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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA

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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA

Developers: Sega CS3, Dingo
Publisher: Sega
Platforms: PlayStation Portable
Released in JP: July 2, 2009
Released in KR: July 3, 2009
Released in AS: July 2, 2009

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.

PrereleaseIcon.png This game has a prerelease article

To do:
There must be some more unused content. Also, gather some pre-release information.

Sega and Hatsune Miku (along with the other Crypton Vocaloids) collaborate with each other to create a rhythm game, which would later go on to be a bigger franchise. Also, there's a feature where you can create your own beatmaps out of MP3 music.


Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info

Unused Texture

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Inside DivaDataList.afs/pve_11.igb (Ame Nochi Sweet*Drops PV) is this unused texture. It is most likely intended for Hato's PV as that has a similar texture. The texture itself is a 24 pixel bit format RGB image instead of the 8 bit+alpha that is used elsewhere.

(Source: Project DIVA.net)

Unused Animations

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Inside DivaDataList.afs/song20_anim_bod.igb (Moon), there are 3 unused animations named miku_song01, miku_song02, and miku_song03. They are also mentioned in Dreamy Theater with their original names, but they aren't in the files.

Unused Music

Inside DivaSoundList.afs, there are six unused instrumental music tracks. These tracks may have been intended as background music for certain things accessible from the main menu which didn't have their own music (such as Module Change or Options), or things that were meant to be accessible but were cut.








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The "Lyrics" text in Packaged's logo is spelled incorrectly, and is spelled as "Lirycs". Oddly enough, this was fixed in Arcade and Dreamy Theater, but the sequel still has it misspelled as "Lirycs", and Arcade and Dreamy Theater were released before the sequel, Diva 2nd, was released.