Miku is back again to extend her show with more songs, more costumes and better gameplay. This is oddly used for Sakura Rain's preview image, most likely as a placeholder for it. For this, it requires Extreme to be set because for some reason it loads a. This also becomes a feature later in Dreamy Theater 2nd. This Encore dsc was removed later on, so the charts were probably never made.
Only outside of the selected song. This song was removed from Arcade, so these dscs don't exist later on. But even if the file is there, it doesn't play at all. . At this time, dsc files never used a function to play and display movies. A similar graphic with the text was used in the Arcade game for printing a certificate.
Her friends such as Rin, Len, Luka, Meiko and Kaito, too get new outfits. There are a total of 40 songs available in Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Extend. All of Miku's was removed except said motion. This includes Arcade's loading screen sounds, coin insert sound, etc. It is also unknown how these strings work, as they have been tested in several ways. The other Arcade dscs however all have no data, except for 3. This also exists in Dreamy Theater 2nd, but completely removed from Dreamy Theater Extend.
This still exists in Dreamy Theater 2nd and Dreamy Theater Extend. Arcade Leftovers In the 2d directory, there's several graphic files leftover from Arcade before the game was released, but they're all empty. However this seems kind of odd being in the files at all, since it's unused and takes up a lot of data due to the credits being 10 minutes long. You can or to play the clip in your browser. You can or to play the clip in your browser. This game has unused sounds. Ranking was also an addition in the Arcade game to view rankings online, so it may have been planned at some point.
Along with this, there's module values for each song in the save file for when the player chooses a different module for each song. It was planned at some point, but it was removed due to copyright issues. They also have no tag. When the song is loaded however, it plays the selected ogg changed in the save data instead. The rest of the characters only have the walking animations, however only Haku and Neru also have their pose motion for their static images.
However, the rest of the characters still have all their camera? Long presses and simultaneous pressings from the previous game show up again, and with Extreme, the arrangement of button sequences will pose a challenge to even the most flexible thumbs. Download all parts and extract them. In this game the title screen just plays a sound when the logo appears. This is however used in Dreamy Theater 2nd for said extra songs. They did use the game engine to render the static images for the menu, so it's most likely a leftover for that.
The game also add a fourth difficulty, Extreme, to songs that is more difficult than the hard difficulty in the first game. This game has unused graphics. Normally, the edit can't be played because it doesn't read the mp3 file in that directory while the song is being played. The csb files are still present in Dreamy Theater 2nd and Dreamy Theater Extend, but they were all dummied out. That later would be a function in Diva F. This would later become a feature in Dreamy Theater 2nd.