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can you play this on PC if so how can you download it

Discussion in 'Edit Help / WIP' started by CrYsTaL~nEkO, Apr 21, 2018.

  1. CrYsTaL~nEkO

    CrYsTaL~nEkO Welcome to DIVA!

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    im a huge vocaloid fan and i never knew what to look up to download project diva and i just now looked up project diva and found this website and i dont see anywhere to downlaod
     
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    You have to buy them, piracy is not allowed in here.
    Also there is no releases for PC.

    A legal alternative to run some of the games on PC would be if you own the physical game in Blu-ray format, you are able to dump it in your own computer and have enough resources to run it under RPSC3.
     
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    If you own PS3/PS4/PSVita, just go and buy the game from PS Store. The old f/f2 for PS3/PSVita are not that expensive (about $20-30 when I last checked). The newer Future Tone/X are more expensive but with more up-to-date contents and/or better graphics.

    If you only have a PC and don't want to get a console, there are still simulators for Project Diva series on PC (namely the old Chinese Project Diva PC, which simulates the original PSP Project Diva, and PPD (https://projectdxxx.me) which simulates the arcade version/Future Tone)

    I would not recommend running the PSP/3/4/Vita games on emulators, because firstly you need to have a real console to legally obtain the ROM (not really true for PS3 but AFAIK you still need a specific BD drive to dump the discs), and secondly emulators cause delays (more or less) and that could be awful on rhythm games.
     

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