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Idea Factory International Share First Look at the English Megadimension

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Following the game’s launch in Japan, Idea Factory International are set to release Megadimension Neptunia VII in the Western market in 2016. This will not only be the first instalment in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series to launch on the PlayStation 4, but also the first new major title in the franchise since Victory in 2012.

Idea Factory International have shared their first batch of English-localised screenshots for the game, which are primarily focused on the battle system. Some of these screenshots highlight the new playable CPU Uzume Tennouboshi, while others provide a sneak peek at the new Formation attack system. The Formation attack system involves party members surrounding an enemy to perform some devastating team attacks.

Megadimension Neptunia VII is set for release in North America and PAL regions beginning Early 2016, and will be available exclusively on the PlayStation 4.

Official Synopsis for Megadimension Neptunia VII

G.C. 2015 – Gamindustri has entered a precarious season known as the CPU Shift Period. During this time of social unrest, deprecating rumors about the CPUs have begun to saturate Gamindustri. Neptune and the others worry the citizens will soon call for new leaders to replace the them and that their rule will end. 

In these critical moments for Planeptune, Neptune and Nepgear mysteriously disappear. Their destination: a divergent world, nearing its catastrophic end, called the Zero Dimension. They encounter the last remaining CPU of this world, Uzume Tennouboshi, who is desperately waging a lonely battle against a colossal evil known as the Dark CPU.

Will Neptune and Nepgear be able to work together with Uzume in order to save Zero Dimension from tragedy? So begins a new adventure for Neptune…

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