Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f and Miku Miku Hockey 2.0 Vita Trailers

New trailers for the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f and Miku Miku Hockey 2.0 Vita games have been released. 

Project Diva f, developed by Sega, will be available in the west on the PlayStation handheld in March, having previously been released on the PS3 last August. The Vocaloid rhythm game port will contain over 30 songs for players to choose from.

Miku Miku Hockey 2.0 will be released in Japan on 13 February, with a western release to be confirmed. This full version of the game allows players to customise Miku’s outfits and interact with her through augmented reality on their Vita.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F English Trailer

Sega of America has released a new trailer for the Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F PlayStation 3 game. Project Diva F is the first Hutsune Miku console game to be released in the west. The trailer features Kurousa-P’s “Senbonzakura” song for Hatsune Miku, Junky’s “Melancholic” song for Kagamine Rin and Kurousa-P’s “ACUTE” for Hatsune Miku, Megarine Luka, and Kaito. The game will be available from 27 August.

The game will be available on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Network in America, but it will only be available on PlayStation Network in Europe. Sega has said that the Western release “will include all of the updated graphics, additional songs, and features of the Japanese version.” Players can also choose from multiple vocaloid characters, and will be able to customise their vocaloid’s clothing.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F Trailer and Demo Released

Sega has released an announcement trailer for the Western release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F. The game will be available on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Network in America, while it will only be available on PlayStation Network in Europe. The vocaloid rhythm game will be available in both territories in August, and a demo is now available in the PlayStation Store.

The video features “Tell Your World” and “Odds & Ends” – just two of the 38 songs available in Project Diva F.

Sega has said that the Western release “will include all of the updated graphics, additional songs, and features of the Japanese version.”