Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- 2nd (初音ミク -Project DIVA- 2nd)  is a video game created by SEGA (パラフレ) for the PlayStation®Portable.
-Project DIVA- 2nd is the sequel to -Project DIVA-. It is a rhythm game for the PlayStation Portable published by Sega and released in Japan on July 29, 2010, featuring the virtual idol Hatsune Miku. The expansion game, Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- extend, was released in November 2011. This sequel also gives more attention to Crypton's other Vocaloids (MEIKO, KAITO, Kagamine Rin & Len, and Megurine Luka). Each is given their own alternate costumes, and even features a few of their most popular songs. Returning to round out the group are the popular Derivatives: Sakine Meiko, Akita Neru and Yowane Haku. Although the game features Hachune Miku, she is not, necessarily, a playable extra, but is able to be controlled at the game's credits. Another derivative, Tako Luka, makes an appearance.
During October 2009 a contest was held that focused on fans creating new attire for the VOCALOIDs to perform in, a total of twenty-four winners were chosen, with additional attire created by known producers and illustrators within the VOCALOID community.
Sega also released Dreamy Theater 2nd to the Japanese PlayStation Network Store for PlayStation 3 users on August 4, 2011. The game is similar to the Dreamy Theater add-on for the first -Project DIVA-, as it contains the same content as the PSP version of -Project DIVA- 2nd, but has much higher detailed graphics and is rendered on the PS3's GPU in 720p. Notable differences from the first Dreamy Theater game are that the player need only connect their PSP system once to transfer a save file rather than having it constantly connected via USB cable, as well as the addition of stereoscopic 3D for compatible TVs. Once the game has been unlocked by transferring a save file, all unlocked content from the player's PSP system will be available to play along with the songs from the first -Project DIVA- game as an added bonus.
An animated PV plays as players try to time their button presses with the colorful shaped icons moving across the screen. An update for PD 2nd now makes use of the D-pad (arrow buttons) and a "hold and release" function for the face buttons. Like the previous game, the settings are "EASY" "NORMAL" "HARD", but with the new addition of "EXTREME".
Among the returning features is the highly praised Enhanced Edit mode that allows the players to create a customized music video of their desired song saved on their PSP that could even include gameplay. The edit mode also gives players the ability to import their own music and alter gameplay. The games playlist consist of 28 new songs with returning popular songs, and a new duet mode. Also returning are fan illustrations as loading screens.
See gallery for /Modules
The modules for PD2 consist of original outfits from a contest hosted on Piapro. The original modules from the first PD game are importable.
Otomania, doriko, minato, DECO*27, baker, Toraboruta-P, kz, Nori-P, OSTER project, Kosaki Satoru, Dixie Flatline, Yuuyu-P, JimmyThumb-P, Namiki Koichi, shu-tP, Lamaze-P, Kurousa-P, ryo, 40meterP, 19's Sound Factory, Lovely-P, iroha(sasaki), Kazu-P, Funakoshi-P, samfree, Hayaya-P, malo, Hadano-P, Kobayashi Onyx, Team MOER, Agoaniki-P, ika, cosMo, Yasuo-P, Tatami-P, azuma, Otetsu, Deadball-P, Kotsuban-P
|01||Ievan Polkka||Eva's Polka||Otomania||Miku|
|02||ロミオとシンデレラ (Romeo to Cinderella)||Romeo and Cinderella||doriko||Miku|
|04||愛言葉 (Ai Kotoba)||Love Words||DECO*27||Miku|
|08||右肩の蝶 (Migikata no Chou)||Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder||Nori-P||Len, (Rin)|
|09||マージナル (Marginal)||Marginal||OSTER project||Miku|
|10||The secret garden||The secret garden||Kosaki Satoru||Miku|
|11||Just Be Friends||Just Be Friends||Dixie Flatline||Luka|
|12||ストロボナイツ (Strobe Nights)||Strobe Nights||kz||Miku|
|14||from Y to Y||from Y to Y||JimmyThumb-P||Miku|
|15||ラブリスト更新中？ (LOVE LIST Koushinchuu?)||Updating My Love List?||Namiki Koichi||Miku|
|17||いのちの歌 (Inochi no Uta)||Song of Life||Toraboruta-P||Miku|
|18||Change me||Change me||shu-tP||MEIKO|
|19||ぽっぴっぽー (PoPiPo)||PoPiPo (Vegetable Juice)||Lamaze-P||Miku|
|21||初めての恋が終わる時 (Hajimete no Koi ga Owaru Toki)||When the First Love Ends||ryo||Miku|
