Feb 28, 2013

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Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory’s North American Release Delayed

Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory’s North American Release Delayed


The third entry in NIS America’s Hyperdimension Neptunia series was slated to be on North American shelves on March 15, 2013. NIS America announced today that North American gamers will have to wait a bit longer as the release date for the RPG has been pushed back to March 21, 2013. The release date for the PAL version is still March 15 while the UK’s release is for March 22.

Set after the end of Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2, this third entry takes place in an alternate dimension that has Neptune  (the main character from the first Hyperdimension Neptunia) taking on a group of villains called the “Seven Sages” whose goal is to rid the 1980′s version of Gamindustri of all CPUs. Below are some key features from the upcoming title:

Dynamic Combat: Freely move units in battle to tackle foes! Set up your own combos, fill up the EXE Drive gauge, and then deal “massive damage” with your finishing attacks!
Scout System: Send out Scouts to explore and gather information on dungeons! Level them up so they can find things you may have missed on your adventure!
Flag System: Break or repair “flag” triggers in dungeons to activate different events when your Scouts return from exploring! This can change enemy spawns or reveal new items!
Create Game Discs: Obtain blank discs and burn different types of data onto them to access new abilities! With the right combinations, you may even make a Godly Game! It’s your chance to craft your own AAA title for Neptune and her friends to equip!

Though the slight delay means fans will have to wait just a bit longer before visiting this nostalgic Gamindustri world to see your favorite cast of characters based on video game consoles, you can still check out the official website to learn more about the title and get some rather cute wallpapers for your computer. Stay tuned as we keep you up to date on any and all information we find.

[Source: NIS America]