Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation Out Today

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Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation Out Today

Who’s ready to do some dimension-hoppin’? Today’s the day that Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation hits the PS Vita, and things are about to get zany. A remake of Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, which appeared on PS3, this game features an improved RPG battle system, more scenarios, and extra dollops of fourth-wall-breaking humor!

In Re;Birth3, you’ll take control of Neptune — CPU, Goddess, and all-around protector of the nation of Planeptune in the world of Gamindustri. Things are going pretty swell until you get tossed into an 80’s-tinged dimension of Gamindustri. In order to get back to your dimension, you’ll need to save this one from the nefarious Seven Sages alliance, who aren’t too fond of CPUs existing in this dimension or any other.

You’ll fight in battle using four characters, all of whom can be paired up with four more characters for easy battle-swapping. By pairing characters up consistently, you’ll be able to unlock special bonuses, and blast the enemy with pair-specific attacks. The power of friendship transcends all dimensions! The attack system has also been improved to allow characters to perform up to five attacks in a combo, so now you’ve got even more chances to bury the enemy.

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While all that battle stuff’s going on, I’d like to also mention that the mini-game Stella’s Dungeon is back from Re;Birth2 and better than ever! In this roguelike mini-game, you’ll equip Stella with armor and weapons and send her to climb a tower in a quest for more items.

This time, though, you can bring a friend! The NPCs you usually find in the cities, like Snake Hayter, D-Bag, and other lovely citizens can now join Stella in her item quest. Each Scout will bring their own stats and special skills, like creating fewer enemies or allowing you to keep your items after death. To think, such item-getting will be happening all while you’re fighting your own battles or even leaving your Vita in rest mode!

Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation

On top of all that, we’ve added new scenarios, including some scenes with some not-so-friendly representations of mobile games, as well as streamlining the UI, and adding changes to dungeon maps. Now you can find random items by jumping to reveal hidden blocks, in a cheeky homage to some game I’m sure! All this, and you still get to craft special equipment, change your world with Plans, and experience the wacky humor of Gamindsutri! For the first time ever, we’ll also have special Re;Birth3 themes available for purchase on PSN. Let me just say, they’re very kawaii.

So set your non-trademarked dimension-hopping machine to here and now (Look, you’re already there!) and pick up your copy of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation! And try not to step on any butterflies in your transdimensional travels, or else you might be stuck in the 80’s forever! *new wave music echoes, fades away*

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  • And those who bought the LE still have to wait for it to ship -_- Ship earlier IFI.

    P.S. anyone else annoyed that every time you log into the ps blog it takes you back to the home page, not the page you were on? It can’t be that hard to add a simple redirect to the previous page from the login, right?

  • Great to see that HDN V ReBirth finally here, hoping for a soon localization of V II

  • Really enjoyed the first two Rebirth games, and I’ll definitely pick this up eventually, but I think I’ll wait until I see it on sale.

  • currently playing the black heart/noire strategy rpg on my vita tv and am having fun with the game.thanks a bunch and just keep the games coming

  • Just woke up and found my LE waiting for me right outside my front door. Unfortunately I have to start getting ready for work so I can’t start playing just yet

  • My copy of the LE shipped last night, so it looks like I’ll most likely be receiving it early next week. Which I don’t mind really, gives me some time to finish up a couple of things in other games that I’ve been playing.
    Pretty cool that there will also be some themes available, I’ll definitely take a peek to see which ones I’d like to grab.

  • Nep-Nep!

  • 2015 is the year of the Nep!
    Can’t wait to play a new version of my favorite game of 2013. Love you guys for this series. Thank you for bringing the adorably awesome Neptunia series Stateside.

  • Can I kill that mobile gaming representative? I really hate mobile gaming.

  • Nepu!

    So, is it too early to ask about what, if any, plans IFI might have for Victory II (to include the recently-announced DLC characters like God Eater-chan), Blanc’s upcoming game, and the pending crossover title featuring the SeHa Girls?

  • Any chance you will also localize Date A Live for PS Vita?

  • Can’t wait for my copy to ship. More Nep nep is always welcomed.

  • anybody have any recommendations for a jrpg- the only one ive ever enjoyed is ni no kuni I want something like that for my vita

  • Love this series. Plated every single Vita Hyperdimension except for Hyperdevotion( Grind Bore). Keep bringing them please.

    ReBirth 3….feels the sharpest in visuals. Can’t wait for the themes….and I hope the Stella Dungeon DLC is out today.

  • *Checks mailbox*
    *Comes back a sad*

    Wish you would send out the LEs a bit faster. :'(

    Annnywaaay… bring on VII!!

  • Just ordered it from from Best Buy, I almost forgot to grab this before; thanks for the reminder!

  • Guys i have 17 gb free space on my memory card and the game hyperdimension rebirth 3 requires 52224 KB memory to play it. I should have enough space right but when i insert my the game to my ps vita it didn’t work. Is it because i need the new slim ps vita to play the game not the old ps vita or do i have to you ps vita tv in order to play it? Please help me! Y~Y i need to know why its not working Y~Y

    • Don’t worry, it happens sometimes with brand new cards. Turn off your vita and reinsert the card. It should work.

  • That they’re offering the FREE Japanese voice-over DLC is fantastic. I wish Squenix would do that for FFX|X-2 HD… even if I had to pay for it.

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