Goddesses and Vtubers unite to save the world in Neptunia Virtual Stars, out now in Europe
Publisher IFI today announced that Neptunia Virtual Stars is now available for the PlayStation 4 in Europe. A PC version of the game will follow on Steam on March 29.
Released earlier this week in North America, the game sees the rising Vtubers, Me and You, members of MEWTRAL, join forces with the Goddesses of Gamindustri: Neptune, Noire, Blanc, and Vert to save the planet Emote from the Content destroyers known as Antis.
Want to see what’s in store in Idea Factory International‘s latest adventure? Check out the trailer below:
Here’s a list of key features courtesy of the publisher:
“Switch Up & Keep Movin’ – Seamlessly switch perspectives between the four Goddesses & playable V-Idols in fast-paced hack ‘n’ slash battles. Rock enemies with lightning-fast combos and glide across the map to dodge incoming attacks.
Feel the BeatTik Rhythm – Keep tempo in the BeatTik rhythm game! Accessorize your favorite characters and have them groove to your favorite Neptunia Virtual Stars tracks. Record your BeatTik performance, then use the video on the Video Battler section to unlock unique items, songs, and even more dance moves!
Take your EMOtions to Overdrive – The Emotional Overdrive special attack can bring the Goddesses and V-Idols to a harmonious victory. Fill up the Emote Gauge to activate your Emotional Overdrive and watch the V-Idols come to life. You may even find yourself receiving extra loot for your stunning performance!
Rescue a Vtuber, Save the Planet – Find and save the Vtubers scattered throughout Virtualand! Do you find yourself falling flat in battle? With the Guest Connect System, Vtubers can support you with their special powers to topple any enemy!”
Both the PS4 and Steam versions of Neptunia Virtual Stars will only include Japanese voice tracks with English Subtitles. Japanese and traditional Chinese subtitles will also be available in the Steam release.
Want an in-depth look at the game? If so, you’re in luck. Go ahead and check out our Neptunia Virtual Stars review.
So, do you plan on picking up IFI’s latest industry-parodying adventure? If so, be sure to let us know in the comments below.