History VideoGame / HatsuneMikuProjectDiva

15th Dec '17 6:49:46 PM AuraXtreme
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* WaveMotionGun: The train in ''Mirai DX'''s "Senbonzakura" has one, used for ''exorcism'', for some reason.

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* WaveMotionGun: The train in ''Mirai DX'''s "Senbonzakura" has one, used for ''exorcism'', for some reason.reason[[labelnote:*]]In fairness, the lyrics to the song mention using an intercontinental ballistic missile for the same purpose[[/labelnote]].
17th Nov '17 2:51:41 AM AsterSelene
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** Prior to ''X'', in accordance with the general official policy of avoiding the implication the characters have specific personalities that might conflict with fans' headcanons, the characters had never really had any dialogue and had only "talked" in short clips (mainly in score delivery and when interacting in the DIVA Room) like "thank you!" and "congratulations!" However, ''X'' gives the characters actual dialogue; although the actual voices remain as short clips due to the difficulty of reconstructing smooth dialogue manually in the Vocaloid editor, the characters become extremely talkative through the plot and when changing modules. The game is careful to have a disclaimer saying that the lines were made specifically for the game and aren't meant to be official, but since the series itself is still an officially licensed game, this led to quite a bit of discomfort among players more accustomed to the hands-off status quo employed up until then.
6th Nov '17 3:35:07 PM AuraXtreme
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** "SPiCa" has an incredibly long drumroll finish, accompanied by an incredibly long Hold Note at the end.

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** "SPiCa" "[=SPiCa=] - 39's Giving Day Edition" has an incredibly long drumroll finish, accompanied by an incredibly long Hold Note at the end.
13th Oct '17 5:37:56 PM SonicGamer07
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** In ''F 2nd'', in the event that you swipe a Chance Time Star with both fingers akin to a Wide Scratch, you will still get the Chance Time Bonus, but you won't get the Chance Time movie.



** In ''F 2nd'', hitting a successful Chance Time Star like a Double Star provides the Chance Time bonus, but doesn't play the Chance Time Event.



* HarderThanHard: Extreme difficulty, home to some of the toughest charts in the series, like ''Negaposi*Continues'', ''Sadistic Music Factory'', and ''The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku''.
** ''Arcade'' also has EXTRA EXTREME, which gives charts with no Slide Notes Slide Notes. Note that this does not actually make the song harder; some songs actually get ''easier'' on EXEX.

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* HarderThanHard: HarderThanHard:
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Extreme difficulty, home to some of the toughest charts in the series, like ''Negaposi*Continues'', ''Sadistic Music Factory'', and ''The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku''.
** ''Arcade'' also has EXTRA EXTREME, which gives charts with no Slide Notes Slide Notes. Note that this does not actually necessarily make the song harder; some songs actually get ''easier'' on EXEX.
13th Oct '17 3:28:39 PM AuraXtreme
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** In ''F 2nd'', hitting a successful Chance Time Star like a Double Star provides the Chance Time bonus, but doesn't play the Chance Time Event.
4th Oct '17 8:37:51 PM AuraXtreme
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* OverlyLongGag: "Nyanyanyanyanyanya!" is three minutes of Miku mewling like a cat at 142 BPM, ''and the PV provides lyrics''.

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* OverlyLongGag: OverlyLongGag:
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"Nyanyanyanyanyanya!" is three minutes of Miku mewling like a cat at 142 BPM, ''and the PV provides lyrics''.lyrics''.
** "SPiCa" has an incredibly long drumroll finish, accompanied by an incredibly long Hold Note at the end.
4th Oct '17 2:53:11 PM AuraXtreme
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** ''Senbonzakura'' has this twofold. Despite Miku singing the song solo, and there only being one changeable slot for Vocals (in ''F'' at least), there are unlockable modules for all six Crypton Vocaloids based on the original PV. The modules in question have a ThemeNaming of the pattern "[Number]-no-Sakura [Descriptor]", with the descriptors being a reference to the patterns on each outfit. Miku's outfit is numbered "Ichi-no-Sakura" ('ichi' being 'one'), but Kaito and Meiko's outfits are numbered "Rei-no-Sakura" ('rei' being 'zero'), in reference to the fact that their Vocaloid releases ''preceded'' Miku's.
1st Oct '17 11:15:43 PM AuraXtreme
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* ScrewYourself: Take any love song with multiple Vocals slots, fill them with the same character, and you have this trope. Alternatively, put one of Rin's modules on "[[StalkerWithACrush Rin-chan Now!]]" for a one-sided version of this trope.
28th Sep '17 12:25:09 PM PenBFDI
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** "Colorful X Melody" is a poppy duet song sung by Miku and Rin. In the same game (''F 2nd'' excluded), it has a reprise entitled "Colorful X Sexy", which has a different BGM with the same melody and is performed by Luka and MEIKO.

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** "Colorful X Melody" is a poppy duet song sung by Miku and Rin. In the same game (''F 2nd'' excluded), ''extend'', it has a reprise entitled "Colorful X Sexy", which has a different BGM with the same melody and is performed by Luka and MEIKO.
28th Sep '17 12:21:08 PM PenBFDI
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** Some games, like ''extend'' and the ''mirai'' subseries, do not have this, due to the song library on it's own taking up most of the disc or cartridge already.

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** Some games, like ''extend'' ''2nd'', ''extend'', and the ''mirai'' subseries, do not have this, due to the song library on it's own taking up most of the disc or cartridge already.
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