|初音ミク -Project DIVA-|
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA
|Developer(s):||Sega, Crypton Future Media, Dingo|
|Publisher(s):||Sega, Dwango Music Entertainment|
|Release Date:|| 2 July 2009 |
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA (初音ミク -Project DIVA-?) is a 2009 rhythm video game developed by Sega and Crypton Future Media. It is the first Project DIVA game in the series. The game was released in Japan on 2 July 2009 for the PlayStation Portable with no international release. The game makes use of Vocaloids, a series of singing synthesiser software, and the songs created with these Vocaloids, most notably the virtual diva Hatsune Miku who stars as the titular character of the franchise. It was first announced in 2008 when it was in development.
As the first game in the series, Project DIVA has a gameplay similar to that of the series, albeit without some of the current features in the series. The game only features three difficulty modes (Easy, Medium and Hard) as opposed to the four difficulty modes of the series forgoing the Extreme difficulty, which was only added in its sequel. It also lacked main Diva Room features that were also only added in its sequel.
There are a total of 77 songs in the game, 36 which have standard rhythm games, 14 only found in Miku's Room but can be used in Edit Mode and 27 which can only be obtained by purchasing DLC from the PlayStation store.
|"The World is Mine" (ワールドイズマイン Waarudo Izu Main?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"Jaded" (ひねくれ者 Hinekuremono?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"Love is War" (恋は戦争 Koi wa Sensou?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"That One Second in Slow Motion" (その一秒スローモーション Sono Ichibyuo Surou Moushon?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"Melt" (メルト Meruto?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"Far Away"||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|"Strobe Nights" (ストロボナイツ Sutorobo Naitsu?)||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|"Star Story"||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|"Last Night, Good Night"||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|"Rain With A Chance of Sweet*Drops" (雨のちSweet*Drops Ame Nochi Sweet*Drops?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER project|
|"Miracle Paint" (ミラクルペイント Mirakuru Peinto?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER project|
|"Grumpy Waltz" (フキゲンワルツ Fukigen Warutsu?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER project|
|"Marginal" (マージナル Mājinaru?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER project|
|"Dreaming Leaf" (Dreaming Leaf -ユメミルコトノハ- Dreaming Leaf -Yumemiru Kotonoha-?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER project|
|"A Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic" (荒野と森と魔法の歌 Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta?)||Hatsune Miku||Toraboruta|
|"A Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic" (Len ver.) (荒野と森と魔法の歌 (レンver.) Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta (Ren ver.)?)||Kagamine Len||Toraboruta|
|"A Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic" (Rin ver.) (荒野と森と魔法の歌(リンver.) Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta (Rin ver.)?)||Kagamine Rin||Toraboruta|
|"White Dove" (ハト Hato?)||Hatsune Miku||Hadano P|
|"Beware of the Miku Miku Germs♪" (みくみく菌にご注意♪ Mikumiku-kin ni Gochuui♪?)||Hatsune Miku||Hayaya|
|"Song of Life" (いのちの歌 Inochi no Uta?)||Hatsune Miku||Toraboruta|
|"Song of Life" (Len ver.) (いのちの歌 (レンver.) Inochi no Uta (Ren ver.)?)||Hatsune Miku||Toraboruta|
|"Song of Life" (Rin ver.) (いのちの歌 (リンver.) Inochi no Uta (Rin ver.)?)||Hatsune Miku||Toraboruta|
|"The secret garden"||Hatsune Miku||Kosaki Satoru|
|"Dear cocoa girls"||Hatsune Miku||Kosaki Satoru|
