14w ago - Sega of America Associate Brand Manager Aaron Webber announced that Project Diva F officially arrives PS3 today with Hatsune Miku hitting the stage!
To quote: At long last, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is here! The game is in stores now, and will be available on the North American PlayStation Store later today.
We've put together a new trailer, seen above, to celebrate the launch of the game. It features some amazing songs, and a look at both the "Miku Room" and "Edit Mode" features in the game.
In the "Miku Room", you can interact with your favorite characters and fully customize their room with special themes, furniture, and more. You can also buy them gifts using your DIVA Points, and each will trigger a special event!
"Edit Mode" lets you create your very own Rhythm videos with any song you own. The possibilities are almost limitless, and your creativity will let you build the ultimate music video featuring your favorite music.
You can upload your creations online to share with your friends and the world - we can't wait to see the amazing videos you're going to create!
A long time ago, we asked you on Facebook if you would support Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F. Your...
26w ago - Sega of America Associate Brand Manager Aaron Webber announced news today confirming Hatsune Miku's North American debut in Project Diva F on PS3 this August!
To quote: Today, SEGA is proud to announce that Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is headed West! The game will arrive this August on both PlayStation 3 and Playstation Network in North America!
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F is a rhythm game featuring 38 unique songs, including popular tracks like Tell Your World and Black Rock Shooter.
Players can create and share their own Miku videos in "Edit Mode", and can customize the popular diva with over 90 different costumes and accessories. Being the first console game released for the franchise in the West, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F will include all of the updated graphics, additional songs, and features of the Japanese version.
Hatsune Miku is the world's most popular digital singer, produced by Crypton Future Media, INC. Her popularity continues to increase in the West and she has over 950,000 dedicated English speaking fans on Facebook.
In 2011, she packed the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles for her first ever Western...
73w ago - Following up on my previous PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware 3.55 / 3.41 fixes comes one this weekend for the Japanese PS3 video game entitled Hatsune Miku Project Diva: Dreamy Theater 2nd (NPJB00134) below.
Note: PSP File Launcher is necessary to sync with the PS3. Has to be used only once.
http://zeus.dl.playstation.net/cdn/JP0177/NPJB00134_00/YVOJfCTKyAWWqDLGoIgLfrlsEqAzjEchrVeLdbXVLFCDYUCzjUtUbMIQKFJcfsjpkovVWWFXNQbfsmTwctUKefbQGlBKsdpldWToL.pkg FIX 3.41/3.55:
PSP FILE LAUNCHER 2nd & SAVE FILES:
A PlayStation Portable running PSP Custom Firmware and Hatsune_Miku_Project_Diva_Dreamy_Theater_2nd_JPN.cso is also required as well.
95w ago - I want to give everyone the heads-up on my Dual Boot PS3 (2 NOR Flashes with Switch for Brick Recovery) project and try and get some feedback...
For the last few days I've been busy unbricking/downgrading etc. The spare time I've had has gone into designing my own Dual NOR expansion board for the PS3
Basics are this: It allows you to install 2 firmwares - one on either NOR which can be easily enabled/disabled via switch on the mod board. Initially the NOR expansion will need flashing (Dump NOR 1 & flash NOR 2 with the image)
Could be used as a "Brick Backup" if for any reason you brick your onboard NOR, you have a second image on the expansion.
Primary use is of course to Dual Boot firmware without needing to use your programmer all the time - initial program would be a one-off.
Can be quite useful, hence the reason for designing it. I am quite aware of the fact there are other products available which function the same. This is my own design which is a fair bit cheaper than the current Dual setups.
Once final thing, please bear in mind this is a VERY early prototype atm and still in testing. More than likely there will be a few changes along the way, but updates will be regular (finally got my head round Cadsoft)