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08 months agoGme40Gme40
I'm not a fan of DLC you have to pay for but Extend blows 2nd outta the water(or sea of japan), whatever floats your boat. Also the timing is even worse in 2nd. The Dreamy Theaters are FANTASTIC for both and I still play em all the time.
01 year agoXiphonXiphon
Why the negatives? I happen to think the song selection is great and has better outfits then 2nd.
01 year ago (10 months ago)p38lightning7p38lightning7 NX
I can't believe I paid $50 for this. The song selection is poor, the button timing is off, and it still has all the same menus and modules as 2nd#. Only thing that's good about it is the main menu bgm and picture gallery. In short: if you have Diva 2nd already save your money and buy something else!

Edit: Same story, if you have 2nd your good!
01 year agoDreamielDreamiel
I'm surprised this has no comments. Well, here goes :P I own the original Project Diva, 2nd, and Extend. 2nd was a huge improvement over the original, so I had high hopes for Extend, but was kind of let down. It feels almost more like an append than a full on game of its own. It's basically 2nd with a bunch of content from the Japanese playstation network added. If you already own 2nd, then you're not really missing much if you decide to skip this game. If you're trying to decide weather to buy Extend vs 2nd, well then it's really up to you since Extend has a lot more outfits and items up for grabs, but I think the playlist is better in 2nd. It's a tough call, I know.

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