VIDEO: "Hatsune Miku Project Diva f" Launches in North America

Rhythm game is available today for digital download on PlayStation Network for the PS VITA in North America and on March 12th across Europe.

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA f is available today for digital download on PlayStation Network for the PS VITA in North America for $29.99 and available on March 12th across Europe. 



== Includes 30+ popular Hatsune Miku songs
== 4 Unique difficulties for every song, to challenge players new and old!
== Over 90 costumes and 100 accessories
== Hang out with your favorite characters in the Diva Room!
== Create your own music videos in Edit Mode and share them online!
== Take photos with your favorite characters using the PS VITA Camera in Portrait Mode

DLC Packs include...

Enhancement Pack – This free DLC adds new accessories for your favorite characters to wear, as well as effects, stages, items, and animations that you can use in Edit Mode.

Extra Song Pack – This includes six additional songs for the Rhythm Game mode with four difficulties for each for $9.99:

== Tell Your World (By livetune)
== Tokyo Teddy Bear (By Neru)
== Dream-Eating Monochrome Baku (By Nem)
== Sweet Devil (By Hachioji P)
== Rin-Chan Now! (By Owata P & sezu)
== Senbonzakura (By Kurousa P (White Flame) )

In addition, the Extra Song Pack includes:
== Additional Character Modules for every song
== Unique customization items


The Extra Song Pack also includes the following four Live Mode songs:
== Weekender Girl (By kz & Hachioji P)
== Odds & Ends (By ryo)
== Time Machine (By 1640mP)
== 39 (By sasakure.UK & DECO*27)



Snow Miku 2013 – Enjoy two additional costumes for $2.99, featuring the Snow Miku 2013 designs.


Extra Character Modules - Enjoy three additional Character Modules for $2.99, featuring Yowane Haku, Kasane Teto, and Akita Neru,


Both the Snow Miku 2013 and Extra Character Modules DLC packs are Cross Buy DLC, so if purchased on the PlayStation 3 version, they will unlock for free automatically when on the PS VITA version of the game. 



Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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