Who says begging a developer to localize a niche game doesn't ever work? Sega today announced that Project Diva F is headed to the PlayStation 3 in physical and digital versions and, according to Sega of America Associate Brand Manager Aaron Webber, it's a direct result of series fans asking time and time again to get the game in the States.

Word came down through the PlayStation Blog this afternoon, likely delighting Project Diva fans across the country to find out that one of the most-requested Sega rhythm games will finally be making an appearance in the U.S. of A.

Set to release through PSN and on disk, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F features 38 tracks for wannabe music idols to master, as well as the ability to create and share their own music videos in Edit Mode. Miku will also have 90 costumes and accessories to choose from, which will look extra nice thanks to some enhanced graphics.

“To gauge interest for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F in the west, Sega asked fans to like and share an image of Miku to pledge their support, and the response was astounding,” Webber said. “In less than three days, the post received over 25,000 likes and 15,000 shares. In short, it was your voices, as fans, that helped make this happen.”

Even though the game won't be out until this August, fans won't have to wait long to give the game a gander, as the demo will be available through PSN next Tuesday, June 11.

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