|初音ミク -Project DIVA- 2nd|
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd
|Release Date:||July 29, 2010|
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd (初音ミク -Project DIVA- 2nd?) is a music/rhythm video game which was devoloped by Sega and Crypton Future Media for the PlayStation Portable. It is the sequel to the first Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA game. It was released on 29 July 2010 in Japan with no international release.
As this game was released to coincide with Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade, a special "Arcade Debut" edition known as Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd# came out alongside the regular version.
The gameplay is relatively identical to its predecessor although it is known for introducing many new features which became the standard features in future titles including the following:
- The directional buttons can now be used to hit the Action Button note corresponding to its position (Up can hit Triangle notes, Right can hit Circle notes, Down can hit Cross notes, Left can hit Square notes).
- Two new notes have been added into the game which would be seen later in future Project DIVA titles: the arrow-shaped "Double" notes and the strip-embedded "Hold" note.
- Double notes are hit when the player presses both the Action Button and its corresponding directional button with at the same time (ie. A Blue arrow means the player needs to press both Down and Cross at the same time.)
- Hold notes have a "hold-and-release" function which the player holds down a particular single note button and release it at the right time.
- A fourth rhythm game difficulty called "Extreme" is added. It is more difficult than the Hard difficulty in the first Project DIVA game.
- A new score rank called "Excellent is added, in between "Great" and "Perfect".
- The ranking which the player receives is determined by the number of notes the player hits with a Cool or Fine Rating instead of reaching a specific score in the first game. (To achieve a Perfect, the player is still required to hit all notes with an unbroken combo.) The player can check this on each song by pressing Triangle after selecting the song.
- A tutorial has being added to introduce new players to the gameplay. It features the song "Ievan Polkka" which would later be seen in all future Project DIVA titles.
- Some songs of the game are duets, allowing the player to select two characters to be used for its PV (promotional video) as opposed to just solos in the first game. This is carried further into Edit Mode, allowing up to two Modules used in the song.
- Modules for each character can be purchased from the Shop using DIVA points obtained from playing the rhythm games of the songs.
- If the player has a save file of the first Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA game in the same Memory Stick Project DIVA 2nd is saved in, they can import all modules they obtained from the first game into Project DIVA 2nd without having to purchase them.
There are a total of 66 songs available in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd. 47 songs (28 new and 19 old) are obtained normally by playing through the game, 9 songs are only available through Edit Mode, and 10 songs need to be purchased from the PlayStation Network.
|Song Name||Performed By||Producer|
|"Ievan Polkka" (tutorial and edit mode only)||Hatsune Miku||Otomania|
|"Romeo and Cinderella" (ロミオとシンデレラ Romio to Shinderera?)||Hatsune Miku||doriko|
|"magnet"|| Hatsune Miku|
|"Aikotoba" (愛言葉?)||Hatsune Miku||DECO*27|
|"Sound" (サウンド Saundo?)||Hatsune Miku||baker|
|"Kokoro" (ココロ?)||Kagamine Rin||Toraboruta|
|"Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder" (右肩の蝶 Migikata no Chou?)||Kagamine Len||Nori-P|
|"Marginal" (マージナル Majinaru?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER Project|
|"The secret garden"||Hatsune Miku||Kosaki Satoru|
|"Just Be Friends"||Megurine Luka||Dixie Flatline|
|"Strobe Nights" (ストロボナイツ Sutorobo Naitsu?)||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|"Clover♣Club" (クローバー♣クラブ Kuroba♣Kurabu?)||Hatsune Miku||Yuuyu-P|
|"from Y to Y"||Hatsune Miku||JimmyThumb-P|
|"Updating My Love List?" (ラブリスト更新中？ Rabu Risuto Koushinchuu??)||Hatsune Miku||Namiki Koichi|
|"Song of Life" (いのちの歌 Inochi no Uta?)||Hatsune Miku||Toraboruta|
|"Po Pi Po" (ぽっぴっぽー?)||Hatsune Miku||Lamaze-P|
|"Cantarella" (カンタレラ Kantarera?)|| KAITO|
|"When First Love Ends" (初めての恋が終わる時 Hajimete no Koi ga Owaru Toki?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"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|
