Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X screenshots introduce Free Play Mode, Live Edit Mode, new songs

Your fifth official shot of Project Diva X information.

Sega has released a new set of details and screenshots of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X, introducing Free Play Mode and Live Edit Mode, and the newest songs introduced in the latest Weekly Famitsu.

Get the details below.

■ Free Play Mode

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In Free Play Mode, the rules of the rhythm game are almost the same as previous Project Diva series games. There is song energy and clear ranks, there are no elements and quests connected to songs, no “skill” settings for modules, and you can freely combine stages and modules.

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You can use all the songs, stages, modules, and accessories you obtain in Live Quest Mode in Free Play Mode. Try mixing up modules and stages for a radically different atmosphere.

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New modules won’t drop during Free Play Mode, but you can freely set modules to change as you play.

■ Live Edit Mode

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Live Edit Mode is a new mode where, by combining songs and stages, you can produce you dream concert.

It’s simple to create your own concert using this new mode, which is the old Live Studio Mode with editing elements added.

Camera

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You can set different camera angles for the rhythm game. You’ll be able to choose from preset angles, so complicated inputs are unnecessary.

One Shot Production

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You can make one-shot productions like “flying feathers” or “flower petals blowing in the wind.” Different one-shot productions are being prepared for each stage.

Stage Production

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These are large-scale production settings that let you change the entire feel of the stage.

You can also freely adjust the lights for each stage.

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■ Songs

Tsumi no Namae” by ryo (supercell)

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  • Attribute: Neutral
  • Module: Countress” (Yuu)

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“Hajimete no Oto” by Malo

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  • Attribute: Neutral

Akahitoha” by KuroUsa P

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  • Attribute: Beauty
  • Module: “Izayoi” (Ichiyou Moka)

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“Ai Dee” by Michie M

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  • Attribute: Beauty
  • Module: Anode Electronica” (Fuzi Choco)

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  • Module: “Cathode Electronica” (Fuzi Choco)

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“Cool Medley: Cyber Rock Jam” by Divela

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Includes songs “Unhappy Refrain” by Wowaka, “Mairisudame!” by Live P, “Tengaku” by Yuuya, “Palette” by Yuyo Yuppe, and “Kono Fuzaketa Subarashiki Sekai wa, Boku no Tame ni Aru” by n.k.

  • Attribute: Cool
  • Module: “Rockin’ Stone”

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  • “Burning Stone” (Nidy 2D)

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  • “Lightning Stone” (Nidy 2D)

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  • “Dominant Stone” (Nidy 2D)

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  • “Wise Stone” (Nidy 2D)

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  • “Majestic Stone” (Nidy 2D)

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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X will launch for PS Vita on March 24 in Japan and for PlayStation 4 in fall 2016.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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