History VideoGame / HatsuneMikuProjectDiva

21st Jan '17 3:03:06 AM SonicGamer07
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* PragmaticAdaptation: Many ''mirai'' songs have their videos and/or runtime cut. "Yumeyume" is one of the most blatant examples; the song isn't cut, but the video is radically overhauled in the sense that it now takes place at a concert venue and ''the entire original ending'' is replaced.

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* PragmaticAdaptation: Many ''mirai'' songs have their videos and/or runtime cut.cut for ''Arcade/Future Tone''. "Yumeyume" is one of the most blatant examples; the song isn't cut, but the video is radically overhauled in the sense that it now takes place at a concert venue and ''the entire original ending'' is replaced.
21st Jan '17 2:56:31 AM SonicGamer07
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* AscendedFanon: The games help "canonize" some of the more popular associations with the Vocaloids, at least as far as Crypton will allow. These include things like the Derivatives, TrademarkFavoriteFood, signature items, and whatnot.


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* PragmaticAdaptation: Many ''mirai'' songs have their videos and/or runtime cut. "Yumeyume" is one of the most blatant examples; the song isn't cut, but the video is radically overhauled in the sense that it now takes place at a concert venue and ''the entire original ending'' is replaced.
21st Jan '17 2:22:49 AM SonicGamer07
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* AllTheWorldsAreAStage: The version of "World's End Dancehall" used in ''Arcade'' takes Miku and Luka through numerous existing stages throughout the song's duration.

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The version of "World's End Dancehall" used in ''Arcade'' takes Miku and Luka through numerous existing stages throughout the song's duration.duration.
** A lot of ''Arcade''-exclusive songs use multiple existing stages as well for their videos, due to being produced in Edit Mode.


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* AscendedFanon: The games help "canonize" some of the more popular associations with the Vocaloids, at least as far as Crypton will allow. These include things like the Derivatives, TrademarkFavoriteFood, signature items, and whatnot.


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** Play ''Arcade/Future Tone''. Play any song added before ''F'', then play any song added after ''F''. You'll quickly notice how incredibly rigid all of the characters and cameras are, especially the lip-synching, a problem that was practically eliminated from ''F'' onward.
20th Jan '17 11:09:07 PM SonicGamer07
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* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: "LOL -lots of laugh-" in ''Arcade/Future Tone'' is a combination of the ''mirai DX'' version and the ''X'' version; the PV is from ''DX'', but the audio is from ''X''[[note]]''X'' uses remastered vocals that removes the effect applied to Miku's voice in the original song[[/note]].



* BrokeTheRatingScale: Due to the usage of bonus points in ''Arcade'', ''mirai'' and ''X'', it's possible to get a score rating exceeding 100%[[note]]"100%" constitutes a score of all COOL notes hit, and in ''mirai'', all SP Note bonuses as well[[/note]]. ''X'' gives you a bonus item for every score threshold you pass beyond 100%.

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* BrokeTheRatingScale: Due to the usage of bonus points in ''Arcade'', ''Arcade/Future Tone'', ''mirai'' and ''X'', it's possible to get a score rating exceeding 100%[[note]]"100%" constitutes a score of all COOL notes hit, and in ''mirai'', all SP Note bonuses as well[[/note]]. ''X'' gives you a bonus item for every score threshold you pass beyond 100%.



** "Nice to Meet You, Mr. Earthling!" in ''Arcade/Future Tone'' retains the background in the final chorus, which features images from stages that can't appear in ''Arcade/Future Tone'' for one reason or another, such as "Invisible" and the ''mirai'' version of "Kokoro".



** ''Arcade/Future Tone'' has "Senbonzakura -F Edition-", a variant of Senbonzakura that uses the PV from ''F'' and all of the Vocaloids sing their respective parts.

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** ''Arcade/Future Tone'' has "Senbonzakura -F Edition-", a variant of Senbonzakura that uses the PV from ''F'' and all is one of the Vocaloids sing their respective parts.only non-''mirai'' songs that allows you to change the singer.


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* UndergroundMonkey:
** ''Project DIVA'' officially has 36 songs, but four of them are just rehashes of other songs with another Vocaloid singing it.
** ''Arcade/Future Tone'' has two songs that have variants with a different video and charts:
*** "Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder" has a variant called "Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder -39's Giving Day Edition-", which uses audio ripped directly from the concert in question and has Rin on backup vocals.
*** "Senbonzakura" has "Senbonzakura -F Edition-", which ports the PV from ''F'' and features the ability to change the lead singer to any of the six Vocaloids.
20th Jan '17 5:47:52 PM SonicGamer07
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** In "Nice to Meet You, Mr. Earthling!", during the final chorus, images begin to appear behind Miku of UFO sightings in various stages. One of the images is a fake "Breaking News" screen with a fictional web address underneath. In the ''Arcade/Future Tone'' version, where you can see the images much more clearly, the fictional web address is replaced with a real one, [[www.miku.sega.jp the SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project official website.]]

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** In "Nice to Meet You, Mr. Earthling!", during the final chorus, images begin to appear behind Miku of UFO sightings in various stages. One of the images is a fake "Breaking News" screen with a fictional web address underneath. In the ''Arcade/Future Tone'' version, where you can see the images much more clearly, the fictional web address is replaced with a real one, [[www.miku.[[http://miku.sega.jp the SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project official website.]]
20th Jan '17 5:40:00 PM SonicGamer07
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** In "Nice to Meet You, Mr. Earthling!", during the final chorus, images begin to appear behind Miku of UFO sightings in various stages. One of the images is a fake "Breaking News" screen with a fictional web address underneath. In the ''Arcade/Future Tone'' version, where you can see the images much more clearly, the fictional web address is replaced with a real one, [[www.miku.sega.jp the SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project official website.

