NIS America announced today that Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 for the PlayStation®3 Computer Entertainment System will make it to US shores in spring 2012. Neptunia Mk2 is a sequel to the popular RPG Hyperdimension Neptunia, which allows you to take control of a humanoid version of fantasy game consoles. For Neptunia Mk2 you will once again become a console goddess to protect the land of Gamindustri.
Neptunia Mk2 Return once more to the world of Gamindustri, where the Criminal of the Free World, Arfoire, has defeated the four CPUs of Gamindustri.It is now up to their younger sisters to free them from captivity.
Nepgear, the CPU Candidate of Planeptuneand younger sister to Neptune, sets out on her quest with IF and Compato regain Gamindustri’sprosperity, stop the syndicate of evil that Arfoirecreated, and set her sister free! During her travels across the world, Nepgearwill encounter friends new and old, meet the other CPU Candidates, and take care of any monsters that stand in her way in this classic JRPG tale of good versus evil!
•All-new free-roaming style battle system for more strategic combat. •Streamlined combo system that allows faster combo execution. •New item synthesis system to craft items and weapons. •Guild system to take on multiple missions.
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