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[[File:Project_diva_02.jpg|thumb|263px|Project Diva 2nd, illustration by [[Kei]]]]
 
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'''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd (初音ミク -Project DIVA- 2nd)''' <ref>(初音ミク プロジェクト ディーヴァ 2nd)</ref> is the sequel to the [[Hatsune_Miku:_Project_DIVA|Project Diva]] and was released in July 2009. It is a rhythm game for the PlayStation Portable published by Sega, featuring the virtual idol [[Miku Hatsune]]. This sequel also gives more attention to [[Crypton]]'s other Vocaloids ([[MEIKO]], [[KAITO]], [[Rin/Len Kagamine|Rin and Len Kagamine]], and [[Luka Megurine]]), each is giving their own alternate costumes, and even featuring a few of their most popular songs. And returning to round out the group are the popular [[Fanmade Vocaloids]]: [[Meiko Sakine]], [[Neru Akita]] and [[Haku Yowane]]. Although the game features [[Miku Hachune]], she is not, necessarily, a playable extra, but is able to be controlled at the games end. Another [[Fanmade_Vocaloid_Mascots|Vocaloid Mascot]], [[Tako Luka]], makes an appearance as well.
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'''Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd (初音ミク -Project DIVA- 2nd)''' <ref>(初音ミク プロジェクト ディーヴァ 2nd)</ref> is the sequel to the [[Hatsune_Miku:_Project_DIVA|Project Diva]]. It is a rhythm game for the PlayStation Portable published by Sega and released in Japan on July 29, 2010,<ref>[http://www.gametrailers.com/video/japanese-debut-hatsune-miku/64380 Game Trailers: Japanese debut - Hatsune Miku]</ref> featuring the virtual idol [[Miku Hatsune]]. This sequel also gives more attention to [[Crypton]]'s other Vocaloids ([[MEIKO]], [[KAITO]], [[Rin/Len Kagamine|Rin and Len Kagamine]], and [[Luka Megurine]]), each is giving their own alternate costumes, and even featuring a few of their most popular songs. And returning to round out the group are the popular [[Fanmade Vocaloids]]: [[Meiko Sakine]], [[Neru Akita]] and [[Haku Yowane]]. Although the game features [[Miku Hachune]], she is not, necessarily, a playable extra, but is able to be controlled at the games end. Another [[Fanmade_Vocaloid_Mascots|Vocaloid Mascot]], [[Tako Luka]], makes an appearance as well.
   
During October 2009 a contests was held that focused on fans creating new attire for the Vocaloids to preform in <ref>[http://piapro.jp/static/?view=sega01 PIAPRO: SegaxPIAPRO Collaboration page]</ref>, a total of twenty-four winners were chosen, with additional attire created by known [[:Category:Producer|producers and illustrators]]. The game was released in Japan on July 29, 2010.<ref>[http://www.gametrailers.com/video/japanese-debut-hatsune-miku/64380 Game Trailers: Japanese debut - Hatsune Miku]</ref>
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During October 2009 a contests was held that focused on fans creating new attire for the Vocaloids to preform in <ref>[http://piapro.jp/static/?view=sega01 PIAPRO: SegaxPIAPRO Collaboration page]</ref>, a total of twenty-four winners were chosen, with additional attire created by known [[:Category:Producer|producers and illustrators]].
   
 
==Gameplay & Features==
 
==Gameplay & Features==

Revision as of 16:51, May 31, 2012

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Project Diva 2nd, illustration by Kei

Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd (初音ミク -Project DIVA- 2nd) [1] is the sequel to the Project Diva. It is a rhythm game for the PlayStation Portable published by Sega and released in Japan on July 29, 2010,[2] featuring the virtual idol Miku Hatsune. This sequel also gives more attention to Crypton's other Vocaloids (MEIKO, KAITO, Rin and Len Kagamine, and Luka Megurine), each is giving their own alternate costumes, and even featuring a few of their most popular songs. And returning to round out the group are the popular Fanmade Vocaloids: Meiko Sakine, Neru Akita and Haku Yowane. Although the game features Miku Hachune, she is not, necessarily, a playable extra, but is able to be controlled at the games end. Another Vocaloid Mascot, Tako Luka, makes an appearance as well.

