Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd
|Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd|
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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd (初音ミク -Project DIVA 2nd-?) is a 2010 rhythm game created by Sega and Crypton Future Media for the PlayStation Portable. The game is a sequel to the 2009 video game, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA, and was first released on July 29, 2010 in Japan with no international release. Like the original the game primarily makes use of Vocaloids, a series of singing synthesizer software, and the songs created using these vocaloids most notably the virtual-diva Vocaloid Hatsune Miku. In addition, similar to the first Dreamy Theater, a companion game Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Dreamy Theater 2nd that allows players to play the game on the PlayStation 3 with improved visuals.
The game primarily uses the same gameplay mechanics from the original game albeit with several changes. Most notable of which is that the game now uses the D-pad (arrow buttons) and a "hold and release" function for the face buttons in addition to the normal gameplay. Similar to the symbols of the first game, the game now includes colored arrows for example a blue arrow pointing downwards, this indicates that the player has to press "down" on the D-Pad and the "Cross" face button at the same time. The game also add a fourth difficulty, Extreme, to songs that is more difficult than the hard difficulty in the first game. The game will also introduce duets, as compared to only having solo songs in the first game, thus allowing players to select two modules instead. This also carries on into the Edit Mode of the game allowing players to create PVs for duets with two modules in them.
There are a total of 66 songs available in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd. 47 songs (28 new and 19 old) are obtained normally by playing through the game, 9 songs are only available through Edit Mode, and 10 songs need to be purchased from the PlayStation Network.
|Song Name||Performed By||Producer|
|levan Polkka (tutorial and edit mode only)||Hatsune Miku||Otomania|
|Romeo and Cinderella (ロミオとシンデレラ Romio to Shinderera?)||Hatsune Miku||doriko|
|Love Words (愛言葉 Ai Kotoba?)||Hatsune Miku||DECO*27|
|Sound (サウンド Saundo?)||Hatsune Miku||baker|
|Heart (ココロ Kokoro?)||Kagamine Rin||Travolta-P|
|Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder (右肩の蝶 Migikata no Chou?)||Kagamine Len||Nori-P|
|Marginal (マージナル Majinaru?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER Project|
|The secret garden||Hatsune Miku||Kosaki Satoru|
|Just Be Friends||Megurine Luka||Dixie Flatline|
|Strobo Nights (ストロボナイツ Sutorobo Naitsu?)||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|Clover♣Club (クローバー♣クラブ Kuroba♣Kurabu?)||Hatsune Miku||Yuuyu-P|
|from Y to Y||Hatsune Miku||JimmyThumb-P|
|Updating Your Love List? (ラブリスト更新中？ Rabu Risuto Koushinchuu??)||Hatsune Miku||Namiki Koichi|
|Song of Life (いのちの歌 Inochi no Uta?)||Hatsune Miku||Travolta-P|
|Vegetable Juice (ぽっぴっぽー PoPiPo?)||Hatsune Miku||Lamaze-P|
|Cantarella (カンタレラ Kantarera?)||KAITO
|When the First Love Ends (初めての恋が終わる時 Hajimete no Koi ga Owaru Toki?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic (荒野と森と魔法の歌 Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta?)||Hatsune Miku||Travolta-P|
|Dear cocoa girls||Hatsune Miku||Kosaki Satoru|
|Gigantic Girl (巨大少女 Kyodai Shoujo?)||Hatsune Miku||40meterP|
|Dear||Hatsune Miku||19's Sound Factory|
|Gemini (ジェミニ Jemini?)||Kagamine Rin
|VOiCE -DIVA MIX-||Hatsune Miku||Lovely-P|
|World is Mine (ワールドイズマイン Warudo Izu Main?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|Miracle Paint (ミラクルペイント Mirakuru Peinto?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER Project|
|Velvet Arabesque (天鵞絨アラベスク Biroudo Arabesuku?)||Hatsune Miku||Namiki Koichi|
|Meltdown (炉心融解 Roshin Yuukai?)||Kagamine Rin||iroha(sasaki)|
|I Understand the Truth (ほんとは分かってる Honto wa Wakatteru?)||Hatsune Miku||Funakoshi-P|
|Melt (メルト Meruto?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|Love-colored Ward (恋色病棟 Koiiro Byouto?)||Hatsune Miku||OSTER Project|
|Finder (DSLR remix‐re:edit) (ファインダ (DSLR remix‐re:edit Fainda (DSLR remix‐re:edit?)||Hatsune Miku||kz|
|Beware of Miku Miku Bacteria♪ (みくみく菌にご注意♪ Mikumiku-kin ni Gochuui♪?)||Hatsune Miku||Hayaya-P|
|First tone (ハジメテノオト Hajimete no Oto?)||Hatsune Miku||malo|
|White Dove (ハト Hato?)||Hatsune Miku||Hadano-P|
|The Farthest Ends (サイハテ Saihate?)||Hatsune Miku||Kobayashi Onyx|
|Look this Way, Baby (こっち向いてBaby Kocchi Muite Baby?)||Hatsune Miku||ryo|
|Colorful x Melody (カラフルxメロディ Karafuru x Merodi?)||Hatsune Miku
|Double Lariat (ダブルラリアット Daburu Rariatto?)||Megurine Luka||Agoaniki-P|
|I'll Make You Do the Miku Miku♪ (You'll Do It) (みくみくにしてあげる♪【してやんよ】 Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪ (Shite Yanyo)?)||Hatsune Miku||ika|
