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Hyper Goddess Creed Noire: Planet Destroyer Black Heart Trailer, Screens
I do not make these game titles up, folks.
12.07.13 - 1:17 PM

Hyper Goddess Creed Noire: Planet Destroyer Black Heart is, as you might have figured out by the long, over-the-top name, a spinoff of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series. While Idea Factory worked on the main series, Sting (Yggdra Union, Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection) is actually taking care of this Vita spinoff, though series producer Naoko Mizuno, along with Hikaru Yasui and Hagashino all helping out.

The game is listed as a strategy RPG and will have 18 characters - Noire, of course, being the lead - and some of them new. Terrain will be a factor, and overall the game will be accessible to newcomers, so it probably won't be all that difficult. The battle system will incorporate 'moe'... but this hasn't been detailed as of yet. The title even pokes fun at other games, such as Metal Gear Solid.

Aside from the above trailer, you can find the first handful of screens in our new gallery below. Hyper Goddess Creed Noire: Planet Destroyer Black Heart will be available in Japan on May 29th of next year for 6800 yen ($66.08 US) or 6000 yen ($58.31 US) for download. There is also a limited edition that comes with a drama CD and Noire figurine for 9800 yen ($95.23 US).


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