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2:00 PM on 08.30.2014

Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection

The Hyperdimension Neptunia series is a polarizing one. Some find Compile Heart’s thinly-veiled parodies of the game industry engaging and painfully adorable, and flock to it for an abundance of fanservice. Others run f...

Brittany Vincent


12:00 AM on 07.20.2014

Here's your first look at Fairy Fencer F in English

NIS America has released the first batch of English screenshots from the upcoming Fairy Fencer F, releasing in North America on September 23 and Europe on September 26. These screenshots act as introductions to some of the ca...

Brittany Vincent

7:00 AM on 05.12.2014

PS4 RPG Omega Quintet goes green with its 'new' trailer

Compile Heart is doing its part to protect the environment this week by reusing a substantial portion of footage from last week's Omega Quintet trailer for the PlayStation 4 RPG's latest promotional video. In fact, nearly half of this trailer is made of recycled material. Way to go, Compile Heart!

Kyle MacGregor

10:30 PM on 05.07.2014

Compile Heart still teasing PS4 RPG Omega Quintet

Oh good, another teaser for Omega Quintet, the next entry in Compile Heart's Galapagos RPG brand. Because we haven't had quite enough of those. Nope. Nope. Nope. We need more! The latest morsel of footage showcases the role-...

Kyle MacGregor

11:15 AM on 05.07.2014

Compile Heart announces PS4 idol RPG Omega Quintet

The latest Famitsu has the scoop on Compile Heart's (actually Galapagos') new game, a PS4 RPG called Omega Quintet. This is a cross between idol management and role-playing game. Gematsu says that five maidens' singing powers...

Dale North

10:15 AM on 05.06.2014

Galapagos RPG is also a PS4 game, it seems

Less than a week ago I shared with you a silly teaser video from Compile Heart's new RPG brand, Galapagos. They've been teasing a game for some time, but all we've got so far is that it's not Fairy Fencer F 2 or Mugen Souls,...

Dale North

10:45 AM on 04.30.2014

Galapagos RPG is back with another crazy teaser video and song

Remember this weird ass video from Compile Heart's new RPG brand, Galapagos? They decided to push out another tease this morning in a new video, and they don't disappoint on weirdness or vagueness in it.  What are they ...

Dale North

10:15 AM on 04.30.2014

Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II Dimension Zero trailer

Here's some high BPM metal to wake you up this morning, courtesy of the new Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II trailer. This game will have three stories spread across three dimensions. This trailer is for Dimension Zero.  While the trailer is heavy on the shred, it's light on details. Platform? Who knows! Feel free to poke around Compile Heart's webpage to see if I missed something. 

Dale North

10:45 AM on 04.29.2014

Compile Heart promises an 'intense' announcement for Wednesday

Compile Heart, the folks behind the Neptunia series of games,  tweeted a tease for an announcement for Wednesday, April 30 recently. They say that it will be an "intense" announcement, whatever that means.  Games ar...

Dale North



Fairy Fencer F and Disgaea 4 Vita dated for the west photo
Fairy Fencer F and Disgaea 4 Vita dated for the west
by Steven Hansen

Earlier today, Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair got a release date for North American Vitas: September 2. I still need to play the first.

Anyway, more Japanese games have western release dates. Compile Heart's RPG Fairy Fencer F is coming on September 23. The loli characters come from the Hyperdimension Neptunia artist, but the games' gods were designed by Final Fantasy's Yoshitaka Amano. Plus, Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy) did the music.

Meanwhile, Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited -- a touched up, additional content (plus old DLC) version of Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten -- is coming on August 12. Good fit the Vita.

Danganronpa 2, Fairy Fencer F & Disgaea 4 Vita dated for North America [All Games Beta]

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11:00 PM on 04.06.2014

Hyperdimension Neptunia PP dances west this June

Hypderdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection is shimmying over to North America on June 3 and then Europe just three days later, NIS America has announced. The PlayStation Vita idol game stars the heroines of Compile Heart's RPG series, and asks players to manage the ladies' dancing and singing careers. Are you up to the challenge?

Kyle MacGregor





7:05 AM on 03.19.2014

Makai Shin Trillion is a game with a dimension destroying monster

If you like interesting games, put Makai Shin Trillion on your radar. It's from Compile Heart (the developer of titles like Hyperdimension Neptunia), and it stars a fallen King and a grimoire-powered girl in their quest to d...

Chris Carter

10:15 AM on 02.14.2014

Fairy Fencer F takes a stab at PS3 later this year

It's happening! Fairy Fencer F is headed to North American and European shores this fall, courtesy of the localization-smiths at NIS America. The turn-based role-player comes by way of Compile Heart, the studio behind th...

Kyle MacGregor



Review: Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God photo
Review: Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God
by Wesley Ruscher

With the amount of role-playing adventures I’ve journeyed through in my life that culminate in apocalyptic showdowns, I’m a little tired. Save the world, rinse, and repeat. It’s so rare that a Japanese RPG deviates from this path. Perhaps it is why I mostly enjoyed last year’s critically panned Time and Eternity. The game was a mess -- both in gameplay and with its unnecessarily perverted sidekick -- yet amidst its troubles I found its overall theme refreshing.

We live in a world full of problems: some big and some small. And while they may all not be the most altruistic, it doesn't change the fact they still may be important or, at the very least, interesting subject matter to us. This is what Time and Eternity excelled at, and it’s something Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God does even better.

Besides, saving the world is overrated.

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11:30 PM on 12.26.2013

So this is a 'rubbing, pinching, panty-wearing RPG'

Compile Heart has created a treasure trove of strange and unsavory things in its time, but this just make take the cake. Wait. Actually, no. Never mind. It's definitely up there though. The purveyors of games such as Hyperdim...

Kyle MacGregor

10:30 AM on 11.27.2013

Hyperdimension Neptunia spin-off for Vita is super chibi

Hyperdimension Neptunia spin-off Hyper Goddess Faith Noire: Extreme God Black Heart is slated to bring another dose of Compile Heart's inexplicably popular franchise to PlayStation Vita on May 29 in Japan, Dengeki report...

Kyle MacGregor