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Cult Japanese rhythm game Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F getting digital release in Europe

"Miku and Sega fans, this is your moment."

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Japanese rhythm game Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F will get a digital release in Europe, publisher Sega has announced, and a physical launch in North America.

The various versions are due on PlayStation 3 in August. A demo is due to arrive next week.

What is Miku, you may ask? Well, she's a popular Japanese electronic synthesiser personified as a 16-year-old anime girl.

She has something of a fan following in Japan and a growing community of followers in the West. It's because of fan reaction to the possibility of the game's release that the title will be localised.

"Your voices helped make this happen," Sega brand manager Aaron Webber explained on the company's blog. "Miku and Sega fans, this is your moment. We're thrilled to bring this title out for you, and we're counting on your support. Tell Your World!"

Project Diva F includes 38 songs, including Tell Your World and Black★Rock Shooter. There's a Miku video creator and, naturally, more than 90 costumes.

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