I just started the download but it looks like it will take a while. Benefits of having slow internet ;-;
I hope they add in DLC I want shake it so badly.
lol at all these complaint messages for miku
come on guys, we need more!
please come to Europe on your next concert tour! We would really like to see you live without traveling to the US or Asia. Don't listen to SEGA when they tell you that you have no fans in Europe.
some interviews are out before the release. No real new info other than that they plan to release multiple DLCs for song and modules that are not included in the current version.
New page so asking again
How does the PS4 pre load unlock? My console isn't online, if I connect it up and download the pre load today am I good for it unlocking or should I just wait for it to unlock then download?
Anyone want to post/write something to miku? Like those fan letter/message to your favorite idol/celebrity. Just for fun of course
Gonna quote those to the OT XD
Yes, it unlocks on June 23rd at midnight JST, which works out to 11 AM on June 22 EDT.
No, nor would I expect there to ever be one. It's been discussed to death in this thread already, and Sam's only comment on the matter was that there is no comment.
You're probably best off setting up a Hong Kong PSN account and buying the game through that store. The game looks to be a bit cheaper there ($536 HKD/~$70 USD for both packs compared to 8424 JPY/~$80 USD) and all of the PSN system and store menus are in English (the game will still be in Japanese, though).What's the best way to get this? I haven't set up a foreign PSN before. Is any version going to be in English?
There's a few reasons I can think of: there's way more music to license out in this release than any previous Project Diva game (although a lot of the songs have been in games released in the US already, so that may make things easier... or not. Music licensing is really weird), the release kind of gums up their release strategies for future games (it's not going to be the best look if they launch Future Tone anywhere near X), and you can't discount the fact that Sega Sega's the crap out of everything they touch.Why wouldn't there be a western release when Project Diva, Diva 2, Mirai Remix, and Diva X have all been released here?
You're probably best off setting up a Hong Kong PSN account and buying the game through that store. The game looks to be a bit cheaper there ($536 HKD/~$70 USD for both packs compared to 8424 JPY/~$80 USD) and all of the PSN system and store menus are in English (the game will still be in Japanese, though).
You can just go create a new account on your PS4, opt to create a new PSN account, set your region to Hong Kong and just go through the process of creating the account. All of the forms will be in English, so it should be fairly straightforward. You can use pretty much whatever for a billing address, since you will be needing to use pre-paid cards.Do you know of any good guides on doing this? Thank you for the help.
Don't know if this was known, but the game will be released on the HK store as well (seems like 268$ per pack. 268 for both would be insane): https://blog.asia.playstation.com/hk-en/5222/2016/06/whats-on-psn-this-week-21-june/
Fixed. Hopefully DLC will be sold directly through the Playstation Store and not by purchasing virtual currency to be used in-game.I seriously do not believe Miku FT will ever be released outside of Asia. Still, it's not exactly hard to jump on PSN and download/buy it, should you be interested in doing so.
Why wouldn't there be a western release when Project Diva, Diva 2, Mirai Remix, and Diva X have all been released here?
The Valkyria Chronicles ones make so much more sense to me now that I've played the game.
I probably won't be able to finish it before Miku is out though
DIVA and DIVA 2nd were not released here. DIVA f/F and DIVA F 2nd were. (Despite the naming, f/F and F 2nd are the 4th and 5th mainline releases, respectively.) Same with Project mirai; mirai Remix is the 3rd entry to the series. There are more Project DIVA/mirai titles that did NOT come out here than there are ones that did.
SEGA usually waits until the improved versions to release them in the West.
There is still plenty of content in the three mainline titles that were skipped over that have never been represented in f/F and later.