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Tokyo Teddy Bear and Yumekui Shirokuro Baku are two more of the six brand new songs being made for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F (PS3), Sega has revealed this week in an exclusive Famitsu story.

The two songs unveiled today are the 3rd and 4th entries in the list of six new featured songs for the PS3 version. The first two were Tell Your World and Sweet Devil.

Both Tokyo Teddy Bear (東京テディベア, song by Neru) and Yumekui Shirokuro Baku (夢喰い白黒バク, by Nem) are songs focused on the Vocaloid twins Kagamine Rin and Len respectively.

And since December 27 happens to be the birthday for Rin and Len (like we said before, make sure to go into My Room in Project Diva f on the PS Vita for something special!), Sega has put out an official Project Diva F PS3 trailer to demonstrate what these songs look like in the game, after they’ve undergone the Project Diva treatment:

Here are the original PVs for both songs when they were shared on Nico Nico Douga:

Accompanying modules for Tokyo Teddy Bear and Yumekui Shirokuro Baku are “Scissors” Kagamine Rin (designed by Shidu, who also came up with the original PV from Nico Nico that you see above) and “Tricker” Kagamine Len (designed by Tama who, too, did the original PV for the song before Sega remade it) respectively.

Scissors (シザーズ)
Design: Shidu (しづ)

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Tricker (トリッカー)
Design: Tama (たま)

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Live Studio Mode

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Famitsu’s story also has a few more details on Live Studio Mode, the new mode introduced in the PS3 version of Project Diva F. Unlike the rhythm game portion of the title, it appears that Live Studio Mode is similar to Live Appreciation Mode in Dreamy Theatre Extend.

In other words, it’s one way for Sega to introduce songs into the game – that you can watch as a performance – without having to create a PV or a musical score chart for you to play.

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All four of the songs found in the AR Mode in the PS Vita’s Project Diva f will be viewable as performances in Live Studio Mode. In addition, Sega is including four more songs that were featured in the Hatsune Miku Sega Joypolis mini-live concert held back in August.

  • World Is Mine ~39’s Giving Day Edition~
  • Miracle Paint
  • I’ll Make You Do the Miku Miku♪ (You’ll Do It) (Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪(Shite Yanyo))
  • 1/6 -out of the gravity- ~39’s Giving Day Edition~
  • Four more songs

Two more module silhouettes to guess

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Although the web version of Famitsu’s Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F story did not mention anything about module silhouettes, you pick up the new issue of Weekly Famitsu magazine and read the full story you’ll see that Sega has once again dropped two hints – in the form of silhouettes you see pictured above – on what fans can expect for new modules (outside of the ones that already come attached to the six new songs) they’re including in the PS3 version.

You can look at the previous module silhouette – which bears a remarkable semblance to Hatsune Miku’s appearance in a certain Senbonzakura PV – in our previous story here.

The fact that Sega has shared a total of three module silhouettes thus far gives credence to our theory that Senbonzakura may not actually be a song featured in Project Diva F – there are two more songs waiting to be revealed, but three module silhouettes. Besides, in the first place the Sega feat. Hatsune Miku Project development did say before that there will be more new modules than new songs in the PS3 version.

On the flipside, Sega did license Senbonzakura for use in their other rhythm game, Maimai Plus.

What do you guys think?

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Source: Famitsu, scan 1, scan 2

 

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