gameplay: Rise your DIVA to the top! Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f (PsVita)
Hello and welcome to my yet another post on some of the games i am currently playing right now, which is this; Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f for the PsVita!
As you all know (Assuming you have the console/ you have heard of this game), Project DIVA f is a Music Rhythm game for the PsVita, and it is a very great game to play. The controls consists of your basic buttons, the D-Pad, the touchscreen and Back touchscreen panel, Square, Triangle, Circle, and the X button.
There are three modes you can play in the Play Menu: (from left to right) Practice mode, Play mode (Songs that are made by SEGA) and EDIT Play mode (Song that are made by other players or by the community). In practice mode, you will play a little tutorial on how to play the game (at least the rhythm game though) and it will play the song called Ievan Polkka, Vocals by Hatsune Miku, of course. Play mode in the middle, is the one that you will play on the most, if you don’t know how to add customized Songs in EDIT Play mode..
This is my overall gameplay stats in this game.
This is the Shopping mode. In this mode, you can buy things that will make you change your chosen Vocaloid’s appearance, Buy furnitures and room themes for them, Food to give them as presents and stuff that can also give to them as presents.
This is the main menu of the game. (Play mode, DIVA room, Shop, Edit mode, Augmented Reality, Communication mode, Achievements, and Option.
This is my Miku’s room. Customized on my own tastes of course lol.
Some objects have Vocaloid animations if you made your vocaloid interact with it, like instruments and figurines of themselves. these in turn gives you intimacy and experience with the character.
In interact mode, you can use the touchscreen or back touchscreen panel to touch the front or back of the vocaloid. “Patting” the vocaloid in the forehead creates intimacy and will eventually level up the character (in my case, my Miku’s intimacy level is almost maxed out in this image).
Oftentimes, you can play Rock, Paper, Scissors with your chosen Vocaloid, called jan-ken-pon in Japan.
When you yourself aren’t doing anything with them, or you are just watching them without pushing buttons and touching the screen, They would do some actions that they want to do. In this case, my Miku is in her bed tapping away in her smart phone.
Her room. ( Ow0)/
As an avid Vocaloid fan and a Music Rhythm Game addict, this game really is worthwhile to play, perfecting all those modes in play mode and getting that highest top score possible in every song. Unlocking stuff is also something to be expected but personally, gameplay is more important than collecting PSN Trophies and stuff like that.
Well of course you will do tons and tons of replays in this game for each and every song and difficulties that you will do, or at least you will all play them until you perfected them.
It’s just awesome. It’s much better than the previous project DIVA 2nd (PS3) which was like a 3d graphics gone wrong lol (in my own opinion anyways). I’ve heard that the Project DIVA F, which is the ps3 version of this game, has much better graphics than the PsVIta version, but i personally need to confirm this yet..
This is Vocaloids we are discussing about, of course it’s all awesome! These songs in this game are hand-picked by SEGA from the most popular vocaloid songs at the time.
Overall: (Obliv’s personal rating)
I Really recommend this game! 🙂