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NIS America Announces Three
Generation of Chaos VI, Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, and Persona 4: Golden (PAL) are all on the way.
09.21.12 - 12:06 AM

As they've done during the past couple of Tokyo Game Shows, NIS America announced a few more localizations for North American and PAL territories at this year's event.

The first and most predictable is Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, released just weeks ago in Japan as Neptune V. The third title in Idea Factory and Compile Heart's PlayStation 3 RPG series takes Gameindustri and protagonist Neptune to another dimension - one back in the '80s - so that you can fight a group of villains calling themselves the Seven Sages. Players will get to move around in battle, send scouts ahead to determine what kind of loot and enemies you'll discover, string together more combos and burn 'discs' in order to equip skills. Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory will release in North America and Europe in spring 2013.

Generation of Chaos VI, a downloadable PSP title, will also be reaching our shores next year. Renamed to Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection, this strategy RPG was jointly developed by Sting and Idea Factory. The story follows a disease-stricken girl named Yuri and her protective brother Claude who search their barren wasteland of a home for a cure - but, as with many RPGs, wind up having to save the world. Generation of Chaos: Pandora's Reflection will be available on PSN (again, in both North America and Europe) in February 2013.

Finally, Persona 4: Golden will be published by NISA in PAL territories. The Vita update of the beloved PlayStation 2 RPG adds a new character, all sorts of new content and updated visuals. While Atlus USA is bringing the title to North American Vitas in late November, European and PAL territories will have to wait until spring 2013.

Be sure to check out our galleries for the newest screens and art of all three below, however, only Persona 4: Golden's will have English screenshots. Stay tuned to RPGFan for more on these and other NISA titles!


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