|"Velvet Arabesque" (天鵞絨アラベスク Birodo Arabesuku?)||Hatsune Miku||Namiki Koichi|
|"Updating My Love List?" (ラブリスト更新中？ Rabu Risuto Koushinchuu??)||Hatsune Miku||Namiki Koichi|
|"Sakura no Ame - standard edit" (桜ノ雨 - standard edit -?)||Hatsune Miku||halysoy|
|"VOC@LOID in Love" (恋スルＶＯＣ＠ＬＯＩＤ Koi Suru VOC@LOID?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER project|
|"Ievan Polkka"||Hatsune Miku||Otomania|
|"I'm Your Diva" (あなたの歌姫 Anata no Utahime?)||Hatsune Miku||azuma|
|"Electric Angel" (えれくとりっく・えんじぇぅ Erekutorikku Enjieu?)||Hatsune Miku||Yasuo|
|"The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku" (初音ミクの消失 Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu?)||Hatsune Miku||cosMo@BouSou P|
|"Requiem for the Phantasma" (金の聖夜霜雪に朽ちて Kogane no Seiya Sousetsu ni Kuchite?)||Hatsune Miku||DeadballP|
|"I'll Miku Miku You♪ (For Reals)" (みくみくにしてあげる♪【してやんよ】 Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪ (Shite Yanyo)?)||Hatsune Miku||ika_mo|
|"I'm Going to Do the Rin Rin Rin♪" (リンリンリンってしてくりん♪ Rin Rin Rintte Shitekurin♪?)||Kagamine Rin||Jevanni-P|
|"Cool Love Song" (イケ恋歌 Ike-Renka?)||Kagamine Len||Lelele-P|
|"Double Lariat" (ダブルラリアット Daburu Rariatto?)||Megurine Luka||Agoaniki-P|
|"Thousand Year Solo" (千年の独奏歌 Sennen no Dokusouka?)||KAITO||yanagi|
|"Lover's Suicide Oblivion" (忘却心中 Boukyaku Shinjuu?)||MEIKO||OPA|
|"Saihate" (サイハテ?)||Hatsune Miku||Kobayashi Onyx|
|"Sunset Nostalogic -remix-" (夕暮れノスタルジック -remix- Yuugure Nosutarujikku -remix-?)||Hatsune Miku||guriplus|
|"Love it -Radio Edit-"||Hatsune Miku||Clean Tears|
|"Can You Hear It..." (聴こえていますか Kikoete Imasuka?)||Hatsune Miku||G@POPO|
|"Shooting Star Prologue"||Hatsune Miku||SOSOSO-P|
|"Tell Me!! The Magical Lyric (教えて!! 魔法のLyric Oshiete!! Mahou no Lyric?)||Hatsune Miku||Chom-P|
- Songs with a grey background are bonus songs in Miku's Room and Edit Mode and do not appear in Free Play.
Sega released two packs of stand-alone downloadable game data for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA each consisting of songs along with PVs and rhythm games created via the game's Edit Mode feature. Each DLC pack also includes song PVs viewable in high-quality polygon PVs akin to the high-definition visuals in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade and Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater, a playable digital minigame and special themes the player may customise their PlayStation Portable console with. The Edit Mode data for all the songs can also be imported over to Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd.
Miku Uta Okawari
The first DLC pack, Miku Uta Okawari (ミクうた、おかわり lit. Additional Miku Songs?), was released on 25 March 2010 where it featured nine songs sung by Hatsune Miku, a Hatsune Miku theme for the player's PSP and a digital platformer mini-game which follows the same visual style of the "*Hello, Planet" video uploaded by sasakure.UK on NicoNico.
|"Though My Song Has No Form" (歌に形はないけれど Uta ni Katachi ha Nai Keredo?)||Hatsune Miku||doriko|
|"1/6 -d2 mix-"||Hatsune Miku||Vocaliod-P|
|"Two-Sided Lovers" (裏表ラバーズ Ura-Omote Rabāzu?)||Hatsune Miku||wowaka|
|"Two Breaths Walking" (二息歩行 Nisoku Hokou?)||Hatsune Miku||DECO*27|
|"Alice -Diva mix-"||Hatsune Miku||Furukawa-P|
|"*Hello, Planet"||Hatsune Miku||sasakure.UK|
Motto Okawari, Rin, Len, Luka
The second DLC pack Motto Okawari, Rin, Len, Luka (もっとおかわり、リン・レンルカ lit. More Additional Songs: Rin, Len, Luka?) was released on 1 July 2010 where similarly to the Miku Uta Okawari pack, it featured a total of 18 songs; two by Kagamine Len, seven by Kagamine Rin and nine by Megurine Luka with PVs and rhythm games created with Edit Mode. It also included two PSP themes (one with Rin and Len and the other with Luka) and a digital game based on the "Toeto" video uploaded by its author on NicoNico.
