Hatsune Miku Proyect Diva X PS4 Download Free

GAME NAME
Hatsune Miku
Proyect Diva X
LANGUAGE
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RELEASE DATE
2016
GENRE
Music

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Hatsune Miku is both one of the only and one of the most famous digital pop stars out there. Since she first debuted in the mid 2000s, her fanbase has grown globally and led to all manner of concerts, strange partnerships with food companies and a large selection of video games. Given that Miku is a musical icon, it only makes sense that the Project Diva series is chock full of rhythm gaming goodness. This trend continues in the latest release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X on PS4 and PS Vita. However, there are a fair share of enhancements and tweaks to the classic formula. Some of these make the whole package more compelling, while others are no big deal. Whether you’ve played a Miku game before or not, they’re darn easy to get started with. In many ways, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is actually a great starting point for newbies to the Vocaloid world because it provides a simple storyline to get players involved. It all begins with the Vocaloid crew discovering they can no longer sing for some inexplicable reason. This causes reverberations in their world. Without their music making its way out to fans, they effectively have no fans, and no power. It’s up to the player to bring Miku, Meiko, Kaito, and the rest’s cheerful voices back to them. The way to do this is simple: Kick butt at the rhythm gameplay. These story segments pop up between stages and basically look a lot like a visual novel. The only difference is that these story beats are super brief and serve best to give us amusing glimpses into the world of these digital singers rather than progressing a particularly interesting plot.

In order to beat the songs in story mode, you must not only play the song with minimal mistakes, but you also have to max out a “voltage meter” in the corner of the screen. How does one do that? By dressing up stylishly, of course! As you replay songs in story mode, you will receive modules and accessories that you can equip to each of the game’s six main singers. Every item is defined by the same categories as the music, so if Hatsune Miku wears an elegant outfit while singing an elegant song, the voltage meter will have a multiplier added to it, making it raise much faster than if you had nothing equipped. There are over 300 different accessories and modules to unlock, and all of them have passive abilities, so there’s a massive amount of creativity and enjoyment to be had from customizing the perfect outfit for each vocaloid.

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