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Superdimenson Neptune Vs Sega Hard Girls Heads To Steam This Summer

posted on by Rai Kelly
Game originally available on PS Vita

Idea Factory International announced on Monday that its Superdimenson Neptune Vs Sega Hard Girls game will launch on PC via Steam this summer. The game will include updated 1080p graphics.

Idea Factory International released physical and digital versions of Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls (Chōjigen Taisen Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls: Yume no Gattai Special) for PlayStation Vita on October 18, 2016 in North America, and October 21, 2016 in Europe. The game has an English dub as well as the original Japanese audio.

The game shipped to Japan in November 2015.

Superdimenson Neptune Vs Sega Hard Girls features characters from the Hyperdimension Neptunia universe, and characters from Sega Hard Girls, the reimagining of Sega hardware systems as girls designed by Hatsune Miku illustrator Kei.

Idea Factory International describes the game:

Our story begins in the mysterious halls of an ancient library…The Grand Library holds the history of the world within its shelves. Legend says that if one was to tamper with the books kept there, the past itself could be completely rewritten… A daring adventurer known as IF discovered the location of this revered library and finally crossed its threshold. Little did she know, a disaster of historical proportions was about to occur before her very eyes. Books began to vanish from the library's shelves; the history of the world was disappearing before her and the reasons for this occurrence were shrouded in mystery.

IF sets out on a journey across time to uncover the truth! Will she be able to work together with both the Sega Hard Girls and Goddesses to recover the lost history? Will they really be able to save the world?

Sega Hard Girls inspired the television anime Hi-sCool! Seha Girls in 2014. Crunchyroll streamed the anime series as it aired and Discotek has licensed the series for home video.


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