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Hatsune Miku fans who don’t speak Japanese need no longer only bob their heads along to the virtual superstar’s agreeable beats. Sega has announced the US release of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd will come complete with English translations for nearly all of its 40-song track list.
To clarify, Hatsune Miku still sings in Japanese, but Sega hopes the text translation will allow non-Japanese speakers to connect more deeply with the game experience. The “Her Voice Reaches You” trailer demonstrates the subtitles transforming from Japanese to English, and teases a bit of gameplay, as well.
Project Diva F 2nd brings 20 previously Japan-only songs from PSP entries, as well as 20 brand new songs. It will also receive cross-save functionality and a markerless AR Mode, so players can use the Vita’s camera to project Hatsune Miku onto real-life settings without downloading a marker from the game’s official website.
Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd will come to PlayStation 3 and Vita this fall. For more, check out our story on another entry in the series, tentatively titled Project Mirai Remix, coming to the US on 3DS sometime next year.
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