Project DivaEdit

Project DIVA is a rhythm video game series created by SEGA and Crypton Future Media. The games feature the Crypton Vocaloids: Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin/Len, Megurine Luka, MEIKO, KAITO and more. The core gameplay mechanic consists of tapping buttons to the beat of various Vocaloid songs.


History Edit

The original Project DIVA was released for the PlayStation Portable in 2009 as a Japanese-exclusive. The game's core gameplay has not changed since then. As notes fly across the screen, the player taps the corresponding button in time with the song, while an animated music video plays in the background. The success of the first game has led to several sequels, most only released in Japan.

Various spin-offs have also been released, including the sub-series, which allows players to watch the videos on their TVs in HD, and the  series for Nintendo 3DS, aimed for a younger audience.

The immense popularity of the series in Japan, as well as the growing Vocaloid fanbase in the West, resulted in the release of the first international version, , beginning in 2013. Due to Project DIVA F's success, SEGA has promised to release its sequel, , in the West later in 2014.

Project DIVA F is currently available through retail stores (for example, Amazon  and GameStop ) in America for the PlayStation 3, and through digital download for both the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita worldwide. The sequel, Project DIVA F 2nd, is planned for retail release in America for both the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita.

Concerts Edit

As a form of promotion for its Project DIVA video games, Crypton and SEGA have created a series of live hologram concerts. These concerts, which have occurred worldwide, use special projection technology to bring Vocaloids to life.

The first concert to take place in America, MikuNoPolis, occurred in 2011 at the Anime Expo in Los Angeles, as part of a campaign for the 2011 Toyota Corolla. MikuNoPolis attracted worldwide attention, and was completely sold out.

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