Compile Heart's Neptunia VII Game's Opening Movie Streamed

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
PS4 game featuring new characters to ship in Japan on April 23

Compile Heart began streaming the opening movie on Wednesday for its upcoming Shin Jigen Game Neptune VII (New Dimension Game: Neptunia Victory II) PlayStation 4 game.

The opening movie introduces the main characters, including the recently revealed new characters B-sha, K-sha, C-sha, and S-sha. Compile Heart previously teased the new characters in a promotional video last July.

Naoko Mizuno, director Shingo Onodera, and character designer Tsunako will return to the development team for the newest installment in the Neptunia franchise. The game will feature three dimensions and three different stories: "Rei-jigen Neptune Z" (Zero-Dimension Neptune Z) where Neptune and Nepgear lose their way in Zero Dimension and fight alongside the new character Uzume Ten'ōsei; "Chō-jigen Neptune G" (Hyperdimension Neptune G) where Neptune and her friends live in the Gamindustri world; and "Shin-jigen Neptune H" (Heart Dimension Neptune H), a mysterious dimension.

The role-playing game will ship in Japan on April 23. The regular edition will retail for 7,538 yen (about US$64), and the Dream Edition will retail for 10,778 yen (US$91). A downloadable version will retail for 6,480 yen (US$55). Nao will perform the theme song "Sōtaisei Vision" (Relativity Vision). Chiyomaru Shikura (Steins;Gate, Robotics;Notes) wrote the lyrics and composed the song with arrangement by MACARONI☆.

Idea Factory International will release Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth3: V Generation this summer, and it released Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 for the PlayStation Vita in North America last month in physical and digital formats. The company released Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 in retail stores and digitally in North America last August. NIS America released Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection (Kami Jigen Idol Neptune PP) for the PlayStation Vita last June in North America and Europe.

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