You will soon have virtual divas popping off your TV! Famitsu Magazine has confirmed that the Hatsune Miku Dreamy Theater 2nd supports stereoscopic 3D. For those new to the Miku universe – Dreamy Theater 2nd is a PS3 application that connects to the PSP to allow Project Diva 2nd to be played in HD and on the bigger screen.
If you were lucky to afford the massive Hori controller – you just scored yourself a “better than arcade” experience. For the 3D effect, SEGA is promising that you’ll be able to adjust level of depth on a song-by-song basis.
Sega announced it will be releasing Christmas module add-ons for the 「Hatsune Miku – Project DIVA 2nd」 PSP rhythm game. Miku, Rin, Len, Luka, KAITO, and MEIKO will all have one made available for them — priced at 300 JPY each; or 1200 JPY for the whole set. It is scheduled to be out on November 30th at the Japanese Playstation Store.
In addition, Sega will also release the new Christmas modules for 「Project DIVA Arcade」 — available November 30th.
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SEGA released a downloadable software for the PlayStation 3 which enables the payers to play the PSP game through a PS3 console. It can be downloaded via Play Station Store and was released on July 24, 2010. The software is called "Dreamy Theater". In Dreamy Theater mode, gameplay is not changed nor modified but the graphics displayed by the PS3 console on the television are greatly enhanced into HDTV; the graphics are on par with a PS3 game. For the connectivity to work, the player must have a PSP (with the game in it) connected via USB to a PS3 with the software installed. However, support...