Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Review (PSP)

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  1. bnwchbammer
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    Taken from my review off of Gamespot. Don't think I should add anything. Sooooooo, yeah, there it is!
     
  2. ojsinnerz.

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    Weird, because I played it on my PSP1000, without a lag.
     
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    there was minor lag on my 1000 and my 2000. only on populated songs as well, didn't render it unplayable.
     
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    Ehh, well that's kinda why I adjusted the score to 8.5 without lag.
     
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    Gah, I really would want this on my ds or PC but being underdog really brings me down...
    Great review, though the lag is kinda weird - shouldn't the hardware be pretty much same, and games work in same speed..?

    Anyway nice work on review, though, in game I still prefer the gameplay - if it fits the music and goes with the rhythm and attracts water I like it, but as bad stepcharts for stepmania and not-so-great mapping in some ouendan 1 songs tell there is space to speculate.

    Well, miku is it anyway... Gah how much I would want some DS game with her (OTHER than that some obscure work stress game only in zapan)
     
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    we should kidnap sega's president and make them get one for the ds >:O
     
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    Aside from making appearances in a few anime series, and being a popular icon among otakus, she is a vocaloid. She was developed by Yamaha as a singing synthesizer, along with many other vocaloids. The game is quite playable in it's raw form even if Japanese is completely foreign to you. The menu is pretty simple and after playing around with it for a while you will be able to navigate very easy. That being said, great review and great game!