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Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart Coming Soon to NA and European Audiences
The latest Compile Heart title with an exceedingly long name is on the way!
10.10.14 - 7:47 PM

A spin-off of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series, Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart will come to Western audiences early in 2015.  

Available via online and retail outlets, the series takes place in "Gamarket" a world similar to the original series setting of Gamindustri.  Within this world, the CPUs of four separate nations battle for domination.  While Noire is almost ready to claim victory, each CPU is suddenly robbed of their power.  In order to save "Gamarket" the team of CPUs will have to work together to defeat the new foe.

The game itself will feature a new "Lily System," which causes characters to become stronger by bonding during battles.  The longer two characters battle together, the higher their bond becomes.  By activitating a "Lily Boost," both characters will receive enhanced stats and abilities.  The "Lily points" used to activate these moves can also be used for special moves and goddess transformations.

Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart releases early 2015 to Western audiences and will only be available on the PlayStation Vita.


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