Neptunia Virtual Stars details Video Battler

Generate items from videos.

Compile Heart has updated the official website for Neptunia Virtual Stars with details on the game’s “Video Battler” system.

Get the details below.

Online Feature: Video Battler

“Video Battler” is a hyperdimensional system that lets you generate items from Internet videos and recorded BeatTik videos. Simply select a video to generate an item card. The item you get depends on the video!

—Select your favorite genre from eight categories. Then select the video that you want to generate an item from. An item will be generated from the video you selected.

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Over 300 Yabakore Cards to Collect

Collect the items you obtain in the Video Battle system as “Yabakore Cards.” There are over 300 cards. Try to collect them all.

—There are over 300 cards, from Compile Heart character cards to MoE Accessory cards, BeatTik cards, item cards, and follow item cards.

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Record BeatTik Dance Videos

You can record a BeatTik video by switching recording mode to “ON.” Even if you are playing offline, you can still utilize the Video Battler system to generate items by using your personally recorded videos.

—Turn on recording mode. By doing that, even offline users can enjoy the Video Battler system.

Neptunia Virtual Stars

Neptunia Virtual Stars is due out for PlayStation 4 on August 6 in Japan and in 2021 in North America and Europe. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Watch the opening movie here.

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