Project Diva F 2nd is More of the Same (And That's Not a Bad Thing)

It's no exaggeration to say that Hatsune Miku is the most popular virtual idol in the world; so it's not surprising that a new iteration of Project Diva was recently released in Japan. And while Project Diva F 2nd isn't vastly different from its predecessors, it is a welcome addition for anyone who enjoys music games. » 4/22/14 8:00am Tuesday 8:00am

Horrifying, Giant Hatsune Miku On The Oculus Rift Is Just Too Much

This video starts off tame enough. It's just an average imaginary virtual reality with Hatsune Miku backed by fake (but pretty impressive) interactions thanks to the Oculus Rift and the Razer Hydra motion controller. Then, around the 3:30 mark, an oversized Nendroid Miku appears and all hell breaks loose. » 7/16/13 7:00pm 7/16/13 7:00pm

Project Diva F on the PS3 is Even Better Than the Vita Version

Let’s be clear right from the start. Project Diva f on the Vita is an enjoyable music game. It has great music, stunning visuals, and a staggering amount of unlockable items to customize how you play. But as good as it is, the PlayStation 3 version, Project Diva F (now with a capital “F”), is even better. » 5/31/13 7:50am 5/31/13 7:50am

In Project Diva F, the Dreamcast Controller Controls People Too!

Project Diva F is an enjoyable music game starring popular virtual idol Hatsune Miku. And like most games these days, there are more than a few Easter eggs for those paying attention. Moreover, as Project Diva F is a game made by Sega, many of these Easter eggs are callbacks to other Sega-related products. » 5/31/13 5:40am 5/31/13 5:40am