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Yesterday news broke on the Web that Sega is announcing this week on Thursday, via Weekly Famitsu magazine, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd for the PS3 and PS Vita, a new instalment in the popular Vocaloid rhythm game series that will feature songs that previously appeared in earlier Project Diva games along with brand new ones.

Today, an image of Weekly Famitsu’s scoop on the game has appeared online, giving us a first look at the first five modules (costumes for the Vocaloid stars) revealed for Project Diva F 2nd.

(More Project Diva news on SGCafe here; also check out our Hatsune Miku posts)

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Akatsuki Arrival modules

On the left page, that’s Hatsune Miku Avant Garde and Megurine Luka Succesor you’re looking at.

Hatsune Miku Avant Garde and Megurine Luka Successor

Both modules/costumes are designed by the illustrator Kuuma (空真) who was also the illustrator Sega enlisted to work on Akatsuki Arrival’s PV in the game.

According to Famitsu, the concept behind these two costumes is to make Miku and Luka evoke a “forward-looking” or “ambitious” vibe. To that end, the costume’s characteristics also give the two Vocaloid stars a form that better accentuate their cool dance.

Colorful X Melody modules

On the right page you’re looking at Colorful Drop (Hatsune Miku) and Cheerful Candy (Kagamine Rin), designed by illustrator nezuki. The costumes have a candy design motif, which makes sense since the song they’re meant to go with is entitled Colorful X Melody.

Colorful Drop Hatsune Miku and Cheerful Candy Kagamine Rin

Romeo and Cinderella module

Finally, on the top right-hand corner we see Vintage Dress (Hatsune Miku), the module that illustrator(s) Sakura/Alice designed to match Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd’s version of Romeo and Cinderella.

Vintage Dress Hatsune Miku

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Source: Weekly Famitsu magazine (Image 1, 2, 3)

 

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