Sega announced today that the popular dancing rhythm game, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd will be making its way to the west later this fall.
The title will be available on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, and contains 40 different songs for players to choose from. Much of the first game's content will be returning, including an edit mode that allows users to make their own videos, and export them to the Internet.
Project Diva's gameplay has players choosing a character to sing a song, while pressing buttons to the beat (much like Rock Band or Guitar Hero). The prequel, Project Diva F, just made its way to North American shores this month, meaning that Sega wants to continue to push the series in the west.
But Sega has done more than just bring the franchise to North America. A certain series by ATLUS will also be getting the dancing rhythm treatment.
Persona 4: Dancing All Night, which has a similar aesthetic presence to Hatsune Miku, will also make its way to our shores in 2015. What makes this interesting is ATLUS's choice to make P4D canon, continuing the adventures of Rise (one of the main characters in Persona 4).
Be sure to check back to CGM as more details on both these games arise. Also be sure to check out the brand new trailer for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd.