|初音ミク -Project DIVA- X|
Hatsune Miku Project DIVA X
|Release Date:|| PlayStation Vita:|
24 March 2016
30 August 2016
30 August 2016
25 August 2016
30 August 2016
30 August 2016
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X (初音ミク -Project DIVA- X?) is a 2016 rhythm video game developed by Sega and Crypton Future Media. The PlayStation Vita was released in Asia on 24 March 2016. A PlayStation 4 version of the game, titled Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X HD (初音ミク -Project DIVA- X HD?) was released on 25 August 2016 in Asia. Both physical and digital versions (digital only in Europe) of the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 versions of Project DIVA X were released in North America and Europe on 30 August 2016.
The game was revealed on 31 August 2015 on Hatsune Miku's 8th anniversary. It showed the full PV of Raspberry*Monster revealing the confirmed artists/producers involved in providing the songs in the game.
Like every other game in the series, the player taps the directional and PlayStation action buttons (Cross, Circle, Triangle and Square) that correspond to the displayed button and flicking either stick or swiping the PS Vita's screen/DualShock 4's touchpad for Star notes to the beat of various songs. DIVA X introduces a Rush Note, where after hitting the note regularly, the player can then tap either of the buttons that correspond to that note as quick as possible to gain bonus points within a short amount of time. The "Linked-Star notes" and "Double Star" notes that were introduced in Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd have been removed.
There is a new gameplay mode, known as Live Quest which is a story mode where the player completes a series of rhythm game quests in each song of all five Clouds. All rhythm game quests require a specific amount of Voltage (replacing the traditional score) to clear it.
The game contains a total of 30 playable songs (not including "Ievan Polkka" as the tutorial), six of which are medleys and two which return from previous entries in the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA or Project Mirai series.
|Song name||Performed by||Producer(s)|
|"The First Sound" (ハジメテノオト Hajimete no Oto?)||Hatsune Miku||malo|
|"Love Song" (愛の詩 Ai no Uta?)||Hatsune Miku||Lamaze-P|
|"Name of the Sin" (罪の名前 Tsumi no Namae?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|"Beginning Medley - Primary Colors" (はじまりのメドレー 〜プライマリーカラーズ〜 Hajimari no Medoree ~Puraimarii Karaazu~?)|| Hatsune Miku|
|"Ultimate Medley - Ultimate Exquisite Rampage" (終極のメドレー ～超絶技巧暴走組曲～ Shuukyoku no Medley ~Chouzetsu Gikou Bousou Kumikyoku~?)||Hatsune Miku|| cosMo@BousouP|
|"Love Trial" (恋愛裁判 Ren'ai Saiban?)||Hatsune Miku||40mP|
|"Tale of the Deep sea Lily" (ウミユリ海底譚 Umiyuri Kaitei Tan?)||Hatsune Miku||n-buna|
|"Even a Kunoichi Needs Love" (クノイチでも恋がしたい Kunoichi Demo Koi ga Shitai?)|| Hatsune Miku|
|"Patchwork Staccato" (ツギハギスタッカート Tsugihagi Sutakkaato?)||Hatsune Miku||Toa|
|"LOL -lots of laugh-"||Hatsune Miku||mikumix|
|"Cute Medley - Idol Sounds" (キュート・メドレー ～アイドル サウンズ～ Kyuuto・Medoree ~Aidoru Saunzu~?)||Hatsune Miku||Mitchie M|
|"Raspberry*Monster" (ラズベリー＊モンスター Razuberii*Monsutaa?)||Hatsune Miku||HoneyWorks|
|"The Lost One's Weeping" (ロストワンの号哭 Rosuto Wan no Goukoku?)||Kagamine Rin||Neru|
|"Solitary Envy" (独りんぼエンヴィー Hitorinbo Envy?)||Hatsune Miku||Denpol-P|
|"Calc."||Hatsune Miku||Jimmythumb P|
|"Cool Medley - Cyber Rock Jam" (クール・メドレー 〜サイバーロックジャム〜 Kuuru・medoree ~Saiba Rokku Jamu~?)|| Hatsune Miku|
Arranged by: DIVELA
Manipulated by: Kou (Osamu)
|"Brain Revolution Girl" (脳内革命ガール Nounai Kakumei Gaaru?)||Hatsune Miku||MARETU|
|"Amazing Dolce"|| MEIKO|
|"Holy Lance Explosion Boy" (聖槍爆裂ボーイ Seisou Bakurestu Booi?)||Kagamine Len||rerulili x moja|
|"Ai Dee" (愛Dee?)|| Hatsune Miku|
|"A Single Red Leaf" (紅一葉 Akahitoha?)||Megurine Luka||Kurousa P|
| "Elegant Medley - Glossy Mixture" (ビューティ・メドレー 〜Glossy Mixture〜 Byuuti・Medoree ~Glossy Mixture~?)
|| Hatsune Miku|
Arranged by: Treow
|"Mrs. Pumpkin Comical Dream" (Mrs.Pumpkinの滑稽な夢 Mrs.Pumpkin no Kokkei na Yume?)||Hatsune Miku||Hachi|
|"Streaming Heart" (ストリーミングハート Sutoriimingu Haato?)||Hatsune Miku||DECO*27|
|"Slow Motion" (すろぉもぉしょん Suroomooshon?)||Hatsune Miku||Pinocchio-P|
|"Babylon" (バビロン Babiron?)||Hatsune Miku||Tohma|
|"Urotander, Underhanded Rangers" (卑怯戦隊うろたんだー Hikyou Sentai Urotandaa?)|| KAITO|
|"Quirky Medley - Giga-Remix" (カオス・メドレー 〜ギガリミックス〜 Kaosu・Medoree ~Giga Rimikkuzu~?)|| Hatsune Miku|
Arranged by: Giga-P
|"Hand in Hand"||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|"Sharing The World"||Hatsune Miku||BIGHEAD, ELEKI|
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X features downloadable content for additional songs and Modules, including the Extra Character Modules (ie. derivatives). As with Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd, all downloadable content purchased are cross-compatible, allowing the player to download them to both the PS Vita and PS4 versions DIVA X when purchasing it just once (as long as both versions of the game are purchased under the same Sony Entertainment account).
As a campaign to the game's launch, the Snow Miku 2010-2015 Modules were downloadable for free within a month of the game's release from 30 August 2016 – 30 September 2016 and were then made paid purchases after that.
- This is the first entry since the first Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA to not include the following:
|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|