March 16th, 2009, 21:03 Posted By: wraggster
Remember the little slip-up Sega made at last year's E3 regarding a version of Valkyria Chronicles for the PSP? The company quickly admitted the error, and we've got nothing else to report today on a PSP version of the critically acclaimed PS3 title. We do, however, have some news on a neat little tie-up between Valkyria and an upcoming Japan-only PSP game from Sega.
At a gaming event held over the weekend in Tokyo, Sega shared final release details on Hatsune Miku Project Diva, a rhythm game that features virtual idol Hatsune Miku and various other "vocaloids" from Crypton Future Media's Vocal Series of music synthesis programs. The Japan-only title will be released on July 2, Sega revealed, and will be priced at 6,090 yen.
In addition to the typical timing-based gameplay one expects of a rhythm game, Project Diva allows players to play dress-up with the virtualoids, unlocking 39 costumes. This is where the Valkyria Chronicles tie-up comes into play. The game will include a costume for Valkyria main character Alicia.
But that's not all! Sega is tapping into its library for a similar tie-up with Space Channel 5 that will give players access to an Ulala space reporter costume as well. Sega hasn't released any official media for this costume yet, so we'll direct you to this article at Dengeki Online.
Joining this collaboration news, we've updated our media gallery with the latest screens of Project Diva.
Importers should be sure and pre-order in order to secure a limited Nendroid Puchi Hatsune Miku Project Diva figure.
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