|"Dear cocoa girls"||Hatsune Miku||Kosaki Satoru|
|"Gigantic Girl" (巨大少女 Kyodai Shoujo?)||Hatsune Miku||40meterP|
|"Dear"||Hatsune Miku||19's Sound Factory|
|"Gemini" (ジェミニ Jemini?)|| Kagamine Rin|
|"VOiCE -DIVA MIX-"||Hatsune Miku||Lovely-P|
|"The World is Mine" (ワールドイズマイン Warudo Izu Main?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"Miracle Paint" (ミラクルペイント Mirakuru Peinto?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER project|
|"Velvet Arabesque" (天鵞絨アラベスク Biroudo Arabesuku?)||Hatsune Miku||Namiki Koichi|
|"Roshin Yukai" (炉心融解?)||Kagamine Rin||iroha(sasaki)|
|"I Really Do Understand" (ほんとは分かってる Honto wa Wakatteru?)||Hatsune Miku||Funakoshi-P|
|"Melt" (メルト Meruto?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"Love-Colored Ward" (恋色病棟 Koiiro Byouto?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER Project|
|"Finder (DSLR remix‐re:edit)" (ファインダー (DSLR remix‐re:edit Fainda (DSLR remix‐re:edit?)||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|"Promise"|| Kagamine Rin|
|"Beware of the Miku Miku Germs♪" (みくみく菌にご注意♪ Mikumiku-kin ni Gochuui♪?)||Hatsune Miku||Hayaya-P|
|"The First Sound" (ハジメテノオト Hajimete no Oto?)||Hatsune Miku||malo|
|"White Dove" (ハト Hato?)||Hatsune Miku||Hadano-P|
|"Saihate" (サイハテ?)||Hatsune Miku||Kobayashi Onyx|
|"Look This Way, Baby" (こっち向いてBaby Kocchi Muite Baby?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"Colorful × Melody" (カラフル×メロディ Karafuru x Merodi?)|| Hatsune Miku|
|"Double Lariat" (ダブルラリアット Daburu Rariatto?)||Megurine Luka||Agoaniki-P|
|"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|
|"The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku" (初音ミクの激唱 Hatsune Miku no Gekishou?)||Hatsune Miku||Storyteller|
|"Endless Nightmare"||Megurine Luka||Unknown|
|"Why?" (なんで？ Nande??)||Kagamine Len||Unknown|
|"Hallo World"||Kagamine Rin||Unknown|
|"I'm Crazy For You"||Hatsune Miku||Unknown|
|"A Cat Kimi" (猫なキミ Neko na Kimi?)||Hatsune Miku||Unknown|
|"Soft at Times, Dark at Times" (時にはsoftに、時にはdarkに Toki ni wa soft ni, Toki ni wa dark ni?)||Hatsune Miku||Unknown|
|"The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku" (初音ミクの消失 Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu?)||Hatsune Miku||cosMo|
|"GO MY WAY!!"||Hatsune Miku||Otomania|
|"relations"|| Kagamine Rin|
|"Requiem for the Phantasma" (金の聖夜霜雪に朽ちて Kogane no Seiya Sousetsu ni Kuchite?)||Hatsune Miku||DeadballP|
|"Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder -39's Giving Day Edition-" (右肩の蝶-39's Giving Day Edition- Migikata no Chou -39's Giving Day Edition-?)|| Kagamine Len|
|"I'm Your Diva" (あなたの歌姫 Anata no Utahime?)||Hatsune Miku||azuma|
|"Stardust Utopia" (星屑ユートピア Hoshikuzu Yuutopia?)||Megurine Luka||Otetsu|
|"Electric Angel" (えれくとりっく・えんじぇぅ Erekutorikku Enjeu?)||Hatsune Miku||Yasuo-P|
|"Time Limit" (タイムリミット Taimu Rimitto?)||Hatsune Miku||Tatami-P|
- Songs with a light blue background are returning songs from the first game.
- Songs with a grey background are bonus songs in Diva Room and Edit Mode and do not appear in Free Play.
- Songs with an orange background are DLC and must be purchased from PlayStation Store.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater 2nd
A PlayStation 3 version of Project DIVA 2nd titled Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater 2nd (初音ミク -Project DIVA- ドリーミーシアター 2nd Hatsune Miku - Project DIVA - Dorīmī Shiatā 2nd?) was released on 4 August 2011 for the PlayStation 3 via PlayStation Network. The gameplay of Dreamy Theater 2nd is identical to the PSP game, albeit with enhanced high-definition visuals and has a framerate of 60FPS (identical to the enhancements of the first Dreamy Theater over the first Project DIVA PSP game). Like with Dreamy Theater, the player will require a PSP system with Project DIVA 2nd to use Dreamy Theater 2nd to be connected to the PS3 console via USB connection; however, the save file only needs to be transferred once rather than having the PSP be constantly connected to the PS3.
In addition, Dreamy Theater 2nd allows the player to watch the songs' PVs with stereoscopic 3D for compatible TVs. Also, all songs and their rhythm games from the first Dreamy Theater (ie. Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA with the exception of "Sakura no Ame") are also available in Dreamy Theater 2nd. Dreamy Theater 2nd is also compatible with the DLC for the PSP version (with the exception of certain DLC Modules and the Idolmaster songs).
|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|