Japanese Hatsune Miku fans (of which there are a few) are no doubt picking up Project Diva F 2nd later this week, but they're not the only ones who'll see the virtual popstar make a return to gaming systems this year. Sega announced today it's bringing the rhythm game sequel West this fall, and this time it's releasing packaged versions on both platforms.
The synthesized idol's sequel follows the formula of the first game, with players ensuring Hatsune Miku doesn't short circuit any of her notes by tapping buttons in time to match those zipping across the screen. Project Diva F 2nd features 40 songs in total (or at least we presume the base game does) including some only previously found in Japanese releases.
We can expect more specific details, perhaps including release dates, as we get closer to this year's E3 conference at the beginning of June.