Hatsune Miku Project Diva X Trophy Guide

Hatsune Miku Project Diva X Trophy Guide

Hatsune Miku Project Diva X Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** Β A music rhythm game featuring the vocaloid characters Hatsune Miku and her friends. The Platinum is both time-consuming and quite challenging, requiring all songs to be cleared on Extreme mode.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X *** 31 SEGA / Crypton Future Media Japan 10 15 5 0 0

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X is a music rhythm game featuring the vocaloid characters Hatsune Miku and her friends, and is the tenth entry in the Project Diva series. The game removes the Link Stars and Double Star notes which were introduced in Project Diva f 2nd, but adds Rush Notes where players rapidly press a certain button to increase their score. Diva Points have also been removed, and instead modules are collected through Module Drops. The game also adds a Live Quest Mode which involves completing quests in a more story-like scenario told through interactions with the characters and visual novel style dialogues. The base game includes 30 playable songs.

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva X received mainly positive reviews with an average score of 79%, praised for its added Live Quest story mode, presentation, and visuals, though criticized by some for a lack in song selection, and the removal of Diva Points which forces players to replay specific songs to acquire modules.

If you've played previous games in the Project Diva series and unlocked those Platinums, then you should have a general idea of what is involved for Project Diva X. However, this game is arguably more difficult than previous titles, as you will need to clear all the songs on Extreme difficulty, as well as one song on Difficulty with three challenge effects. For this, you will need to be skilled at using both the regular buttons as well as the D-pad simultaneously to hit enough notes. Overall, the Platinum is both time-consuming and demands some serious music rhythm gaming skills, but still doable with enough patience and practice.

Expect anywhere between 120-150 hours for the Platinum, heavily depending on skills.

NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 share the same list with those on the PS Vita.

We recommend starting with the Tutorial, whether you're experienced with the Project Diva games or not. It only takes a few minutes, and will not only teach you the basic mechanics of the game, but introduce the new Rush Notes. This will also unlock the Welcome To DIVA! trophy. The Tutorial can be found under the Options menu.

Also, if you're playing this on the PlayStation 4, you may also want to head into Simple Timing Calibration under Options to ensure there's no lag between your controller and the TV.

Next, start by playing through Quest Mode on whichever level you feel comfortable with. Play through and clear each song, while also doing the Festival requests, and the random event requests that pop up. During this playthrough, you will be accumulating volts and so should naturally unlock the 1 Million Volts trophy, and depending on your level of difficulty, the 10 Million Volts trophy. After you complete the Quest Mode, be sure to watch the end credits to unlock the Hey, You Win! trophy. If you happen to skip the credits, you can see them again by selecting Credits under the Options menu.

Next, it's time to start grinding. Begin by continuing to earn voltage in order to get more crystals for each cloud. There are five clouds each with six songs, bringing the total to 30 songs. As you go, you will unlock Events, Missions, and Festivals. Your ultimate goal here is to unlock the Crystal's Glow trophy. Also, if you feel ready to do this on Hard mode, you can unlock the Grand Gallery trophy for obtaining all the illustrations, which can only be done on Hard.

After all this, you should now have the full song list in Free Play. You will need to clear all the songs on Normal for the Intermediate Player trophy, all of them on Hard for the Advanced Player, and a song using three challenge items for the Challenger trophy. Also, be sure to watch all the song PV's for the Cinema Snob trophy. You will also eventually need to clear all the songs Extreme difficulty, and one song on Extreme difficulty with three challenge items, as part of the Event Organizer trophy. Though it's up to you if you wish to do this now or a little later.

From this point on, it's a matter of mopping-up what is left. This will probably include becoming BFFs with each of the characters for their respective trophies, unlocking all the modules, and eventually the Event Organizer trophy. Be sure to check out the Hatsune Miku Project Diva X trophy guide links under our Links tab to help you.

Good luck!

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