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Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory Travels Through Time

Posted by Sammy Barker

Acceptable in the 80s

The third entry in NIS America’s incredibly niche Hyperdimension Neptunia series will get a North American release on 12th March. Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory will continue the bizarre console war narrative of the previous titles, by sending underdressed protagonist Neptune back in time.

“This new dimension feels very much like her own, except it has only progressed to the Gamindustri of the 1980s,” notes the blurb. “In this dimension, a group of villains calling themselves the ‘Seven Sages’ are trying to create a world free from the rule of CPUs.” Apparently, the game features a character based on the PSone. No, really.

The sequel will boast a wealth of gameplay improvements, including dynamic combat, and the ability to burn data onto blank game discs in order to obtain new abilities. “It’s your chance to craft your own AAA title for Neptune and her friends to equip,” the press release explains. Ahem.

Check out the trailer embedded below.

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User Comments (7)

SuperKMxAdmin

#1

SuperKMx said:

I had a glimpse at the premise of the last game in the series and thought I'd give it a pop. I love me some JRPG goodness, but this was SO underwhelming. After an hour of listening to the characters squeak in a ear-splitting voice at each other, I couldn't go on.

belmont

#2

belmont said:

I look forward to this one. I enjoyed the first game. This game was my first platinum trophy! Nowadays I play the second one. I like the funny gaming references on the dialogues!

belmont

#6

belmont said:

@get2sammyb Not much for a turn based rpg, about 40 hours or something. I used the DLC packs to help me! There were some costumes that helped a lot.

Dezner

#7

Dezner said:

That sounds about right, mk2 took me a little longer with all the endings needed, I wanted to complete the gallery and not just load from one save game to get all the endings.

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