Hatsune Miku Project Diva f Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A music rhythm game featuring the Vocaloid CG idol Hatsune Miku. The Platinum requires both skills as well as time and some grinding.
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Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f is a rhythm game, first released for the Vita in Japan in August 2012, then ported onto the PS3 seven months later. It was released in North America in August 2013, and a few days later in Europe.
The game features Vocaloid CG Idol Miku Hatsune, along with her friends, who star in a series of unique songs and digitally created music videos. Symbols fly across the screen, in which the player must hit the corresponding button when the symbol passes over their mark, according to the beat of the music. The game includes various modes of difficulty, the Vocaloid's "room" where one can interact with the characters, and an Edit mode where players can create their own rhythm challenges and upload them to an online community.
The game received high praise, particularly in Japan, with an average score of 92% for its variety in activities, fun challenge, high replay value, and overall great presentation.
The difficulty really depends on your skills. If you're good at these kinds of rhythm games, the difficulty rating could be brought down to a 2-star, though you will need to do lots of grinding to earn Diva Points, which are used to purchase all the necessary furniture, costumes and accessories for the Vocaloid rooms and characters.
Overall, expect to spend anywhere between 30 to 60 hours, depending on your skills.
We recommend beginning with the tutorial, in which you'll learn the ropes of the game, as well as earn your first trophy.
From there, start on Normal mode and work your way through all 32 songs. Also, take not of the Entertainer trophy, in which you need to unlock each song's Chance Time. This is when, towards the end of the song - and if your score is high enough - a large, colorful star will appear. Hit it at the appropriate time, and the music video will change. The game doesn't keep track of which songs you succeeded in the Chance Time, so you will need to do this on your own.
Once you've completed Normal mode, repeat the same thing on Hard. Once that's done, you will need to clear at least one song on Expert for another trophy.
From here on out, you'll have some grinding to do, in order to earn loads of Diva Points. If your skills are good enough, we recommend playing on Hard for even Expert to acquire the most number of points. These are used to purchase all the furniture and accessories for the Vocaloid's rooms, as well as all the Modules (excluding the individual pieces of costumes).
In addition, there are a few miscellaneous trophies to gather, such as using the Edit room feature. Check out the Hatsune Miku Project Diva f trophy guide links under our Links tab for further details.
Here's a great Trophy Guide, by MsFuruba. It's for the Vita version, but other than the AV trophy, they're the same as those on the PS3:
Another great Trophy Guide, this one by andyscout:
IGN has a simple Trophy Guide:
And PSN Profiles has a few Useful Tips:
This Wiki guide is all you need to know about the Diva Room, including boosting the Vocaloid's affection, and the Event Collection:
This is the first part of a Let's Play video by Intech36, in case you get stuck:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: