Idea Factory International will bring Monster Monpiece, Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed, and Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart to PC via Steam in 2016, the publisher announced.
All three titles were originally released for PS Vita and will be updated with higher resolution graphics. The PC port of Monster Monpiece will not have multiplayer support, however, it will include all of the original artwork featured in the game’s Japanese release.
Here’s an overview of each, via Idea Factory:
About Monster Monpiece
These cards have heart! In the world of Yafaniel, humans and “monster girls” live an uneasy coexistence. You’ll train as May Esperio to become a master of these monster girls in strategic, card-based battle that features light RPG elements. Throw down with the enemy using your cards’ Skills and Potentials, and give their stats an extra boost with special bonuses. If you play your cards right you’ll collect over 100 monster girls to fight for you! You’ll get to level those ladies up with the First Crush ❤ Rub mode, which gives you a hands-on role in warming them up for battle!
About Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed
Everyone’s favorite CPUs and CPU Candidates get brutal with their first foray into the 3D hack ‘n’ slash action! Joined by characters Dengekiko and Famitsu, they’ll clash with waves of enemies in free-roaming stages. Switch between two characters with the Dual System to bash down baddies and perform devastating special attacks, but spam too many specials or take too much damage and you’re liable to experience a “Costume Break,” shredding your defense but boosting your critical rate and EXE Drive Gauge!
About Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart
A spinoff of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series that takes place in an alternate world known as “Gamarket,” featuring Noire as the main protagonist. This is the first strategy RPG in the series and boasts a bundle of new playable characters for your moe army, item customization, the relationship-boosted Lily System, and even a chance to see Gamarket’s hardest-working CPU relax a bit with the “Sim Noire” mode!