“Rosary Pale” was not only a great song, but has great playability. On extreme, “Rosary Pale” poses a challenge that I enjoy so much with Project Divagames. I always get tripped up in the technical zones (gah!) but after a couple play throughs I was able to get through them (and get my points!). The video itself is beautiful, and has that emotional passion that I often enjoy about KAITO songs. What I didn’t like, however, is how the Melody Icons moved so slow in the opening. Maybe it’s time to use my points on the Overclocker challenge item?
New DLC for Project Diva: F 2nd is here! This week’s songs are “Promise” by samfree sung by Hatsune Miku and Kagamine Rin, and “Rosary Pale” by Shinjou P sung by KAITO. I was very excited for the songs this week. I haven’t played them before! Most of the DLC songs seem to be remade from Hatsune Miku: Project Diva and, to be honest, I played the pants off of that on the PSP. Since both songs this week are from the arcade (which I haven’t played before) the songs feel new to me.
“Promise” is another fun song to play. The final technical zone, in my opinion, was the most fun. I’m a sucker for having to think fast with double targets, and target diversity in the game (rather than mashing circle a million times as fast as I can). Of course, Rin and Miku duos are also something I can’t complain about. However, I didn’t like the music video. I’m not as interested in the dancing-on-a-platform type videos. On another note, did anyone else feel the video design felt somewhat similar to “Sekiranan Graffiti”?
Of course, my DLC purchase for Project Diva: F 2nd is well worth it! I love how Project Diva: F 2nd keeps me coming back to it even after I’ve beaten the game. The only thing I hoped for this week was that there would be two KAITO songs, instead of one. Did anyone else feel the same way?