PS4 Exclusive Megadimension Neptunia VIIR Gets New Trailer Showing Adorable Opening Video

Compile Heart shows the opening cutscene of Megadimension Neptunia VIIR in a new trailer.

on July 12, 2017 11:02 PM

Compile Heart just a released a brand new trailer of its upcoming JRPG Megadimension Neptunia VIIR.

The trailer showcases the opening cutscene of the game, including the theme song “Starting Days !!” performed by Ayu and composed by Mayu Miyazaki.

Incidentally, the developer also announced the inclusion of If, Histoire, Compa and Chuko in the already rich cast.

Of course, all of your favorite waifus from the Neptunia universe will be in the game, that also features a room that lets you interact with them, compatible with PlayStation VR.

It’s worth mentioning that while Sony Interactive Entertainment’s headset will be supported, it won’t be required to play the game, and you can still enjoy it as usual on the screen of your TV.

The game will launch in Japan on August 24th, with no western release announced just yet. That said, producer Naoko Mizuno tentatively expressed the will to localize it in our own interview from Anime Expo. You should read it, as it includes a lot of interesting details about the series.

Megadimension Neptunia VIIR was developed using Silicon Studio’s game engine Orochi 4 and rendering engine Mizuchi, that are also the base for the newly-announced JRPG Death end re;Quest.

You can check out the video below, and if you want to see more, you can watch a gameplay trailer, even more gameplay, and a batch of sexy illustrations.

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