Megadimension Neptunia VII rated for Switch in Korea

Mainline Neptunia game seemingly set for Switch release.

Megadimension Neptunia VII

The Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea has rated Megadimension Neptunia VII for Switch.

Megadimension Neptunia VII first launched for PlayStation 4 in April 2015 in Japan, followed by February 2016 in the west. A PC version followed in July 2016.

A remake with a new battle system, new engine, and virtual reality functionality titled Megadimension Neptunia VIIR was released for PlayStation 4 in August 2017 in Japan, followed by May 2018 in the west. A PC version followed in October 2018.

Here is an overview of Megadimension Neptunia VII, via its Steam page:

About

New challengers are taking control of Gamindustri, and Neptune’s nowhere in sight. Now she’s gotta help a mysterious stranger fight a colossal new evil, reclaim her Goddess title, and find some time for pudding! Go next gen with Giant Battles, multi-worlds, and multiple storylines in this Japanese RPG!

Key Features

  • New Battle Features – Characters can link up for stronger attacks, “Parts Break” allows you to split enemies into pieces to lower their stats and disable special attacks, and “Giant Battles” impose limits that will challenge the strategist in you!
  • NEXT Mode – A second transformation is now available! You can break those big baddies into bits with NEXT mode, which features new special skills and a new costume for the CPUs!
  • Three Worlds, Three Stories – Three different story modes! With new CPUs and characters at your side, you must fight through three dimensions to save Gamindustri!
  • New Dungeon Minigame! – A homage to the classic “Spelunker,” you receive special items when you clear this dungeon under the time limit!

In related news, the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea also rated Exit the Gungeon and Fairy Knights for Switch. Exit the Gungeon is already announced to be coming to consoles and PC soon. Fairy Knights, developed by WIDStudio, is currently available for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play. The Switch version is published by CFK.

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