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Hatsune Miku: -Project DIVA-
Project Diva 1st
Game Info
Title Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA-
Platform(s) PSP
Release Date July 2, 2009
Description The first game in the series.

Hatsune Miku: -Project DIVA- (初音ミク -Project DIVA-) is the first rhythm game of the Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- series, and the first game that stars the virtual idol Hatsune Miku, released on the PSP (PlayStation Portable) published by Sega in July 2009. The sequel, Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- 2nd, was released in July 2010.

The game focuses on Crypton Future Media's most popular VOCALOID as she sings her way through various music stages. The game features costume changes and cameos by fellow VOCALOIDs: MEIKO, KAITO, Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, and Megurine Luka. Also featured are popular Derivatives: Sakine Meiko, Akita Neru, and Yowane Haku. Although the game features the derivative, Hachune Miku, she is not a playable extra and only appears in the game's intro.

This game is rated E by the ESRB according to the info of the imports of this game offered by SEGA of America on Amazon.

Gameplay and Features

An animated PV plays as players try to time their button presses with the colorful shaped icons moving across the screen. The game's most highly praised feature, Edit Mode, allows the players to create a customized music video of their desired song saved on their PSP that could even include gameplay.

The game's playlist consists of popular songs by known Producers and also fan illustrations as loading screens.

  • All songs with the Pink tag are produced by ryo/supercell.
  • All songs with the Blue tag are produced by kz/livetune.
  • All songs with the Orange tag are produced by OSTER project.
  • All songs with the Yellow tag are produced by Travolta-P, Hadano-P, iroha (sasaki), and Hayaya-P.
  • All songs with the Sky Blue tag are produced by Kosaki Satoru, Namiki Koichi, and halyosy.
  • All songs with the White tag are produced by OSTER project, Otomania, azuma, Yasuo-P, CosMo, Deadball-P, and ika.

Every song has three difficulty modes; Easy, Normal, and Hard. The specific difficultness is ranked by stars. The higher amount of stars a song has, the harder the song. Easy songs have one to three stars, Normal songs have two to four stars, and Hard songs have three to five stars. Only two songs break this formula; "Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu" is seven stars on Hard, and "Requiem for the Phantasma" is four stars on Easy, five stars on Normal, and six stars on Hard.

Modules

For a list of Modules and how to unlock them, please see here.

Not including the default Miku module, there are a total of 52 modules to unlock. This is done by various methods such as: clearing stages based on difficulty, having ranks, combos, and high scores. Some stages require a player to use a certain module to gain other modules.

Song List

Pink

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Easy Difficulty Normal Difficulty Hard Difficulty Singer
01 ワールドイズマイン (The World is Mine) The World is Mine ryo 1 2 3 Miku
02 ひねくれ者 (Hinekuremono) The Rebel ryo 2 3 4 Miku
03 恋は戦争 (Koi wa Sensou) Love is War (EAGER LOVE REVENGE) ryo 2 3 4 Miku
04 その一秒 スローモーション (Sono Ichibyou Slow Motion) That One Second Slow Motion ryo 3 4 5 Miku
05 メルト (Melt) Melt ryo 3 4 5 Miku

Blue

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Easy Difficulty Normal Difficulty Hard Difficulty Singer
06 Far Away Far Away kz 1 2 3 Miku
07 ストロボナイツ (Strobe Nights) Strobe Nights kz 2 3 4 Miku
08 Star Story Star Story kz 2 3 4 Miku
09 Last Night, Good Night Last Night, Good Night kz 3 4 5 Miku
10 Packaged Packaged kz 3 4 5 Miku

Orange

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Easy Difficulty Normal Difficulty Hard Difficulty Singer
11 雨のちSweet*Drops (Ame Nochi Sweet*Drops) Sweet*Drops After the Rain OSTER project 1 2 3 Miku
12 ミラクルペイント (Miracle Paint) Miracle Paint OSTER project 2 3 4 Miku
13 フキゲンワルツ (Fukigen Waltz) Bad Mood Waltz OSTER project 2 3 4 Miku
14 マージナル (Marginal) Marginal OSTER project 3 4 5 Miku
15 Dreaming Leaf -ユメミルコトノハ- (-Yume Miru Kotonoha-) Dreaming Leaf -Dreaming Words- OSTER project 3 4 5 Miku

