Everybody’s favourite teal-haired songstress, Hatsune Miku, is set to make her grand arrival on Vita in August, thanks to Hatsune Miku Project Diva f. While SEGA has only officially confirmed a handful of tunes she’ll be singing, it seems she’ll be getting quite the workout when the game launches: More than 30 songs are included, each one new to the franchise. Better yet, six songs have been written up specifically for Project Diva f.
We don’t have footage yet of everything that will be included, of course, but SEGA is teasing everyone with a new trailer for the game showing off a bunch of new songs revealed last week.
For those playing at home, that was (in order of appearance): Freely Tomorrow, Time Machine, Cat Food, Hai Ha Hai Ni, Nostalogic, Melancholic, Fire Flower, Secret Police, DYE, World’s End Dance Hall, the game’s opening theme Odds & Ends and Weekender Girl.
The vocaloids (as you may have noticed, it’s not just Miku in-game) are provided with more than 80 new outfit modules, so you can keep them looking their best.
Siliconera reports that Hatsune Miku Project Diva f will be hitting Japanese shelves on August 10th. Despite a semi-westernised version of the game appearing tucked away inside the Sony booth at this year’s E3, reportedly to gauge western interest in the franchise, SEGA has not announced any plans to publish the Vita-exclusive rhythm game anywhere outside of its home country.