History VideoGame / HatsuneMikuProjectDiva

27th Apr '16 8:09:38 PM SonicGamer07
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* ''Miku Flick'' (iOS, 2012)
* ''Miku'' ''[=Flick/02=]'' (iOS, 2012)

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* ''Miku Flick'' (iOS, 2012)
2012) -- A mobile game iteration of the ''DIVA'' series. Utilizes the graphics and [=PVs=] featured in ''Dreamy Theater'' and ''Arcade'' while introducing a more linear gameplay system that involves utilizing an on-screen hiragana keyboard to tap and swipe out parts of the song's lyrics as they're performed. Features 14 songs.
* ''Miku'' ''[=Flick/02=]'' (iOS, 2012)2012) -- The sequel to the first ''Miku Flick''. Introduces non-Miku songs and EXTREME difficulty for a harder challenge. Adds Interlude Mini-Game, a second mechanic where you tap a large button to notes during instrumental portions a la a standard rhythm game for bonus points, and Fever Mode, a trigger for reaching 100 Combo that increases the points earned per COOL to 100. Features 11 included songs and 63 DLC songs.


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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: ''Break the Limit'' mode in ''Miku Flick''. Unlike the standard difficulties, where you only have to hit highlighted syllables to pass, ''Break the Limit'' allows you to hit every syllable. In addition, you cannot fail out of ''Break the Limit'', and the number of notes you hit in ''Break the Limit'' is tracked as a high score. The former stipulation could be interpreted as a form of mercy, since in the first game, [[ThatOneLevel The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku]] is a playable song.
27th Apr '16 7:37:43 PM SonicGamer07
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** ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X HD'' (PS4, 2016) -- An UpdatedRerelease of ''X'' that brings the series to Playstation 4. Features enhanced visuals that take advantage of the console's capabilities, including improved lighting effects, revised shaders, and miscellaneous quality improvements in 1080p, 60 frames per second.

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** ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X HD'' (PS4, 2016) -- An UpdatedRerelease of ''X'' that brings the series to Playstation 4. Features enhanced visuals that take advantage of the console's capabilities, including improved lighting and shadow effects, revised shaders, and miscellaneous quality improvements in 1080p, 60 frames per second.second. Introduces Playstation VR support for Concert Edit Mode.
27th Apr '16 6:44:36 PM SonicGamer07
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* ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X'' (Vita[=/=]PS4, 2016) -- The sixth game in the ''DIVA'' series, and the fourth game released internationally. ''X'' returns to the gameplay seen in '''', removing the additional Scratch mechanics from ''F 2nd'' while introducing Rush Notes, which grant you bonus points for ButtonMashing. Introduces Live Quest Mode, a story mode where the player follows Hatsune Miku on her quest to restore the world of music that she and her fellow Vocaloids reside in via returning power to the Element Gems, representations of the Elements that comprise their world and have lost their strength. Live Quest Mode introduces the Voltage system, where the player must score enough Voltage, or points, to clear a song and unlock new Modules and Accessories. The Shop is retired for the first time since ''2nd'' in favor of the Live Quest mechanics. Includes over 310 Modules, 25 songs and 6 Medleys. Currently holds the highest number of Modules in a main series game, as well as the lowest number of songs.