|"RINGxRINGxRING"||Kagamine Rin||OSTER project|
|"I Like You, I Love You" (すすすす、すき、だあいすき Su-Su-Su-Su, Suki, Daisuki?)||Kagamine Rin||Jevanni-P|
|"MobiRe SenS@tion (C.A.LLME-EDIT)"||Kagamine Rin||sasakure.UK|
|"Self-Hatred" (自己嫌悪 Jiko Ken'o?)||Kagamine Rin||Ginsaku|
|"Why Haven't You Called Me Yet?" (連絡まだ？ Renrakumada??)||Kagamine Rin||Live-P|
|"To the End of Infinity" (那由他の彼方まで Nayuta no Kanata Made?)||Kagamine Len||Tsurishi-P|
|"I'll Make You Crazy♪" (ぶっちぎりにしてあげる♪ Bucchigiri ni Shite Ageru♪?)||Kagamine Rin||Bucchigiri-P|
|"Sandscraper -The Desert Line Express-" (さんどすくれいぱ ーさがく の とっきゅう せんー Sandosukureipa -sagaku no tokkyuu sen-?)||Kagamine Len||Mikusagi-P|
|"The Wanderlast (A.R.MAGE-EDIT)"||Megurine Luka||sasakure.UK|
|"A Single Red Leaf" (紅一葉 Akahitoha?)||Megurine Luka||Kurousa P(WhiteFlame)|
|"Itineranting Diva's Dance Music" (巡姫舞踊曲 Meguri Hime Buyou Kyoku?)||Megurine Luka||No.D|
|"Luka Luka ★ Night Fever" (ルカルカ★ナイトフィーバー Ruka Ruka ★ Naito Fībā?)||Megurine Luka||samfree|
|"No Logic"||Megurine Luka||JimmyThumb-P|
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater
A PlayStation 3 version of the game titled Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater (初音ミク -Project DIVA- ドリーミーシアター Hatsune Miku - Project DIVA - Dorīmī Shiatā?) was released on 24 June 2010 digitally via the Japanese PlayStation Store. The content in Dreamy Theater is nearly identical to the PSP version although the song "Sakura no Ame" was absent and the Miku Room feature was removed. The graphics are rendered in 720p high-definition, as well as an enhanced frame rate of 60 FPS.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater also gave new PVs to songs in the PSP version of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA which previously only had slideshows of fan artwork in display ("Ievan Polkka", "I'm Your Diva", "Electric Angel", "The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku" and "Requiem for the Phantasma"). It also featured a playlist function which allows the player to construct playlists of multiple song PVs. Dreamy Theater requires the PlayStation Portable with the original PSP game to be connected to the PS3 console via USB at all times to facilitate connectivity between the two devices, making Dreamy Theater more of a game add-on to the PSP game rather than a fully-fledged PS3 game.
The DLC Edit Mode gameplay data for the PSP version is also compatible with Dreamy Theater.
- Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin and Kagamine Len are the only characters to have vocal responses in the results screen.
- Every rhythm game in Free Play mode only had songs sung by Hatsune Miku. The only songs which featured other Vocaloids are the Rin and Len versions of "A Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic" and "Song of Life" (which Hatsune Miku also sung her own version).
- Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater was released on the same date as the first release of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade.
- The song "Sakura no Ame" is the only song from the PSP version of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA not to appear in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater nor in the first release of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade for unknown reasons. They appeared to have been resolved by the release of Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd which the song makes its reappearance with a newly arranged PV.
- In an early trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA, the original PV of "Black★Rock Shooter" was shown, suggesting that the game was intended to feature this song with a playable rhythm game. This did not happen although "Black★Rock Shooter" was featured later for the first time in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F.
- ↑ 初音ミク -Project DIVA ミクうた,おかわり. Sega. Retrieved on 19 March 2017.
- ↑ 初音ミク -Project DIVA もっとおかわり、リン・レンルカ. Sega. Retrieved on 19 March 2017.
- ↑ Spencer (March 9, 2010). PSP To PS3 Connective Play Added In Hatsune Miku Expansion. Siliconera. Retrieved on April 12, 2012.
- ↑ Spencer (April 23, 2010). Here’s Hatsune Miku Rendered On A PlayStation 3. Siliconera. Retrieved on April 12, 2012.
- ↑ Spencer (May 24, 2010). Make A Date With Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Dreamy Theater. Siliconera. Retrieved on April 12, 2012.
- http://miku.sega.jp/pjd/ - Official website
- http://miku.sega.jp/dt/ - Dreamy Theater official website
|Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA series|
|Main series||Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA • Arcade (Arcade Future Tone • Future Tone (PS4)) • 2nd • Extend • ƒ/F • F 2nd • X|
|Project Mirai series||Hatsune Miku and Future Stars: Project Mirai • Mirai 2 • Mirai DX|
|Other games||Miku Flick • Miku Flick/02 • Hatsune Miku: MusicGirl • Hatsune Miku: VR Future Live|