ESRB lists Hatsune Miku Project Diva F for PS Vita

Sega localizing handheld version, as well?

In North America and Europe, Sega is releasing Hatsune Miku Project Diva F for PlayStation 3. A PS Vita version was released in Japan, but Sega has not announced it for localization. An ESRB listing, however, says it’s coming to both systems.

We’ll mail Sega for confirmation. For now, enjoy the game’s ESRB description:

This is a rhythm game in which players tap buttons in time with music videos starring a variety of animated characters. Players score points by accurately matching timed cues as they appear on screen. Some scenes depict female characters wearing short skirts, revealing tops, and dancing provocatively; one character is shown wearing an outfit in which her chest is covered solely by two belts. One video contains a brief shot of a silhouetted girl being impaled by a large sewing needle. Some song lyrics, which are in Japanese, contain brief references to suggestive material (e.g., “[H]er flat chest isn’t going to do much justice to my costume;” “I’m showing too much cleavage? You know you like it”).

Hatsune Miku Project Diva F is due out for PlayStation 3 next month.

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