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Eiyuu Senki and Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection Slated for North America and Europe

Eiyuu Senki is an example of one such game that would normally stay in Japan, but it's kind of hard to be surprised by this announcement when we've received a Toro game, a Hatsune Miku game, and Conception II, among others, over the past year. In short, Japanese localization has never been so prevalent, and I couldn't be happier.

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Bhuahahaha781d ago

more gimme more jrpg

lol im still getting more quality time with my good ol ps3

Skate-AK781d ago

Never played a d Hyperdimension Neptunia game but I have heard they are pretty fun.

Tross781d ago

I've played a little bit of the first one, but all three games, that are out so far, are in my backlog. Yeah, don't ask about that. I have the ps3 versions of those ones. This latest one seems to be a vita exclusive though, which is probably a good thing, since I am trying to build up a vita collection.

From what I've heard, people aren't always fond of the combat in the series, but I think each game tries something different, though don't quote me on that. HN1's combat is a little unusual, but nothing to flip out over, IMHO. I think that came at a time when most people were firmly anti-Sony though, and weren't interested in anything exclusive to the system that wasn't absolutely flawless.

Eiyuu Senki doesn't look like much in the graphics department, and it's tough for a srpg to keep my interest for long, unless it does something neat, like Disgaea, or Fire Emblem. But, I am going to keep an eye on that game, to see if I like the sound of it when I hear more details.