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Feb 1, 2013

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Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory Guarantees More Inafune Attacks

Neptunia Victory

Compile Heart’s Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory continues its tradition of poking fun at the games industry.¬†Publisher NIS America has released a series screenshots illustrating just how far some of these parodies go.

Pictured above (and below) is a clearly concerned Keiji Inafune super-imposed on an inter-dimensional spaceship during one of the game’s special summoning attack sequences. While this may appear to be a game designer’s hallucinatory reaction to lack of sleep, it is – in fact – quite a common occurrence in this very niche series.

Set in a fantasy world where game consoles personify themselves as bishojo superheroes, ‘Victory’ explores the retro gaming scene of the late 1980s in a JRPG console war between the forces of good and evil.

Japanese games industry and JRPG buffs can look forward to this particular release later in March.

[Source: Nippon Ichi Software America]

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About Timothy Krynicki

From my humble beginnings with the NES to my most recent crusade proclaiming Persona 4 Golden as one of the best ports ever made, I've been a connoisseur of gamedom for a number of years. While I hold a tremendous amount of respect for homegrown projects, my informative years have left me with an incredible appreciation for RPGs and other cross-genre projects that have been localized for English speaking audiences developed in the East. Such is life. My current go-to systems include a PS3, a PC, and a Vita but I also (on occasion) find myself experiencing classic memories on systems that should be long overdue. (These would be my DS Lite, PSP, PS2, and Wii doubling as a Game Cube when necessary). I keep a portfolio blog at http://thatpolishgamer.wordpress.com/ and can be added on Twitter by following @TimKryn.