New Hyperdimension Neptunia V II Details and More

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

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Dengeki PlayStation Vol. 577 cover

Dengeki PlayStation Vol. 577, which goes on sale October 30, will have a retrospective on Idea Factory’s 20th anniversary, This will include cover art from Idea Factory artist Tsunako and an art gallery with popular Idea Factory artists like Hirano Katsuyuki and Nanamedakei. There will also be interviews with company chair Kuwana and company president Satou.

Hyperdimension Neptunia V II

While I’m sure all of that is really cool stuff, here is the information us hungry fans have been waiting on for Hyperdimension Neptunia V II.  This time, Neptune and Nepgear have flown from the Hyperdimension to the Zero Dimension, and the story regarding their encounter with Uranus Uzume will be explained. There will be information on the never-before-seen dungeon Platform Zero, as well as the new combo system, formation skills, and character improvement skills.

In addition to that game, it appears Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3 V Century will be getting a couple of new characters. These characters will chosen by a readers ballot included with Dengeki PlayStation Vol. 577. This could be very interesting for sure.

Special thanks to our very own Will Whitehurst for his translation. You can keep it here for all the lastest coverage of the Neptunia series.


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