’re impatiently asking, combing your bed for something hard and inexpensive to hurl at my chin. Well, it’s Hatsune Miku’s Americana module:

In that garb, I bet she could ignite a firework with an effortless crescendo.
The game, which is arriving via retail and digital download, has 20 songs from the Japan-only PSP version, and an additional 20 new songs that’ll have fans and newcomers pouncing in cadence to the tracks’ presumed versatility (if it’s anything like the last game, we’re in for a varied treat). 
There are also a load of improvements to this sequel, like updated game-play mechanics and controls, 80 remade modules, cross-save compatibility, Markerless AR Mode for the PS Vita, and a revamped edit mode ranking system that will allow you to view the most popular user-generated content. 
Here’s the deal – Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F is one of few games that I refuse to delete from my PS3 hard drive for the purpose of creating space for newer games. I still play and get my slender bottom bruised and handed to me on the EXTREME difficulty. If you’ve never tried this series, I implore you to remedy your inexperience. You just might fall in love with the rhythm. 
– Jedediah H.
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