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Sega gets over 12,000 likes for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F in 13 hours

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The people have spoken. 13 hours ago, Sega posted a banner to Facebook, asking if people wanted Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F for the PS3 released in North America and Europe. People were told to show their love by liking and sharing the image.

With Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F being a niche music game and all, you’d think it would get a fairly subdued response from diehand Vocaloid fans. Instead, it’s received 12,331 “likes” as of 10:20pm CST on March 7, 2013. I’d say that’s a a pretty awesome showing. The shares are trailing behind, with only just over 8,900 spreading the love so far, but I’d call that response impressive too. The comments are largely positive as well, as over 1,800 comments have been left from people showing their support and asking for both the PS3 and Vita versions, if possible.

As someone who purchased and loved Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F on the Vita, I wholeheartedly support and recommend the game. It’s easily one of the best music games out there, especially since there is an in-game editor that lets players import their own songs and make their own patterns and music videos starring the Vocaloids. It’s an amazing entry in a fantastic series and the PS3 game library will be stronger with this title in it.

Anyways, the Facebook image is online and I saw we keep love-bombing it! Let’s show Sega how much we want Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F in the West. Maybe the company can recoup some of the money it lost on Aliens: Colonial Marines when Miku saves the day.

I also think we should keep our eyes open. I’m sure this response has gotten Sega’s attention. Perhaps we’ll even have a Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F announcement by the end of next week. Maybe if it does well enough, the company will even consider bringing over the Vita version as well.

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  1. if only these weaboos were as dedicated when it comes to quality but all they do is copying the fads from Japanese otakus instead of developing their own taste (fk globalization!). But anyway, thanks to them anime is ruined too with everything now being moe and ecchi series. =/

    Sorry for the rant but I’m still butthurt over the fact that we’ll not get Yakuza 5! That game was my most anticipated game of the year and now I can’t play it because I don’t know Japanese. ;(

    Kamille_Bidan
    • Just because we might get Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F doesn’t mean we won’t get Yakuza 5 or the Yakuza HD Collection. Sega’s only said it has no comment at this time, which is what companies always say when they aren’t ready to make any announcement. We could very well still get both games.

      Also, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is a really fantastic music game and I think people like it because it’s actually good. Perhaps if it gets released, you should consider trying a demo.

      Jenni Lada