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* ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X'' (Vita[=/=]PS4, (Vita, 2016) -- The sixth game in the ''DIVA'' series, and the fourth game released internationally. ''X'' returns to the gameplay seen in '''', removing the additional Scratch mechanics from ''F 2nd'' while introducing Rush Notes, which grant you bonus points for ButtonMashing. Introduces Live Quest Mode, a story mode where the player follows Hatsune Miku on her quest to restore the world of music that she and her fellow Vocaloids reside in via returning power to the Element Gems, representations of the Elements that comprise their world and have lost their strength. Live Quest Mode introduces the Voltage system, where the player must score enough Voltage, or points, to clear a song and unlock new Modules and Accessories. The Shop is retired for the first time since ''2nd'' in favor of the Live Quest mechanics. Includes over 310 Modules, 25 songs and 6 Medleys. Currently holds the highest number of Modules in a main series game, as well as the lowest number of songs.songs.
** ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X HD'' (PS4, 2016) -- An UpdatedRerelease of ''X'' that brings the series to Playstation 4. Features enhanced visuals that take advantage of the console's capabilities, including improved lighting effects, revised shaders, and miscellaneous quality improvements in 1080p, 60 frames per second.
23rd Apr '16 11:24:25 PM SonicGamer07
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* ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA '' (Vita, 2012/2014) -- The fourth game in the ''DIVA'' series, and the first game to see a worldwide release. Introduces a host of new mechanics alongside the console upgrade, including Scratch Notes, Technical Zones, and the Grade Point system. Also introduces a graphical upgrade as well as greater special effect capacity. Notable for retiring the majority of old content from previous games, only using new songs and Modules save for the [=V3=] designs. Includes 101 Modules and 38 playable songs. Known for being the first game since ''Project DIVA'' to not recycle any older content except one Module.

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* ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA '' (Vita, 2012/2014) -- The fourth game in the ''DIVA'' series, and the first game to see a worldwide release. Introduces a host of new mechanics alongside the console upgrade, including Scratch Notes, Technical Zones, and the Grade Point system. Also introduces a graphical upgrade as well as greater special effect capacity. Notable for retiring the majority of old content from previous games, only using new songs and Modules save for the [=V3=] designs. Includes 101 Modules and 38 playable songs. Known for being the first game since ''Project DIVA'' to not recycle any older content except one Module.



* BaitAndSwitch: "This is the Happiness and Peace of Mind Committee" is a slow, soft song set in the middle of a bright park surrounded by trees. Then the first verse ends, the facade disappears and everything quickly dissolves into dystopian hell.

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"This is the Happiness and Peace of Mind Committee" is a slow, soft song set in the middle of a bright park surrounded by trees. Then the first verse ends, the facade disappears and everything quickly dissolves into dystopian hell.hell.
** "Invisible" is infamous for opening with a jaunty piano piece that sounds like it jumped straight out of a silent film, then suddenly blaring hard rock in your face five seconds later. Players with headphones/speakers at max volume are in for a ''very'' rude surprise.
23rd Apr '16 10:43:04 PM Timber
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** Almost every time a Vocaloid is shown in the opening cutscenes, they are wearing their default costumes. This is subverted with Project Diva, where Miku begins wearing the Ha2ne Miku module, later associated with the opening video, and Project Diva X, where Miku is visited by herself wearing the [[CompletionBonus Ultimate Miku module you only earn completing the game...]]

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** Almost every time a Vocaloid is shown in the opening cutscenes, they are wearing their default costumes. This is subverted with Project Diva, ''Project Diva'', where Miku begins wearing the Ha2ne Miku module, later associated with the opening video, and Project ''Project Diva X, X'', where Miku is visited by herself wearing the [[CompletionBonus Ultimate Miku module you only earn by completing the game...]]game.



** ''X'' continues the trend by adding "[[UnusualEuphemism Holy Lance Explosion]] Boy" and "Chaos Medley ~Giga Remix~". For the former, the song is basically about a womanizer, whereas the latter includes "Pink Stick Luv", which contains very unsubtle references to masturbation, and the infamous "Gigantic O.T.N.", which is entirely about sex. Much like it's predecessor, they're also translated.

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** ''X'' continues the trend by adding "[[UnusualEuphemism Holy Lance Explosion]] Boy" and "Chaos Medley ~Giga Remix~". For the former, the song is basically about a womanizer, womanizer and littered with fairly explicit innuendo and sexual euphemisms, whereas the latter includes "Pink Stick Luv", which contains very unsubtle references to masturbation, and the infamous "Gigantic O.T.N.", which is entirely (and unsubtly) about sex. Much like it's predecessor, they're also translated.



