‘Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone' For PlayStation 4 Is Out; Gets Great Reviews

“Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone” has finally reached North America and Europe and the popular rhythm video game has garnered positive reviews so far. The said video game was just released for an English version while it has already debuted seven years ago.

Sega has finally shipped “Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone” to North America and Europe on Jan. 10. The video game was released originally as an arcade game and has been remastered to port to the PlayStation 4. The latest video game looks as amazing as it is in the arcade, making sure that players get the same gaming experience in the most convenient ways.

To those who does not know who the star of the video game is, her name is Hatsune Miku, of course. She is a famous vocalist persona that has already released thousands of unique songs. Crypton Future Media designed Hatsune Miku as a teenager voiced by a singing synthesizer utilizing the technologies of Vocaloid 2 and Vocaloid 3. There are other Vocaloid characters like her but Hatsune Miku is the first one and remains to be the most popular one.

Thanks to her undying fame, several video games were created based on her character and of course incorporating her countless songs. “Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone” is one of those games, which is a direct port to the PlayStation 4 from the arcade game sequel titled “Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade Future Tone”. The PlayStation 4 version boasts of a graphic resolution of 1080p coupled with 60 frames per second refresh rate as well as additional features suited for the said console.

Fans of the franchise looked forward to the upgraded version since it will feature new songs and more, and they are not disappointed at all. Garbed with colorful layouts, “Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone” does not require players to unlock songs but instead let them dance and listen to songs no matter how much they want to. Over 200 songs are available in the video game and they all fall under three to five levels of difficulty. Despite having to use the PlayStation joystick compared to the huge button pad in the arcade, the video game was able to deliver the gameplay flawlessly. This rhythm game has brought to PlayStation 4 the overwhelming and challenging fun that people can get just playing it on the arcade.

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