Hatsune Miku Project Diva f DLC pack adds Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, and Kasane Teto modules on November 6
Hatsune Miku Project Diva f players looking to spend some quality time with the Vocaloid modules Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, and Kasane Teto will finally be able to do so next Tuesday, November 6, when Sega makes available on the PlayStation Store a DLC pack for the game.
The DLC pack, which costs 600 yen on the Japanese PlayStation Store, will grant access to all three characters, useable in the Rhythm Game, Diva Room, and Edit modes. You select these characters from the EXTRA Vocaloid module slot.
Although the three Vocaloid characters can be used in Diva Room mode, Sega wants fans to understand and note that they will not have individual rooms (all three will share an EXTRA Room), that these characters’ animations might not feel as varied as the mainstay Project Diva f Vocaloids, and that the intimacy meter for these three will not increase or decrease regardless of how much you interact with them in the mode.
Additionally, in Rhythm Game mode, Akita Neru and Yowane Haku will only speak in their own voices in the results screen section after a song.
Kasane Teto, on the other hand, will not speak in Project Diva f at all, because Teto has her own voice bank, and (I’m guessing) Sega and Future Crypton Media were unable to license it in time. This is as opposed to Neru and Haku who do not have official voice banks.
Akita Neru (which literally means “I’m bored, going to sleep”), Yowane Haku (“say negative thoughts”), and Kasane Teto (“piled-up sound Teto”) started off as fan-made derivatives of Hatsune Miku or Vocaloids in general.
However, they were eventually recognised by Crypton Future Media (who holds the copyright for Hatsune Miku) due to their popularity, and subsequently featured in Sega’s Project Diva games.