Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd
Great for Both Hardcore and Casual Gamers
This is a fantastic game. As a casual gamer I have so much fun playing this in small portions. A couple songs in between work shifts can really brighten up your day.
As for the gameplay, it has 4 levels of difficulty; Easy, Standard, Hard and Extreme. The game can get quite challenging depending on what difficulty you use, which makes it all the more entertaining. The customization option is also really fun, especially when you change it to Kaito's model in Luka Luka☆Night Fever :3
In the end, if you like rhythm games or Vocaloid in general I highly recommend this. It is worth every penny.
Great addition to the Project Diva Series
I, too, ordered this game from Japan back in March and I love it. Probably my favourite PD game since PD Extend. I'm so glad Sega is continuing to localise this series and will happily buy this again once it hits North America.
Awesome, totally worth it.
Bought this game from Japan when it came out last month. It is incredibly fun. Love that clover club, and meltdown made a comeback as well as kokoro. The new songs are really good too. I love the new new interface for the diva room and some of the other new features that I'll as a surprise.
This game has definitely improved since the first project diva f, and it has many features.Some of the many features include new style of game-play, new movements for the diva room and the customisable themes. this game is definately worth the 40 dolllars. i have played both versions of the game on PS3 and PSVITA, and find it better to play on the Playstation Vita because you feel more interactive in the Diva room and it is easier to swipe the stars in the game. But the PS3 edition does have some better graphics. Overall this game is a must buy if your a Miku fan.
Worth Playing for Rhythm Game Fans
Don't be fooled by the girly look that the Project Diva games have, these are hardcore rhythm games. The first Project Diva game fills the non-Guitar Hero rhythm gap that games like PaRappa the Rapper and Gitaroo Man left during the PS2 era. If you want a challenge, and are a fan of techno or jpop at all, then the Project Diva games are a must-play. I doubt the average person could complete many (if any) of the songs on Extreme difficulty. It's nice to see these games get western releases, support them if you are a fan of the genre.
Singlehandedly Reviving the Rhythm Game Genre.
I love Project Diva. It has been a long time since a good Rhythm game released in the West. I got Project Diva F for PS Vita and I'll happily get this as well.