Super Neptunia RPG New Screenshots and Patch Update

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

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Super Neptunia RPG | Screen 4

Idea Factory International has released some new screens for the upcoming Super Neptunia RPG. These screenshots will show off some the game’s dialogue.

A patch for the Western release of Super Neptunia RPG has been created that fixes a lot of issues found in the Japanese release.

Here are the patch notes:

PATCH UPDATES FOR THE NA/EU RELEASE

For the Western release of Super Neptunia RPG, we would like to note that a patch has been created for the PS4, Switch, and Steam versions of the game to address issues in the original Japanese release:

Cutscenes:

  • Updates on animations
  • Updates on object placement
  • Fixed some conditions that would prevent a cutscene from playing
  • Added the type-style text during cutscenes

Audio:

  • Improved audio synchronization during certain cut-scenes
  • Fixed some instances of audio corruption
  • Fixed an issue where multiple audio files play at the same time
  • Fixed some voice issues
  • Added some missing voices

Design:

  • Better balancing on some quests, skills, and weapons
  • Fixed conditions that prevented a quest’s completion
  • Fixed icons to match their items
  • Fixed some text issues
  • Fixed an issue where players could not cancel the use of an item
  • Fixed an issue that could prevent an ability to work as intended
  • Fixed an issue where a fight would not start in Goddess Mode when it should
  • Fixed some collision and bound issues
  • Fixed some text issues that would now show on-screen
  • Fixed a Break Attack animation that would play off-screen
  • Fixed an issue where Puddingo would not show in certain conditions
  • Fixed an issue that could prevent a fight from finishing when using fast forward
  • Fixed an issue where a cutscene is played in the wrong order

UI:

  • Updates on the Settings menu
  • Fixed an issue where the cursor goes off-screen
  • Added scrolling for longer text
  • Added a sorting functionality in the menu

Code:

  • Stability improvement
  • Improved menu navigation
  • Optimized camera during exploration and cutscenes
  • Changed the saves order from most recent to oldest
  • Fixed an issue where an enemy would remain on the screen after winning a battle
  • Fixed some navigation issues with the D-pad
  • Added some success/fail feedback when fleeing battle

The official website has been updated with new character profiles as well as information about Magic Stones • Magic Stone Switches, Quests and Hunt Quests

Super Neptunia RPG will launch on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch , physically and digitally, in North America on June 25 and in Europe on June 28. The Steam version will launch on June 20.

Steam users can grab the Deluxe Bundle which includes that game and the Deluxe Pack for 20% off permanently. The Deluxe pack alone will have a 20% discount for the first week and includes:

  • Character Art Collection
  • Background Art Collection
  • Rough Art Collection
  • PC Wallpapers (x2)
  • Mobile Wallpapers (x5)
  • Official Soundtrack

It should also be noted the PlayStation 4 version has two slightly modified CG images to meet Sony’s new content policy. Gameplay is the same on all platforms.

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