Yellow

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Easy Difficulty Normal Difficulty Hard Difficulty Singer
16 荒野と森と魔法の歌 (Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta) Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic Travolta-P 1 2 3 Miku
17 荒野と森と魔法の歌 (レンver.) (Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta (Len ver.)) Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic (Len ver.) Travolta-P 1 2 3 Len
18 荒野と森と魔法の歌 (リンver.) (Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta (Rin ver.)) Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic (Rin ver.) Travolta-P 1 2 3 Rin
19 ハト (Hato) White Dove/Pigeon Hadano-P 2 3 4 Miku
20 moon moon iroha(sasaki) 2 3 4 Miku
21 みくみく菌にご注意♪ (Miku Miku-kin ni Gochuui♪) Beware of the Miku Miku Bacteria♪ Hayaya-P 3 4 5 Miku
22 いのちの歌 (Inochi no Uta) Song of Life Travolta-P 3 4 5 Miku
23 いのちの歌 (レンver.) (Inochi no Uta (Ren ver.)) Song of Life (Len ver.) Travolta-P 3 4 5 Len
24 いのちの歌 (リンver.) (Inochi no Uta (Rin ver.)) Song of Life (Rin ver.) Travolta-P 3 4 5 Rin

Sky Blue

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Easy Difficulty Normal Difficulty Hard Difficulty Singer
25 The secret garden The secret garden Kosaki Satoru 1 2 3 Miku
26 Dear cocoa girls Dear cocoa girls Kosaki Satoru 1 2 3 Miku
27 天鵞絨アラベスク (Biroudo Arabesque) Velvet Arabesque Namiki Koichi 2 3 4 Miku
28 ラブリスト更新中? (LOVE LIST Koushinchuu?) Updating Your Love List? Namiki Koichi 2 3 4 Miku
29 桜ノ雨 Sakura no Ame Sakura Rain halyosy 3 4 5 Miku

White

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Easy Difficulty Normal Difficulty Hard Difficulty Singer
30 恋スルVOC@LOID (Koisuru VOC@LOID) VOC@LOID in Love OSTER project 3 4 5 Miku
31 Ievan Polkka Eva's Polkka Otomania 2 3 4 Miku
32 あなたの歌姫 (Anata no Utahime) Your Diva azuma 2 3 4 Miku
33 えれくとりっく・えんじぇぅ (Electric Angel) Electric Angel Yasuo-P 2 3 5 Miku
34 初音ミクの消失 -DEAD END- (Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -DEAD END-) The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku cosMo 3 4 7 Miku
35 金の聖夜霜雪に朽ちて (Kogane no Seiya Sousetsu ni Kuchite) Golden Holy Night Rotting into the Frost and Snow (Requiem for the Phantasma) Deadball-P 4 5 6 Miku
36 みくみくにしてあげる♪ (Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪) I'll Miku-Miku You♪ (For Reals) ika 3 4 5 Miku

DLC

The Project Diva DLC are special add-ons to the original game. To date, there are a total of 2 DLC packs released, one featuring songs sung by Hatsune Miku, while the other featuring songs sung by Kagamine Len and Rin, as well as Megurine Luka. There's also an add-on called Dreamy Theater that allows you to play the original game on the PS3 with better graphics.

To get it, you will first need a PSP with Project Diva in it, as well as a memory stick. You must also have a Japanese PSN Store account. (There are enough tutorials on the internet how to make a Japanese PSN Account even when you don't live in Japan.)

With these present, you can now download the content, but you will need a credit card or Japanese PSN Cards (available f.e. on ebay) to make this online purchase.

Please take note that it is only available in the Japanese PSN store, and PSN stores in other regions do not offer this DLC, as it is strictly a Japan-only game.

All DLC are compatible with Dreamy Theater PS3.

Miku Uta, Okawari

Miku Uta, Okawari
Okawari
Game Info
Title Miku Uta, Okawari
Platform(s) PSP/PS3
Release Date March 25, 2010
Description The first DLC that was released by SEGA on the PSN Store. It costs 2000 Yen, and is nicknamed Okawari.