* PunnyName: The "[=Ha2ne=] Miku" Module from ''DIVA'' and ''F 2nd'' is a play on the pronunciation of the character "tsu", which sounds similar to the English number "2". It also references how it depicts an alternate version of Miku. Note that this change is [[{{Wooleyism}} only in the English versions;]] ''DIVA'' simply called it "Hatsune Miku", minus the word "-Original-" to differentiate it from her standard outfit.

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* PunnyName: The "[=Ha2ne=] Miku" Module from ''DIVA'' and ''F 2nd'' is a play on the pronunciation of the character "tsu", which sounds similar to the English number "2". It also references how it depicts an alternate version of Miku. Note that this change is [[{{Wooleyism}} [[{{Woolseyism}} only in the English versions;]] ''DIVA'' simply called it "Hatsune Miku", minus the word "-Original-" to differentiate it from her standard outfit.


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* TooManyMouths: The default stage and Miku's costume for "Babylon" in ''X'' feature giant dentures, referencing the song's original illustration.


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* WretchedHive: "Babylon" in ''X'' is about one.
23rd Apr '16 5:04:09 PM SonicGamer07
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* ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA '' (Vita, 2012/2014) -- The fourth game in the ''DIVA'' series, and the first game to see a worldwide release. Introduces a host of new mechanics alongside the console upgrade, including Scratch Notes, Technical Zones, and the Grade Point system. Also introduces a graphical upgrade as well as greater special effect capacity. Notable for retiring the majority of old content from previous games, only using new songs and Modules save for the [=V3=] designs. Includes 101 Modules and 38 playable songs.

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* ''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA '' (Vita, 2012/2014) -- The fourth game in the ''DIVA'' series, and the first game to see a worldwide release. Introduces a host of new mechanics alongside the console upgrade, including Scratch Notes, Technical Zones, and the Grade Point system. Also introduces a graphical upgrade as well as greater special effect capacity. Notable for retiring the majority of old content from previous games, only using new songs and Modules save for the [=V3=] designs. Includes 101 Modules and 38 playable songs. Known for being the first game since ''Project DIVA'' to not recycle any older content except one Module.
22nd Apr '16 1:06:56 AM SonicGamer07
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** In "Ageage Again", Miku mimicks the iconic disco pose from ''Film/SaturdayNightFever'' during the line "SATURDAY kyo wo kibun wa FEVER".

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** In "Ageage Again", Miku mimicks the iconic disco pose from ''Film/SaturdayNightFever'' during the line "SATURDAY kyo wo no kibun wa FEVER".
22nd Apr '16 1:05:30 AM SonicGamer07
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** In "Ageage Again", Miku mimicks the iconic disco pose from ''Film/SaturdayNightFever'' during the line "SATURDAY kyo wo kibun wa FEVER".
18th Apr '16 1:51:26 PM Gouken20xx
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*** Notably, a unique back accessory for Miku's ''X'' costume is what seems like a promotional backpack of the rabbit from the ''mirai'' version.
14th Apr '16 1:17:39 AM Moofey
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** In ''F'' and ''F 2nd,'' you must also score at least 80 out of a 100 grade points by hitting COOL or GOOD/FINE notes, (up to 89 points) and completely technical zones (3 points for each zone) and chance time. (5 points)
** In ''X'''s Live Quest, you must also hit a certain Voltage limit to pass. In Free Play, the system is the same as in ''F'' and ''F 2nd''.

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** In ''F'' and ''F'', ''F 2nd,'' and ''X'''s Free Play mode, you must also score at least 80 out of a 100 grade points by hitting COOL or GOOD/FINE notes, (up to 89 points) and completely technical zones (3 points for each zone) and chance time. (5 points)
** In ''X'''s Live Quest, you must also hit a certain Voltage limit to pass. In Free Play, the system is the same as in ''F'' and ''F 2nd''.
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