Even Hatsune Miku Gets A Season Pass

It’s totally pati time.
It’s totally pati time.

In case the more than 200 songs included in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone weren’t enough, Sega’s got a Season’s Pass worth of downloadable content coming, starting with this week’s 1st Encore Pack. It’s time to “Ageage Again.”


With two out of three DLC packs already released for the Japanese version of the virtual idol rhythm game, it’s time for North America to get in on the extra stuff party. The 1st Encore Pack adds four more songs to the already impressive collection, including one of my personal favorites, Mitchie M’s “Ageage Again.” I’ve played and listened to the song so many times it’s almost second nature. Here’s a recording I shot this morning of my first attempt at it on Normal difficulty.

Other new song additions include “shake it!,” “Cendrillon” and its constant companion, “Adolescence.”


The 1st Encore Pack also includes a gaggle of new Modules (costumes), accessories and Extra Extreme difficulty versions of nine songs.

The Ageage Again costume comes with animated hair.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone’s 1st Encore Pack is now available for $9.99 on the PlayStation Store, or as part of the $24.99 season pass.

Here’s a full rundown of the new stuff.


  • Ageage Again (Music & Lyrics by Mitchie M)
  • shake it! (Music & Lyrics by emon)
  • Cendrillon (Music by Dios / SignalP Lyrics by orange)
  • Adolescence (Music by Dios / SignalP Lyrics by orange)



  • Ageage Again
  • Supreme
  • Trip the Light Fantastic
  • Princess Blanche
  • MiCrystal☆
  • Hatsune Miku Emerald


  • Poppin Delight
  • Adolescence Princess


  • Bebop Knave
  • Adolescence Knight


  • Megurine Luka Ruby


  • Prince Blanc

Extra Characters (Kasane Teto)

  • M.S.J


  • Bird’s Nest
  • Tako Luka
  • Shiteyan’yo
  • Fox Mask
  • Beak
  • Anonymizer
  • Harmonica
  • Gold Medal
  • Silver Medal
  • Bronze Medal
  • Mechanical Wings
  • Big Red Button


Future Sound

  • I’m Your Diva
  • Ievan Polkka
  • Two-sided Lovers
  • Sekiranun Graffiti

Colorful Tone

  • Sayonara, Goodbye
  • StargazeR
  • Francisca
  • maigo life

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Whenever I watch clips of this game, the tambourine on-hit sound drives me up a wall. Do you just eventually get used to it as you play the game? Is there not a less ear-piercing sound they could have used?