|22||荒野と森と魔法の歌 (Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta)||Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic||Toraboruta-P||Miku|
|23||Dear cocoa girls||Dear cocoa girls||Kosaki Satoru||Miku|
|23||巨大少女 (Kyodai Shoujo)||Gigantic Girl||40meterP||Miku|
|24||Dear||Dear||19's Sound Factory||Miku|
|25||ジェミニ (Gemini)||Gemini||Dixie Flatline||Rin, Len|
|26||VOiCE -DIVA MIX-||VOiCE -DIVA MIX-||Lovely-P||Miku|
|27||ワールドイズマイン (World is Mine)||The World is Mine||ryo||Miku|
|28||ミラクルペイント (Miracle Paint)||Miracle Paint||OSTER project||Miku|
|30||天鵞絨アラベスク (Biroudo Arabesque)||Velvet Arabesque||Namiki Koichi||Miku|
|32||炉心融解 (Roshin Yuukai)||Meltdown (Nuclear Fusion)||iroha(sasaki)||Rin|
|33||ほんとは分かってる (Honto wa Wakatteru)||I Understand the Truth||Funakoshi-P||Miku|
|35||恋色病棟 (Koi Iro Byoutou)||Love-Colored Ward||OSTER project||Miku|
|36||ファインダー (finder) (DSLR remix‐re:edit)||finder (DSLR remix‐re:edit)||kz||Miku|
|38||みくみく菌にご注意♪ (Miku Miku-kin ni Gochuui♪)||Beware of the Miku Miku Bacteria♪||Hayaya-P||Miku|
|39||ハジメテノオト (Hajimete no Oto)||The First Melody||malo||Miku|
|41||サイハテ (Saihate)||The Farthest Ends||Kobayashi Onyx||Miku|
|42||こっち向いて Baby (Kocchi Muite Baby)||Look this Way, Baby||ryo||Miku|
|43||カラフル×メロディ (Colorful × Melody)||Colorful × Melody||Team MOER||Miku, Rin|
|44||ダブルラリアット (Double Lariat)||Double Lariat||Agoaniki-P||Luka|
|45||みくみくにしてあげる♪ (Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪)||I'll Miku-Miku You♪ (For Reals)||ika||Miku|
|46||初音ミクの激唱 (Hatsune Miku no Gekishou)||The Intense Voice of Hatsune Miku||cosMo||Miku|
|01||えれくとりっく・えんじぇぅ (Electric Angel)||Electric Angel||Yasuo-P||Miku|
|02||タイムリミット (Time Limit)||Time Limit||Tatami-P||Miku|
|03||あなたの歌姫 (Anata no Utahime)||Your Diva||azuma||Miku|
|04||星屑ユートピア (Hoshikuzu Utopia)||Stardust Utopia||Otetsu||Luka|
|05||金の聖夜霜雪に朽ちて (Kogane no Seiya Sousetsu ni Kuchite)||Golden Holy Night Rotting into the Frost and Snow (Requiem for the Phantasma) [25,Dec]||Deadball-P||Miku|
|06||右肩の蝶 (Migikata no Chou) -39's Giving Day Edition-||Butterfly on Your Right Shoulder -39's Giving Day Edition-||Nori-P||Len, (Rin)|
|07||GO MY WAY!!||GO MY WAY!!||Otomania||Miku|
|09||初音ミクの消失 -DEAD END- (Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -DEAD END-)||The Disappearance of Hatsune Miku||cosMo||Miku|
- These Bonus songs are only played as an audio background in Miku's Room and are not playable in Free Play mode. They can also be used exclusively in Edit Mode
|01||Endless Nightmare||Endless Nightmare||EM||Luka|
|06||Hallo World||Hallo World||DuronII||Rin|
|07||I'm Crazy For You||I'm Crazy For You||SABA.U1||Miku|
|08||猫なキミ (Neko na Kimi)||A Cat Kimi||774P||Miku|
|09||時にはsoftに、時にはdarkに (Toki ni wa soft ni, Toki ni wa dark ni)||Soft at Times, Dark at Times||NAV||Miku|
Only 25 out of 47 total songs are in the collection album.
| ||Title||初音ミク ‐Project DIVA‐ 2nd NONSTOP MIX COLLECTION|
|Release Date||July 28, 2010|
- The module Natural for the song "巨大少女 (Kyoudai Shoujo)" was designed by the artist KEI, and it was previously seen on one of his original character's (named Nanako ) several years ago. Miku's likeness to the character is complete with the red eye color and glasses; the only difference being that Nanako is a smoker.
- The opening cinematic has an alternate version where Miku, Rin, Len and Luka are voiced by their voice providers in their original human voice along with -Project DIVA- extend and it can be unlocked in that said game when all songs (excluding DLC) are cleared on NORMAL.
- The DLC songs "GO MY WAY!!" and "relations" are originally from THE iDOLM@STER, and the modules Haruka Style, Ami・Mami Style and Chihaya Style are based on their respective characters' namesake.
- Asami Shimoda, who provided the voice for Kagamine Rin/Len, is also the voice actress of Ami and Mami Futami in THE iDOLM@STER.
- Kasane Teto, alongside THE iDOLM@STER songs and modules are the only items that cannot be used in Dreamy Theater 2nd. This also applies to -Project DIVA- extend and its respective Dreamy Theater add-on.
- ↑ (初音ミク プロジェクト ディーヴァ 2nd)
- ↑ Game Trailers: Japanese debut - Hatsune Miku
- ↑ PIAPRO: SegaxPIAPRO Collaboration page
- ↑ http://kei-garou.net/blog/archives/2006/12/71.html KEI's Nanako
- Official Site: SEGA Japan, -Project DIVA- 2nd
- Nico Video: Hatsune Miku: Project Diva
- Youtube Channel: SEGA Japan
- Youtube: Short Trailer