A Wololo moderator named Codestation has started translating extend. The patch is actually a plugin instead of a regular ISO patch, which means it is easier to update and also makes it possible to play from the UMD without any ISO. It still does require a CFW to load the plugin.
Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Extend (初音ミク -Project DIVA Extend-) is a 2011 rhythm game created by Sega and Crypton Future Media for the PlayStation Portable. The game is an expansion to the 2010 video game, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA 2nd, and was first released on November 10, 2011 in Japan with no international release. Miku is back again to extend her show with more songs, more costumes and better gameplay. This new game comes with 4 difficulty options, from the one button Easy mode to the four button Hard and Extreme modes.
As of the 0.5 beta releases, the game is nearly 100% translated!
Unofficial wiki link for this translation patch: http://projectdiva.wiki/Translation+Patch+%28extend%29.
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There is also another way to play this game, at least, partially in English in the form of ‘patching’ the ISO rather than running the plugin concurrently by the game’s data folders. Check here: http://forums.ppsspp.org/showthread.php?tid=268&pid=91336#pid91336.
The archive download there has a couple tools that can be used to extract two files from within the ISO, patch them with the ppf files (Check readme or an user post before the one linked above for steps) and then import them inside the ISO. Note that the boot.bin file may have to be picked over the eboot.bin file (in contrast to the recommended steps as boot.bin may have the same size noted in the readme doc).
How Old Is Hatsune Miku
But this ‘partial English’ patch’s translation level is pretty dismal. Hardly any menu text is translated but you can see the English text at the top bar and control hints at the bottom bar in the menu. Also the titles of most song lyrics in the selection menu are still in Japanese only and not much of the in-game lyrics captioning would be translated.
Hatsune Miku And Mikuo
However, all of the lyrics intro splash screens before the song game begins are in full English.