Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru ‘Characters and Story’ trailer

A look at the game's original characters and scenarios.

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru

Compile Heart has released a new trailer for Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru introducing the game’s story and characters.

Here’s an overview of the story, as previously detailed:

A number of dimensions combine, and a single world of disorder known as “Gyaos” is born.

Goddesses, fairies, monster girls, verse maidens, denizens of the underworld—while there is a variety of life all over, the peace in the world is preserved and the days of tranquility pass.

However, such peace is transient, as disasters have begun to occur everywhere by way of a special energy known as “Chaos Energy.”

The Chaos Energy has mutated the hearts of many, is gradually spreading, and little by little continues to eat into the world.

A certain girl named Yurina goes on a journey to collect the “Golden Fragments,” which are scattered across the land, in order to save the world from the threat of the Chaos Energy.

During her journey, she meets a girl named Neptune, who after a misunderstanding from an unfortunate first encounter, challenges Yurina to battle.

But during the battle against Neptune, the Golden Fragment held by Yurina suddenly begins to glow—.

Now, the fate of chaos is met with a major jolt.

Characters introduced in the trailer include Yurina, Kurisu, DCD, Ikusu, Mar (a merchant who travels to Gyaos, who carries various stock in trade in her backpack and denounces hagglers), and Ameil (a member of the postal service who, other than being a mailwoman, possesses a variety of information such as recent events, weather forecasts, and what kind of panties the neighboring girls have).

The trailer also previews the Prologue, Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, and Chapter 4 story scenarios.

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru is due out for PS Vita as a free-to-play title in Japan in 2017.

Watch the trailer below.

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