The thing I am most excited about regarding Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory is Nobuo Uematsu's soundtrack which also features an appearance by his band, the Earthbound Papas. The OST is included with the limited edition version of the game that was sold exclusively through the NISA store (since sold out), so I thought I'd take the chance to unbox this beauty.
While you do get a nice lunch box, I don't suppose it's safe for school. Or work. As it turns out, I also really dig the art book inside which offers character bios and lots of sketches. See the above video for more, and watch for our review coming in just a few short hours!
Compile Heart is trying its best to keep the PlayStation Vita library stuffed to the gills with ports, remakes, and the like. The company has joined forces with Summon Night team Felistella to release an enhanced ve...more
Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory is nothing if not high-concept. A thinly veiled allegory for the console wars, this is the third entry in a series of JRPGs which casts anthropomorphic caricatures of Nintendo, S...more
Compile Heart has not one, not two, but three Hyperdimension Neptunia games in the works for PlayStation Vita. Announced at a Dengeki PlayStation event earlier today, the publisher unveiled a pair of new titles in addition to...more
After being delayed ever so slightly, Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory is just a couple short weeks away from release. The third installment in Idea Factory's bizarrely meta role-playing series, Victory takes t...more
Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory will see a slight delay in North America and the United Kingdom, NIS America has announced. Previously slated for release next week, the title will ship a week later than anticipated.
Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, the second sequel to the admittedly bland RPG about anthropomorphic videogame consoles fighting a literal console war, is still on track for a PS3 release in the US on March 12, 2013. Despite ...more
NIS America announced that Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory will come exclusively to the PS3 next March. At Tokyo Game Show last year, NIS told us to expect it, but now we have a date to shoot for.
In this third in...more
NIS America announced today at Tokyo Game Show that they will be bringing the third game of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series to PlayStation 3 next year. Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory will launch next spring in North Ameri...more
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