Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f‘s first DLC pack has been released on the PlayStation Store today – not just in the Japanese store, but also the one for Asia (we checked our Hong Kong and Singapore accounts).

The pack, which adds the Akita Neru, Yowane Haku and Kasane Teto modules that are useable in a variety of modes, costs 600 yen in the Japanese store, HK$68 in the Hong Kong store, and S$10.90 for Singapore.

I do not personally hold PSN accounts for Philippines and the rest of the Asian PSN countries, so I can’t vouch for any of those country-specific PlayStation Stores, but if the game was sold in your home country, chances are the DLC is available in your native PS Store too.

Just in case you’re not quite sure whether you should plonk the money down for this DLC pack, Sega has prepared a new trailer in a bid to persuade you.

According to the developers, in the video below you’ll see an “intense” Akita Neru perform in Secret Police, a “sexy” Yowane Haku strut her stuff in Eh? Aa, sou, and a “cute” Kasane Teto bop around in Melancholic. The three of them also come together for wowaka’s Unhappy Refrain after that.

Finally, if you want to hear how Neru and Haku sound like (Teto doesn’t have a voice in Project Diva f), stay tuned to the very end.


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