Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection dated
posted on 04.03.14 at 06:40 PM EST by (@salromano)
View the first set of English screenshots.

Hyperdimension Neptunia Producing Perfection

Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection will launch for PS Vita in North America on June 3 and in Europe on June 6, NIS America announced.

The game will be available at both retail and via PlayStation Network.

The idol game, developed by Compile Heart, Idea Factory, and Tamsoft, tasks players with managing and producing the idol careers for the four CPUs Neptune, Noire, Blanc, and Vert. You’ll teach them to sing, dance, and properly promote themselves.

View the first set of English screenshots at the gallery.

  • Wolf Star

    I’ll be buying this day one.

    • DarkLegacy

      Me too

  • Daverost

    Can’t wait. Played and enjoyed the JP version. Gonna pre-order as soon as it’s up.

  • Gustavo

    Finally!

  • Varnes

    “Pre-orders Limited Edition”

  • Elvick

    LE preordered. Comes out to exactly $60. O;

  • Budgiecat

    Wish the bigger Japanese game companies were this liberal with their localization choices…

    • Elvick

      But they don’t want to recoup localization costs and maybe get a small profit. They want to get a huge profit.

      Because they suck.

  • crimsonidol

    It could be a false assumption, but it feels like there’s now a studious flow of Vita-retailgames incoming. I hope this will change people’s thoughts about the hardware.

    And nice to see such a niche game be released retail.

    • Kevadu

      The Vita is doing pretty well in Japan, really, and we’re beginning to see a steady flow of those games being localized. Which is great if you like those kind of games. But let’s be honest here, most people in the US couldn’t give a crap. I don’t think games like this are going to do much to change people’s perception of the Vita.

  • DarkLegacy

    Day one for me

  • HassanJamal

    So how does this game play like? Anything like a rhythm game or something?

    • Learii

      if is like rhythm games then I won’t buy it =/

    • ekibyougami

      It’s an idol simulation game. Definitely not a rhythm game — you only manipulate the camera and add some effects while they “perform” on stage.

      • HassanJamal

        Thats it? Dang it. Guess Ill wait for the JRPG game then…if it ever gets localized :L

  • artemisthemp

    Now I just wait on June 3 to arrive and hope Custom doesn’t cast their eyes on package

  • TheBlackRabbit

    nah it has an audience…im not one of them but i see that

  • Pipe

    Well, 50 people are an audience.

  • TheBlackRabbit

    This is true. Which kinda enforces my statement even more considering he was saying it like 50 people were not an audience in the least. But maybe i misunderstood that statement entirely.

  • Budgiecat

    Its crazy…

    Konami made the same ‘mistake’ with ‘Guitar Freaks’ until Activision filled the void and made Guitar Hero and left them in the dust looking stupid.

  • Kevadu

    Yeah, but Guitar Hero was actually good. In this case that analogy kind of breaks down there…

  • Budgiecat

    Its not like Guitar Freaks wasn’t that unknown or not enjoyed in the West. It did have a presence in arcades along with Drum Freaks and DDR..

    Its Rock Revolution from Konami which came after GH’s success that sucked…