Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f Sings its PlayStation Vita Tune Next Year


Fans asked for it. Sega listened. The original PlayStation Vita version of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f, released a couple months back on PS3 as the first of the popular series of Vocaloid rhythm games to make it out West, is coming to North America in early 2014.

It’s so great to see that the response to the PS3 version has been strong enough in the U.S. to warrant a localized release of the Vita version. I’m absolutely in love with the game on PS3 (review’s coming soon), but I think I’ll love it even more on the go.

The only bummer is that the Vita version will be released as a digital download only, unlike on console where it launched simultaneously on PSN and at retail. I’d much rather have a retail copy given how precious memory card space is on the Vita. But oh well, it’s better to have a digital release than no release at all.

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