If there was any doubt that Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X was heading to Europe after the reveal that SEGA Europe would be publishing the game in Australia, someone on the NeoGAF forums has now pointed out that the website for the German rating system USK (basically the German equivalent of the ESRB or PEGI) now also lists a rating for the game:
As you can see, it received a rating making the game suitable to play for children from the age of 6, the same rating applied to both Project DIVA F games in Germany. What’s interesting is that the system listed for the game is the PlayStation Vita version, as a release on that platform seemed perhaps less likely than the PS4 version, given that the PlayStation Vita seems to be nearing its end in some EU countries already.
While SEGA Europe hasn’t officially confirmed that the game will be released in Europe, that only seems a matter of time now. But the big questions that remain are when it will be released, and whether or not the game will get a physical release.