Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation OVA Have Been Released on Steam

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Idea Factory International has released the two never before seen in the West Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation OVAs. The first title is Nep-Nep Festival. Today is Planeptune’s Cosplay Party! and Neptune finds out that Older Neptune, whom she met in the mountains during her summer vacation, was arriving to in her dimension. The problem is that Neptune is completely burned out from all the party planning, and needs some help. The second one is called Little Purple Sunshine. Arfoire has a new trick up her sleeve to defeat the Goddesses – a secret monster called Level Trick. Can these smol versions of our favorites goddesses still save the day!

Each of these Hyperdimension Neptunia: The Animation OVA can be purchased on Steam for $14.99 each, and they will only be available for purchase until November 1st, 2022. After that you can still watch them anytime, but you will no longer be able to purchase them.

Screenshots from Nep-Nep Festival:

Screenshots from: Little Purple Sunshine

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