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Hyperdimension Neptunia V Dated For Japan
Late summer for this sort-of-80s-revival.
05.15.12 - 1:26 PM

This week's Dengeki PlayStation has a firm Japanese date listed for Hyperdimension Neptunia V: Fans can expect the 80s take on Gameindustri late this summer. Although we don't have media yet, the magazine also focused on some of the game's enemies known as the seven sages. Among them are a Gothic Lolita-type in a pink dress named Anonedeath who's accompanied by a mech, and an older man named Arcdecision.

The informant system sees the game's world changing depending on who you talk to, including what dungeons will show up and what items appear. You can even persuade people depending on which of these informants you side with.

There's apparently much more in Dengeki, so stay tuned for media and details. Hyperdimension Neptunia V for PS3 releases in Japan on August 30. NIS America has not yet announced plans to bring the title out West, but we imagine it's pretty likely.


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