MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies launches April 26 in North America, April 29 in Europe

Slay hordes of zombies at Gamiacademi.

MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies

MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies will launch for PS Vita both physically and digitally on April 26 in North America and April 29 in Europe, Idea Factory International announced.

The hack ‘n’ slash Neptunia spin-off, co-developed by Tamsoft and Compile Heart, sees players fighting through hordes of zombies at the prestigious Gamiacademi, customizing character accessories, and teaming up with friends in online multiplayer.

Additionally, Idea Factory International released the first set of English screenshots. View the batch at the gallery.

Get the fact sheet below.

About

Gamicademi- a historical academy renowned for educating CPUs in the ways of humans. Despite its accolades attendance has hit an all-time low, so Blanc and friends decide to film a blockbuster zombie movie on its premises to garner more attention for the school.

Everything’s going according to keikaku until real zombies start shuffling out of the woodworks! Can they turn this undead invasion in their favor and make the best zombie flick ever, or will Gamicademi’s Dark History consume them all?

Key Features

  • Send Zombies to Detention! Take on zombie hordes with a two-person tag team, racking up crazy combos, and boost battle stats, like attack and defense, with support characters!
  • Not Another Group Project! Team up with up to 3 other friends in online Multiplay mode to take on multiplayer quests, with new quests updated daily!
  • We have a New Student… CPUs from other dimensions join the battle with their own fighting styles, including Plutia, Peashy, Uzume, and a new playable character – Tamsoft!
  • Slay ‘Em in Style! Make sure you’re dressed to kill with customizable equipment, and accessories that can be put pretty much anywhere.

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