And should you need more Japanese eccentricity in your life, NIS America has you covered with their own press release: Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 will be released on February 28 in North America, with a European release on the 24th.
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And we’re back on task, no worse for wear. Well, I’m still fighting a cough, but at least we’re up and running again. As I said yesterday, sorry for the delay folks. Fortunately it wasn’t too busy a news week so I had time to chew on some rich, yummy financial analysis alongside the TGS leftovers. Let’s get down on it, shall we?
- Tokyo Game Show wrap-ups: 3DS releases are promising and its match-up with the Vita is the fight to watch; Square Enix needs something to reassure fans it knows what it’s doing, which probably isn’t FFXII-2; Konami lets Suikoden out of the cellar into yet another cellar; Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 confuses yet taps into the mysterious ‘buy me’ impulse; Namco-Bandai still hates money.
- Dualshockers.com provides some insights into the Japanese stock market and its reactions to TGS. Short version: Sony should be thankful Japan likes the Vita. The full article is definitely worth the read.
- Sony has a brief network outage that’s quickly corrected as authorities nab yet more LulzSec participants. The irony of this is not lost on me.
- A university study crowdsources viral protein modeling to a bunch of FoldIt players, with surprising results. Look to see someone try to weaponize this in the near future.
- Not exactly game-related, but the CERN researchers firing a particle that seemingly broke the speed of light is too fascinating not to discuss and/or fantasize about. Read up on it if you haven’t already, it could very well be science fiction in the making.
- And speaking of science gone mad, code-hunters find an apparent teaser for Half-Life 2: Episode 3 in Valve’s DotA 2. Don’t play games with my heart, Valve. Just… don’t.
Amidst the hubbub of the Tokyo Game Show, Nippon Ichi issued press releases announcing their upcoming titles. On the Disgaea front, Netherworld Unbound is planned for the Android mobile platform this Winter, while Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention will show up on a PS Vita next year. Also appearing in 2012 are Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk 2 (PS3) and Clan of Champions (PS3, 360, and PC).
It may be a smidge crass to make light of the upcoming hurricane, but on the other hand there has never been a better time to LEAVE THE BRONX! YOU ARE ORDERED TO LEAVE THE BRONX!
I jest because I care, and because MST3K was brilliant. But seriously, best of luck to everybody on the east coast. In the meantime, we have some media for you: Dark Souls, Frontier Gate, Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2, and Ragnarok: Hikari to Yami no Koujo. Continue reading ‘Mass Media 08/26/11’ »
Evening, folks! Hope you brought your appetite for media, because we have, shall we say, generous portions. In today’s update: Cardboard Troopers, Dai 2 Ji Super Robot Taisen OG, Dragon’s Crown, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Grand Knight’s History, Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2, Pandora’s Tower, Tales of the Abyss 3DS, Tales of Xillia, and The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Dig in! Continue reading ‘Mass Media 06/13/11’ »
Happy Easter, folks! The news doesn’t take holidays, however, so here’s what’s new and exciting:
- A reading from the Book of Royko: the proper way to deal with a hangover. Sony is gonna need this. And speaking of which…
- Sony’s PSN shutdown continues for as-yet unexplained reasons. Valve cannot possibly be amused by this.
- Ironically, the PSP Go quietly slips out the back during this same time. With the PSN down, it shall not be missed.
- More Wii 2 specs: screens on controllers, Radeon hardware in the box, and a potential price range. And the crowd falls silent.
- Very Serious People say Nintendo is doooooooomed! because it doesn’t sell games for $0.99. Yeah, I’m not seeing it either.
- Obsidian lays off a few New Vegas personnel. Speculation abounds on what this means and what Obsidian does best. Hint: more Bethsidian Fallout please.
- Deus Ex: Human Revolution devs respond to fans, the ESRB launches a machine to do their job for them, and so much more!
Just in case you needed some visuals to go along with the announcement below, Dengeki was kind enough to provide screens and artwork for Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2. Along with that we’ve got some Final Fantasy Type-0, Dissidia 012 Duodecim, Pandora’s Tower, and Tales of the Abyss 3DS. Check it out: Continue reading ‘Mass Media 04/23/11’ »
For those who didn’t get enough of the console-tan moepocalypse, Compile Heart is happy to indulge you with a sequel to Hyperdimension Neptunia. The aptly-titled Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 is headed for the PS3 in Japan, with the standard version at ¥7329 and an as-yet-undetailed limited edition for ¥9429. While the original featured personified game consoles and companies, it looks like the sequel will focus more on handhelds.
No release date was given and a US release was not announced.