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Superdimension Neptune VS SEGA Hard Girls Contest

Win a Digital Copy of Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls for PlayStation Vita! (CLOSED)

Thanks to Idea Factory International, we now have 2 NA and 2 EU PlayStation Network codes to give away for the PlayStation Vita game Superdimension Neptune VS SEGA Hard Girls, a crossover RPG game between the Hyperdimension Neptunia and Sega Hard Girls franchises. If you’ve been following our website you’ve no doubt heard about the game and the Sega Hard Girls already, but if you haven’t you can find more information on the game on the official website, or take a look at our past articles for the game!

UPDATE: the giveaway is now closed. We announced the winners on Twitter, you can view the details below! Three of the winners have been contacted via DM on Twitter. The remaining one only entered via e-mail, so we sent an e-mail to him. I’ll update this article again when I’ve received everyone’s reply and the codes have been distributed.

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Hi-sCool! Seha Girls - Commericals

Hi-sCool! Seha Girls Anime: Japanese DVD Release Details, New Japanese Commercials and English DVD/Blu-ray Menus

SEGA of Japan have released a new batch of commercials for their upcoming DVD release for their TV anime Hi-sCool! Seha Girls, which features the SEGA Hard Girls characters Dreamcast, Saturn and Mega Drive. The new batch of commercials also includes other SEGA Hard Girls such as Master System, SEGA Mark III, Robo Pitcher and Mega Drive 2. Aside from the 13 episodes of the anime that were aired on TV, the Japanese DVD release will include a new episode as well which takes place during a Sports Festival. In addition, the DVD release will include 3D character models (chibi and swimsuit versions) of the SeHa Girls which can be used in the program MikuMikuDance, a free animation program. The DVD will be released on November 3 in Japan. Curiously, it doesn’t seem like there will be a Blu-Ray release in Japan.

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Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls Review (PlayStation Vita)

The Hyperdimension Neptunia series has been around for a while now, spawning plenty of games, remakes and spinoffs. In the Neptunia games, powerful goddesses called CPUs govern over their respective regions, each representing a real-life console such as the PlayStation, Wii, Xbox and even the cancelled Sega Neptune. This latest game in the series, Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls, is a crossover with the SEGA Hard Girls project, which features anthropomorphized goddesses representing SEGA’s past gaming consoles. With a similar theme, it’s easy to see that a crossover of these two projects makes sense.

Prior to playing Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls, my experience with the Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise was rather limited. That said, I did get around to playing the PC version of Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1 before playing this game, so I had a good idea of what to expect. For the purpose of this review, I played through Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls, and managed to get the game’s True ending. Below, you can read my thoughts on the game based on that experience!

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Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls: New Dialogue Screenshots

Idea Factory International has shared new screenshots from the dialogue sections of their upcoming English release of PS Vita RPG Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls. The dialogue in the series is one of its more unique points, with plenty of references to the current and past situation in the gaming market, as well as frequent use of meta-reference, especially with the character of Neptune (who often reminds other characters of her status as the series’ protagonist). The screenshots below should give you a good indication of what to expect from the game in that regard! Note that two images differ for the EU version, we included those as well.

For more information on the game, we also included the summary from Idea Factory International. The game releases in North America on October 18 and Europe on October 21, both in physical and digital form, for the PlayStation Vita. You can also expect a review of the game from Segalization ahead of its release.

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Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls: New Opening Movie and Battle Screenshots

Idea Factory International has released the opening movie (in both an NA and EU version) and new battle screenshots for their upcoming PlayStation Vita RPG Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls. The game is scheduled to be released in North America on October 18 and Europe on October 21, and will be available as a digital and a physical release. The game is also compatible with the PlayStation TV. You can view the opening movie and screenshots below!

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SEGA’s Tokyo Game Show 2016 Stage Event Schedule

SEGA recently released their stage event plans for Tokyo Game Show 2016, which begins today in Japan. Gematsu translated the event descriptions for the many stage events that will be held this week.

In their announcement, SEGA posted streaming options for each day throughout September 15-18, including Niconico, YouTube, and AbemaTV. Incidentally, it seems that some of the stage events (including those that feature SEGA Hard Girls, Phantasy Star Online 2, Persona 5, and Puyo Puyo Chronicle) don’t allow photography from non-media attendees. Sad news if any of our readers are attending!

But of course, being able to attend Tokyo Game Show 2016 sounds like great fun as well. For those who are planning on enjoying the news from a distance, we’ve included the streaming links on YouTube below for each of the four days.

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Superdimension Neptune vs Sega Hard Girls US-EU Announcement

Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls Releasing this Fall in North America and Europe

Idea Factory International has announced that they will bring over the Playstation Vita RPG Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls to North America and Europe this Fall. If you want to catch up with information about the game, feel free to take a look at our earlier articles. Unlike previous entries of the Neptunia franchise which featured Neptune as the main character, the ones in the starring roles are now If (representing Idea Factory, and a best friend of Neptune) and SEGA Hatsumi, a new moe anthropomorphized version of our favorite video game company.

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Home Release of Seha Girls Anime Will Consist of a Blu-Ray and DVD Combo Pack

Anime licensing and publishing company Discotek Media have provided an update for the home release of the Hi-sCool! Seha Girls anime on their Facebook page. While a release date and price weren’t mentioned, what we do know is that the complete series set will be released as a Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack. You can also see the preliminary cover art showcasing the three main heroines and cameos from characters of various SEGA games.

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Chain Chronicles V Starts Sega Hard Girls Campaign in Japan

SEGA have announced that Chain Chronicles V, the PlayStation Vita version of their hit mobile game Chain Chronicles, will be running a Sega Hard Girls campaign for the following five months. Starting now until January 31st, the character Robot Pitcher will be made available for everyone on the PlayStation Store.

Additionally, those who own a Japanese PlayStation Plus subscription will get access to the characters Mega Drive, Saturn and Dreamcast until January 31, which can’t be acquired in any other way. Each month, players will also be able to download some bonus items to use in the game.

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Hyperdimension Neptunia X Sega Hard Girls Gameplay / Character Class Additional Info

A new trailer for Hyperdimension Neptunia X Sega Hard Girls Dream Fusion Special demos some basic gameplay and class changes. The first two and half minutes or so is devoted to roaming through dungeons. The remainder of the trailer covers event scenes and a short battle clip.

Additionally Gematsu reports that the official website for the game has been updated with information on changing classes. Each character in Dream Fusion Special starts with a specific character class to which the game allots a certain configuration of Special Skills. They often come in the form of passive added benefits to your enemy encounters. For example, “Impossible Evasion” which will drop your character’s HP to 1 if they are hit with an attack that would have otherwise KO’d them. Each character also has a unique set of class options available to them, and more class options become available as one progresses through the game.

Check out the trailer after the break! Dream Special Fusion is coming to Japan in just under a week!

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