This DLC pack includes:

  • 9 songs sung by Hatsune Miku
  • High-quality polygon PVs of all the songs (can only be viewed)
  • 'Hello, Planet' 8-bit minigame (features 4 levels)
  • Special Miku theme for your PSP

Okawari's Song List

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Singer
01 歌に形はないけれど (Uta ni Katachi wa Nai Keredo) Though My Song Has no Form doriko Miku
02 celluloid celluloid baker Miku
03 1/6 -out of the gravity- 1/6 -out of the gravity- Vocaliod-P Miku
04 裏表ラバーズ (Ura-omote Lovers) Two-Sided Lovers wowaka Miku
05 二息歩行 (Nisoku Hokou) Two Breaths Walking DECO*27 Miku
06 パズル (Puzzle) Puzzle Kuwagata-P Miku
07 SPiCa SPiCa Toku-P Miku
08 Alice -Diva Mix- Alice -Diva Mix- Furukawa-P Miku
09 *ハロー、プラネット。 (*Hello, Planet.)(I.M.PLSE-EDIT) *Hello, Planet. (I.M.PLSE-EDIT) sasakure.UK Miku

Motto Okawari, Rin, Len, Luka

Motto Okawari, Rin, Len, Luka
Motto
Game Info
Title Motto Okawari, Rin, Len, Luka
Platform(s) PSP/PS3
Release Date July 1, 2010
Description The second DLC that was released by SEGA on the PSN Store. It costs 3000 Yen, and is nicknamed Motto.

This DLC pack includes:

  • 18 songs sung by Kagamine Rin, Kagamine Len, and Megurine Luka (7 songs by Rin, 2 songs by Len, and 9 songs by Luka)
  • High-quality polygon PVs of all the songs (can only be viewed)
  • 'Toeto' minigame (Tamagotchi-typed)
  • Special Rin/Len and Luka themes for your PSP

Motto's Song List

Japanese, Romaji English Producer Singer
01 RING×RING×RING RING×RING×RING OSTER project Rin
02 すすすす、すき、だあいすき (Su-Su-Su-Su, Suki, Daisuki) I Like You, I Love You Jevanni-P Rin
03 モバイリ:センセーション(C.A.LLME-EDIT) (Mobairi: Sensēshon (C.A.LLME-EDIT MobiRe SenS@tion (C.A.LLME-EDIT) sasakure.UK Rin
04 自己嫌悪 (Jiko Ken'o) Self-Hatred Ginsaku Rin
05 Transmit Transmit Signal-P Rin
06 レンラクマダー? (Renraku Madaa?) Why Don't You Call Me Yet? Live-P Rin
07 那由他の彼方まで (Nayuta no Kanata Made) To the End of Infinity Tsurishi-P Len, Rin, Miku
08 ぶっちぎりにしてあげる♪ (Bucchigiri ni Shite Ageru♪) I'll Outrun You for Good♪ Bucchigiri-P Rin
09 サンドスクレイパー -砂漠の特急線- (Sandscraper -Sabaku no Tokkyuusen-) Sandscraper -Desert Line Express- Mikusagi-P Len
10 RIP=RELEASE RIP=RELEASE minato Luka
11 Palette Palette Yuyoyuppe Luka
12 ワンダーラスト (Wanderlast) (A.R.MAGE-EDIT) The "Wanderlast" (A.R.MAGE-EDIT) sasakure.UK Luka
13 紅一葉 (Akahitoha) Crimson Leaf Kurousa-P Luka
14 巡姫舞踊曲 (Meguri Hime Buyou Kyoku) Itineranting Diva's Dance Music No.D Luka
15 filozofio philosophy Pandolist-P Luka
16 ルカルカ★ナイトフィーバー (Luka Luka★Night Fever) Luka Luka★Night Fever samfree Luka
17 No Logic No Logic JimmyThumb-P Luka
18 トエト (Toeto) Toeto Toraboruta-P Luka

Dreamy Theater

Dreamy Theater
Dreamy Theater 1st
Game Info
Title Dreamy Theater
Platform(s) PS3
Release Date June 24, 2010
Description A DLC add-on that allows you to play the game with better graphics on a PS3.

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