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Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 Release Date, Trailer & Screens
Plus the first game gets a cheaper re-issue and NISA is having sales!
11.24.11 - 12:11 AM

After the release and success of Hyperdimension Neptunia earlier this year, it wasn't too surprising when NIS America announced they would localize its followup, titled Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 for the PS3 next year. Today they confirmed that the title would be released in North America and Europe next February (an exact day wasn't given), and released some new media. Below is the first English trailer:

You'll also find 36 new screens, plus logo and packaging - all in English - in our gallery linked further below. Pricing, preorder bonuses and any possible limited editions haven't yet been announced.

If you missed out on the first Hyperdimension Neptunia, NISA has reissued the PS3 title and slashed its price at GameStop, where you can find it for just $29.99 US while supplies last.

Other NISA goods can be found on PSN, including the first batch of Disgaea 4 DLC which was made available just this week. Disgaea 3 and Ar tonelico Qoga DLC is on sale from now until December 20th, and from December 6th until January 3rd Hyperdimension Neptunia and Trinity Universe DLC will go on sale. Several NIS PSP games are on sale on PSN too, so have a look.

On the NISA store itself, there won't be a Black Friday event however. Rather they'll have a Cyber Monday one on November 28th, with a big sale that day and other discounts over the rest of the week.


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