Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f is finally out on Vita today via the PlayStation Network (March 12 for Eruope). It was already released on PS3 last year, despite releasing in the opposite order in Japan originally. In fact, the late PS3 edition in Japan had more songs, which Vita users got as DLC. Even though the PS3 version came west months ago with those added songs, Vita users still have to buy the pack at $10 DLC.
I Hatsune Mikant believe it. Maybe SEGA didn't want to diva-lue the PS3 release. At least the Snow Miku and Extra Character Modules DLC are cross-buy.
The game actually looks fairly fun, but I think I'll have to just wait for Project Diva-creator Dingo's upcoming Atlus collaboration, Persona 4: Dancing All Night. Even if it isn't coming out Hatsune-nough.
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