|The Singing Passion of Hatsune Miku (初音ミクの激唱 Hatsune Miku no Gekishou?)||Hatsune Miku||cosMo|
|Endless Nightmare||Megurine Luka||Unknown|
|Why? (なんで？ Nande??)||Kagamine Len||Unknown|
|Hallo World||Kagamine Rin||Unknown|
|I'm Crazy For You||Hatsune Miku||Unknown|
|A Cat Kimi (猫なキミ Neko na Kimi?)||Hatsune Miku||Unknown|
|Soft at times, Dark at times (時にはsoftに、時にはdarkに Toki ni wa soft ni, Toki ni wa dark ni?)||Hatsune Miku||Unknown|
|The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku (初音ミクの消失 Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu?)||Hatsune Miku||cosMo|
|GO MY WAY!!||Hatsune Miku||Otomania|
|Golden Holy Night Rotting into the Frost and Snow (Requiem for the Phantasma) (金の聖夜霜雪に朽ちて Kogane no Seiya Sousetsu ni Kuchite?)||Hatsune Miku||Deadball-P|
|Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder -39's Giving Day Edition- (右肩の蝶-39's Giving Day Edition- Migikata no Chou -39's Giving Day Edition-?)||Kagamine Len
|Your Diva (あなたの歌姫 Anata no Utahime?)||Hatsune Miku||azuma|
|Stardust Utopia (星屑ユートピア Hoshikuzu Yuutopia?)||Megurine Luka||Otetsu|
|Electric Angel (えれくとりっく・えんじぇぅ Erekutorikku Enjeu?)||Hatsune Miku||Yasuo-P|
|Time Limit (タイムリミット Taimu Rimitto?)||Hatsune Miku||Tatami-P|
- Songs with a light blue background are returning songs from the first game.
- Songs with a grey background can only be played in Edit Mode.
- Songs with an orange background are DLC and must be purchased from the PlayStation Network.
Various packs of DLC were released for Project DIVA 2nd, including new modules, new rooms, new room items, and new songs and stages.
- July 29, 2010 - The first DLC pack released, it contained two additional Project DIVA 2nd posters for room decoration.
- August 26, 2010 - In observance of Hatsune Miku's 3rd birthday, a Miku-themed DLC pack was released, containing a Miku-themed room, two additional room items, and a "8/31 Happy Birthday MIKU" poster room decoration.
- August 31, 2010 - Hatsune Miku's new module, taken from the cover of the Hatsune Miku Append Vocaloid software, was released.
- September 30, 2010 - The songs "The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku" and "StargazeR" were released.
- October 28, 2010 - The "Hatsune Miku Project DIVA 2nd x The Idolmaster SP Collaboration" DLC packs were released, containing modules from The Idolmaster SP for Miku, Rin, and Luka, and Vocaloid versions of "GO MY WAY!!" and "relations" from The Idolmaster were released, as well as a 765 Production room and item, an Idolmaster character doll, and new room posters.
- November 4, 2010 - In observance of Meiko's birthday, a Meiko-themed DLC pack was released, including a Meiko-themed room, a birthday cake room item, an "i Cup" room item, and a kimono module.
- November 30, 2010 - The Christmas modules were released, containing Christmas outfits for Miku, Rin, Len, Luka, Meiko, and Kaito.
- December 22, 2010 - A Christmas/Kagamine Rin + Len themed pack was released, containing a variety of Christmas themed items and room, a Kagamine Rin and Len room poster and room item, and the "39's Giving Day" edition of the concert stage.
- January 27, 2011 - In observance of Megurine Luka's 2nd birthday, a Luka-themed DLC pack was released, including a Luka-themed room, a birthday cake room item, a Luka doll room item, and a Luka room poster. A winter-themed Miku module was also released.
- February 17, 2011 - In observance of Kaito's 5th birthday, a Kaito-themed DLC pack was released, including an ice-cream themed room and room decoration, a "Happy Birthday" ice cream cone room decoration, a Kaito poster, and a white suit module.
Dreamy Theater 2nd
On August 4, 2011 Sega released Project DIVA Dreamy Theater 2nd to the Japanese PlayStation Network Store for PlayStation 3 users. The game is similar to the Dreamy Theater add-on for the first Project DIVA in that it contains the same content as the PSP version of Project DIVA 2nd but has much higher detailed graphics and is rendered on the PS3's GPU in 720p. Notable differences from the first Dreamy Theater game are that the player need only connect their PSP system once to transfer a save file rather than having it constantly connected via USB cable, as well as the addition of stereoscopic 3D for compatible TVs. Once the game has been unlocked by transferring a save file, all unlocked content from the player's PSP system will be available to play along with the songs from the first Project DIVA game as an added bonus.
- Spencer (March 2, 2010). "Sing A Duet In Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd". Siliconera. Retrieved April 12, 2012.
- Spencer (April 6, 2010). "Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd Trailer Spotlights Duets". Siliconera. Retrieved April 12, 2012.
- Ishaan (December 24, 2010). "Dreamy Theater 2nd Gives Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 2nd A Dash Of High-Definition". Siliconera. Retrieved April 12, 2012.
- Official Site (Japanese)