During October 2009 a contests was held that focused on fans creating new attire for the Vocaloids to preform in [3], a total of twenty-four winners were chosen, with additional attire created by known producers and illustrators.

Gameplay & Features

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. And like the previous game, the settings are "EASY" "NORMAL" "HARD", with the newest addition being "EXTREME".

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 and 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.


Playlist

Japanese Romaji English
00. Ievan Polkka Ievan Polkka Ievan Polkka (Eva's Polka)
01. ロミオとシンデレラ Romio to Shinderera Romeo and Cinderella
02. magnet magnet magnet
03. 愛言葉 Ai Kotoba Love Words
04. サウンド Saundo Sound
05. ココロ Kokoro Heart
06. packaged packaged packaged
07. 右肩の蝶 Migikata no Chou Butterfly on the Right Shoulder
08. マージナル Maajinaru Marginal
09. The secret garden The secret garden The secret garden
10. Just Be Friends Just Be Friends Just Be Friends
11. ストロボナイツ Sutorobonaitsu Strobe Nights
12. クローバー♣クラブ Kuroba♣Kurabu Clover♣Club
13. from Y to Y from Y to Y from Y to Y
14. ラブリスト更新中? Rabu Risuto Koushinchuu? Updating Your Love List?
15. Yellow Yellow Yellow
16. いのちの歌 Inochi no Uta Song of Life
17. Change me Change me Change me
18. ぽっぴっぽー PoPiPo Vegetable Juice/PoPiPo
19. カンタレラ Kantarera Cantarella
20. 初めての恋が終わる時 Hajimete no Koi ga Owaru Toki When the First Love Ends
21. 荒野と森と魔法の歌 Kouya to Mori to Mahou no Uta Song of Wastelands, Forests, and Magic
22. Dear cocoa girls Dear cocoa girls Dear cocoa girls
23. 巨大少女 Kyodai Shoujo Gigantic Girl
24. Dear Dear Dear
25. ジェミニ Jiemini Gemini
26. VOiCE -DIVA MIX- VOiCE -DIVA MIX- VOiCE -DIVA MIX-
27. ワールドイズマイン Warudo Izu Main World is Mine
28. ミラクルペイント Mirakuru Peinto Miracle Paint
29. moon moon moon
30. 天鵞絨アラベスク Birodo Arabesuku Velvet Arabesque
31. Innocence Innocence Innocence
32. 炉心融解 Roshin Yuukai Meltdown
33. ほんとは分かってる Honto wa Wakatteru I Understand the Truth
34. メルト Meruto Melt
35. 恋色病棟 Koiiro Byouto Love-colored Ward
36. ファインダー(DSLR remix‐re:edit) Faindaa (DSLR remix‐re:edit) Finder (DSLR remix‐re:edit)
37. Promise Promise Promise
38. みくみく菌にご注意♪ Mikumiku-kin ni Gochuui♪ Beware of Miku Miku Bacteria♪
39. ハジメテノオト Hajimete no Oto First tone
40. ハト Hato Pigeon
41. サイハテ Saihate The Farthest Ends (Farewell Song)
42. こっち向いて Baby Kocchi Muite Baby Look this Way, Baby
43. カラフルxメロディ Karafuru x Merodi Colorful x Melody
44. ダブルラリアット Daburu Rariatto Double Lariat
45. みくみくにしてあげる♪【してやんよ】 Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru♪ (Shite Yanyo) I'll Make You Miku-Miku-ed♪ (You'll Do It)
46. 初音ミクの激唱 Hatsune Miku no geki shou The Singing Passion of Hatsune Miku


Trivia

  • The outfit Miku is wearing for the song "Kocchi muite Baby" was designed by the artist KEI, and it was previously seen on one of his original character's (named Nanako [4]) 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.

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