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Square Enix, Namco are "Moe-fied" in Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II
Check out what their respective characters look like!
02.02.15 - 2:21 AM

A couple of new scans from Dengeki magazine have revealed some new characters that will be joining the cast of Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II. These four new characters make up a group known as the "Golden Third" and will be introduced later in the game.

So, the four companies represented are Square Enix, Capcom, Konami and Namco Bandai. Can you guess who is who? Answers after the images!

"S-sha" (far left) is a take-off of Square Enix. She's known to be bad-mouthed, but a cool beauty... if you like lots of belts and zippers.

"B-cha" (left) is Bandai Namco. She loves money and demands small sums of money for every little thing. Tales or iDOLM@STER, anybody?

"K-sha" (right) resembles Konami. She loves music, both listening and performing, but her personality can change when she has a gun on her. We're not exactly sure what that means, but I'm a little scared.

And finally, "C-sha" (far right) is Capcom. She leads the Golden Third and is known for her gluttony. Not that you could tell by looking at her.

If you're wondering why they all have "sha" in their name, it's apparently related to the Japanese character used for the word "company."

Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory II will be out on PlayStation 4 in Japan on April 23rd. No mention of a release in the West has been announced, but given Idea Factory's track record, it's pretty much a guarantee.


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