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** In "Nice to Meet You, Mr. Earthling!", during the final chorus, images begin to appear behind Miku of UFO sightings in various stages. One of the images is a fake "Breaking News" screen with a fictional web address underneath. In the ''Arcade/Future Tone'' version, where you can see the images much more clearly, the fictional web address is replaced with a real one, [[www.miku.sega.jp the SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project official website.]]
20th Jan '17 5:39:06 PM SonicGamer07
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** The stage with which "Name of the Sin" is associated with has some sort of wheel in the far back that constantly rotates different images. If you know the song's lyrics, you'll realize that the images are actually depictions of the song's story.

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** The stage with which "Name of In "Nice to Meet You, Mr. Earthling!", during the Sin" is associated with has some sort final chorus, images begin to appear behind Miku of wheel UFO sightings in the far back that constantly rotates different images. If you know the song's lyrics, you'll realize that various stages. One of the images are actually depictions of is a fake "Breaking News" screen with a fictional web address underneath. In the song's story.''Arcade/Future Tone'' version, where you can see the images much more clearly, the fictional web address is replaced with a real one, [[www.miku.sega.jp the SEGA feat. Hatsune Miku Project official website.
20th Jan '17 9:24:45 AM SonicGamer07
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** ''mirai'''s opening movie makes a point of giving the player a shot of Luka's bust for no distinct reason.
19th Jan '17 9:21:13 PM SonicGamer07
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** ''Future Tone'' had the 10★ Survival Course, which is similar to X's Ultimate Medley, but replacing "Sadistic.Music∞Factory" with "Negi*Posi Continues", and including the [[UptoEleven Extra Extreme]] version of "The Disappearance Of Hatsune Miku" which was 'only' ranked 9 at Extreme.

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** ''Future Tone'' had has the 10★ Survival Course, which is similar to X's ''X'''s Ultimate Medley, but replacing "Sadistic.Music∞Factory" with "Negi*Posi Continues", Continues" and including the [[UptoEleven Extra Extreme]] EXTRA EXTREME]] version of "The Disappearance Of Hatsune Miku" which was 'only' ranked 9 at Extreme.Miku", graded a 10★ and [[ThatOneLevel often referred to by fans as the hardest song in the game]].



** ''Arcade'' takes it up a notch with Extra Extreme, a bonus difficulty that includes reworked charts with Slide Notes for older songs that didn't previously have Slide Notes.

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** ''Arcade'' takes it up a notch with Extra Extreme, a bonus difficulty that includes reworked also has EXTRA EXTREME, which gives charts with no Slide Notes for older Slide Notes. Note that this does not actually make the song harder; some songs that didn't previously have Slide Notes.actually get ''easier'' on EXEX.



* NintendoHard: Although the games have a fairly simple learning curve, the game gets to be this whenever you have to press different buttons in succession. Additionally, while many games simply have a stage clear requirement of "have this many points" or "keep your LifeMeter from hitting zero", in this series ''both'' of them are in effect, so you can make it to the end of the song but still fail it.
** Some songs are notorious for being this, especially on harder difficulties. Future Tone's Extra Extreme note charts take already difficult songs and crank the difficulty up. Thankfully, not yet done with any songs with a rating which is ALREADY 10.

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* NintendoHard: NintendoHard:
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Although the games have a fairly simple learning curve, the game gets to be this whenever you have to press different buttons in succession. Additionally, while many games simply have a stage clear requirement of "have this many points" or "keep your LifeMeter from hitting zero", in this series ''both'' of them are in effect, so you can make it to the end of the song but still fail it.
** Some songs are notorious for being this, especially on harder difficulties. Future Tone's Extra Extreme note charts take already difficult songs and crank [[HarderThanHard EXTREME]] difficulty is where the game really cranks up the heat in the difficulty up. Thankfully, not yet done with any songs with a rating which department. Regardless, it still tends to vary by song; for example, "packaged" is ALREADY 10.mind-numbingly unintensive even on an EXTREME chart, while charts like "The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku", [[ThatOneBoss well...]]
19th Jan '17 9:09:16 PM SonicGamer07
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** ''Arcade/Future Tone'' [[UpToEleven is on a whole 'nother level]] in this department. ''Arcade'' is home to some of the most punishing charts in the series, especially due to multi-button Wides and Slide Notes proliferating a fair number of charts, in addition to the clear conditions being significantly tighter. Overseas players who have never experienced ''Arcade'' (unless they live next to a Round 1) were quick to point out how frustratingly difficult ''Future Tone'' was compared to the rest of the localized games.

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** ''Arcade/Future Tone'' [[UpToEleven is on a whole 'nother level]] in this department. ''Arcade'' is home to some of the most punishing charts in the series, especially due to multi-button Wides and Slide Notes proliferating a fair number of charts, in addition to the clear conditions being significantly tighter. In fact, many of the more higher-scale songs can feel like borderline NonIndicativeDifficulty; a good number of HARD charts are hard enough to qualify for ''EXTREME'', and some EXTREME charts take ''that'' a step further. Overseas players who have never experienced ''Arcade'' (unless they live next to a Round 1) were quick to point out how frustratingly difficult ''Future Tone'' was compared to the rest of the localized games.
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