Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru details Kurisu and Protagonist; Chaos Ram, Rom, and White Heart artwork

The latest on the free-to-play PS Vita card battle RPG.

Compile Heart has updated the Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru official website with details on the free-to-play PS Vita card battle RPG’s Kurisu and Protagonist characters, as well as with artworks of Ram, Rom, and White Heart in their Chaos forms.

Get the details below.

■ Characters

Kurisu (voiced by Rika Momokawa, illustrated by Nanoha)

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru

A small machine life-form that travels alongside Yurina. She’s a high-spirited character that serves as both the funny man and the straight man. According to herself, she has an attractive feminine body. She is able to grant a special power to those she forms a contract with, and Yurina is her first contract partner. She is able to make use of a self-defense function to absorb Chaos Energy, but because of her specs, it can only be done for a single person. The periodically absorbed Chaos Energy seems to be discharged and filled into a bottle.

Protagonist

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru

The protagonist (player). A character who appears in the world of Gyaos by the radiance of the Golden Fragments possessed by Yurina. In seeking a way to return to their original world, the protagonist travels with Yurina. According to Yurina, the protagonist has a taciturn personality.

■ Chaos Characters

Below are the Chaos versions of White Sister Rom (illustated by Macco), White Heart (illustrated by Sunao Minakata), and White Sister Ram (illustrated by Baku Mikage), all from the Neptunia series.

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru

If you missed it, previous updates covered the game’s Golden Fragments and Chaos Energy, Prologue and Chapter 1 scenarios, Chaos characters, story, and regular characters.

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru is due out for PS Vita in Japan in 2016.

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