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Sega released today a third trailer for Hatsune Miku Project Diva F (PS Vita), unveiling eight more songs – and accompanying Vocaloid modules (character costumes) – for the upcoming PS Vita title.

This number includes two original songs produced specially for Project Diva F – Odds&Ends by Ryo (Supercell), which will serve as the game’s theme song, and Weekender Girl from kz (of Tell Your World fame) and Hachiouji-P (八王子P) – as well as six fan-favourites that first appeared on Japanese video site Nico Nico Douga:

Odds&Ends
Artiste: Ryo (Supercell)

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Weekender Girl
Artiste: kz & Hachiouji-P (八王子P)
Module: Pansy (Hatsune Miku), designed by TNSK

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Time Machine (『タイムマシン』)
Artiste: 1640mP (164×40mP)
Module: Summer Memory (Hatsune Miku), design by Gita (ぎた)

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Freely Tomorrow
Artiste: Mitchie M
Module: Star Voice (Hatsune Miku), design by NIL

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[email protected]
Artiste: halyosy
Module: Starmine (Kagamine Len), design by Yuu (優)

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DYE
Artiste: AVTechNO!
Module: Eternal White (Megurine Luka), design by Kitajima Shizuka (喜多嶋時透)

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Haihahaini (『ハイハハイニ』)
Artiste: Tennen (テンネン)
Module: Requiem (Kaito), design by Umu (うむ)

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Nostalogic
Artiste: yuukiss
Module: Bluecrystal (Meiko), design by Anko (あんこ)

So far a total of 12 songs have been unveiled for the game (including those featured in the first and second trailers). All songs and their respective PVs in Project Diva F are brand new to the series, so don’t expect to see Project Diva Extend (PSP) tracks here.

Which is your favourite song in Hatsune Miku Project Diva F so far? And which other Vocaloid songs would you like to see featured in the game? Let us know via comments below.

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Source: Shuukan Diva Station

 

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