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- Digital Singers Take Over the Living Room: Produce live concerts accessorized with unlockable costumes, songs, and stages to create custom live concert starring Hatsune Miku and her friends!
- 30 Miku Tracks: An assortment of new and classic Hatsune Miku music will be yours to jam to! The songs are split into Auras and have different difficulties and challenges to complete.
- Live Quest Mode: Go to five different Clouds with Miku and her friends, and explore them with a series of challenges.
- Interact with Miku and Her Friends: Things start to get very meta for the digital singer as she and her friends discover what it's like to live in the world of Project DIVA X.
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Project DIVA X is a rhythm action game starring the world-famous digital singer, Hatsune Miku. The fun and charm of the series-defining 'Play Like You're Singing' style takes the stage again, revitalized with an all-new 'Cloud Request' format.
Aim to stage the best show ever with Miku and her friends! To add to the excitement, random module drops will appear mid-game and continue to keep things fresh by introducing special transformation effects!
Collectible modules and accessories are the key to completing more challenging Requests! Can you unlock them all?
The fun in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X is simple! Conduct, Collect, Complete!
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X will also be available on PlayStation 4, a first for the series! The PlayStation 4 version has enhanced graphics and full HD resolution! The rhythm game is better than ever with more elegant visuals!
Rhythm Game & Transformation Effects
The game's familiar 'Play Like You're Singing' style has been further refined for ease of play and to maximise fun no matter how many times you play.
Its core series mechanics--pressing and swiping to the rhythm--remain easy to learn yet challenging to master.We also added a new mechanic called the 'Rush Target' which allows you to rapidly boost your score by continuously hitting the right button within the allotted time frame.
This exciting new feature both tests and rewards the player's skills over the course of the rhythm game. During Chance Time, players are encouraged to push their abilities to the limit.
Successfully completing a Chance Time sequence will trigger a transformation, unlocking a new module midway through the song.
Free Play upholds the beloved traditions of previous entries in the Project DIVA series. Likewise, the songs, stages, modules, and accessories unlocked from Cloud Requests can all be used in Free Play.
The energy gauge and clear ranks will be familiar to veterans and beginners alike.
There are no Requests or auras here, so players can pair up stages and modules as they please.
During Free Play, modules forgo their usual skill bonuses. However, players can still use Help and Challenge Items.
Instead of working toward new module drops, players get to select whichever module transformations they desire.
(Players can turn off transformations by not setting a module.)
Players can also mix things up and enjoy a customized rhythm game by freely switching stages across the Clouds.
The Voltage Rate Gauge is replaced with the traditional Song Energy Gauge.
Hatsune Miku is back and bigger than ever on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in the upcoming rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X . For those new to Project DIVA, it is an addictive core rhythm game starring the digital singer, Hatsune Miku. Project DIVA X is driven forward though a narrative which centers on Miku and her friends undertaking various requests as they explore the five Clouds that make up their world. For the Miku veterans, Project DIVA X has 30 songs and 300 modules (costumes) that get dropped. Illustration by KEI.
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+ 60 fps finally, which really improves response and gameplay
+ actual progression and structure for the first time, making it feel like an actual game instead of just going through a list of songs
+ can see the onscreen icons easier than in previous games, and audio feedback is better as well
+ the most costumes and accessories yet
+ costumes and accessories aren't just for show- they actually have stats that affect gameplay
- videos are almost all just singing and choreography. Let's be clear- the choreography is pretty great, but there are no epic stories told like in the gorgeous visuals of Diva F for example, which is a major letdown and one of the biggest strikes against the game in my opinion. Even Project Mirai has more varied visual accompaniment, although choreography with Nendoroid characters and their stubby limbs is laughable in comparison to Diva X.
- fewer songs than previous games- there are some good ones, but also a number of meh songs as well
- conservative- game will only let you look at the characters from certain "safe" angles, kind of odd since most games with model viewers don't have this bizarre limitation
- colors seem somewhat muted and washed out, they don't jump out at you the way they should
- No vocal change- it's always the same singing voice no matter which character you choose- even Project Mirai on 3DS had a vocal change feature, so it's rather inexcusable that this game doesn't
+/- there is no longer a store which is good and bad- all items must be randomly earned through chance sections in the songs. Early on this is good- you get a lot of new stuff fast. But it can also make it extremely difficult when you are trying to get a specific item, although there are modules and accessories you can equip to increase your chances of getting a new item, but you have to get those by chance too. I'm still not sure if this is good or bad overall, but it does give the game a more addicting quality than it's predecessors.
So I think it's a great starting point for new people to jump into the series, as well as Miku veterans, it's a nicely polished overall experience. For others, even if this isn't your favorite Miku based on some of the negatives I mentioned, if you want the series to have a future in the US, like getting a localized Future Tone, show your support by buying this game- $40 as it is right now isn't asking that much, and it is an excellent game. And if you want more Miku games, such as Future Tone, FILL OUT THE SURVEY AND TELL SEGA.
Final note to SEGA: Please start bringing the Miku games to PC/Steam...we are all desperately awaiting Future Tone, so why not make that the first Miku game to hit Steam? Please?
My boyfriend got me this for my birthday, as it happened to be the day of the release, and let me tell you, I'm hooked. I love rhythm games. I have since DDR when I was in high school. I used to play mats and controllers. I go to cons and play all the crazy Japanese rhythm games.
This game adds a level of difficulty not found in a lot of games. The background and moving targets makes it so you have to really pay attention to hit the notes. While the dialogue is exceedingly cheesy, the costumes are adorable and good for the waifu lover in all of us.
I really enjoyed this game. Still am enjoying this game. Even on my Vita with remote play.
Based on its amount of songs, I'd say this game is a great gateway for beginners to the Diva series - they'll be introduced to all of the great modules, characters, and some of the best Vocaloid songs. As for the intermediate and seasoned veterans; this game is great for your Diva collections, and while you may end up being bored from the song amount, you can still enjoy VR concerts and make your own. Overall, great game.
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