Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X Alternatives for PS Vita

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is a Music video game with Rhythm elements and supports Single-player mode only, developed and published by Sega for PlayStation platform. The game is the 10th marvellous title in the series of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva video games and it takes a new approach to play style, revolving around the theme of Live and Produce… read more
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1. Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight

Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight is a Rhythm and Single-player Music video game developed by P-Studio and published by Atlus for the PlayStation platform. The game serves as the part of the Persona video game series and also acts as the part of the massive Megami Tensei franchise. It introduces the central cast of RPG video game Persona 5, and the main gameplay focuses on characters, taking part in the rhythm-based gameplay. The premise of the game is RPG gameplay elements, introducing the gameplay which follows the similar pattern to Persona 4: Dancing All Night. In the start, the player needs to choose a character from available, polish his skills, and then start completing a set of tasks while playing music to advance through the game. The game features six-button controls to hit the notes in time to play the musical track. However, during the section of the song, known as Fever, a selected partner joins the player for the routine, with unique choreography for each character reflecting the relationship of the characters.

More About Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is a Music video game with Rhythm elements and supports Single-player mode only, developed and published by Sega for PlayStation platform. The game is the 10th marvellous title in the series of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva video games and it takes a new approach to play style, revolving around the theme of Live and Produce. Offering the similar gameplay to previous installments, eliminating the link stars and double star notes. It comes with rush notes, for which the player can rapidly hit the corresponding buttons to increase the score. The game features a new mode Live Quest and takes the center focus over the Free-to-play mode. The new mode of the game involves the player accomplishing the challenging quests by playing defined songs. During the missions, visual novel style dialogues and interaction may play out between the player and Vocaloids. The mode of the game contains two different types of quests such as Event Quests and Area Quests. In Free to play mode, the player can modify the modules, module dropped and stage. Skills and elements are unavailable in this mode.