Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters Releasing for Switch in Japan August 2023; Playable Maho & Anri + Photo Mode Manga Features

Developer Compile Heart has announced that their action JRPG Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters will launch for Nintendo Switch in Japan on August 10, 2023. This version of the title will have the new characters Maho and Anri playable, though the story will remain identical. Additionally, the Photo Mode will be enhanced with manga-like options.

Screenshots of these new features are viewable via our gallery below:

Additionally, the title will have a physical double package with the recently announced Hyperdimension Neptunia GameMaker R:Evolution, as well as a limited edition with an art book, soundtrack, and a message written from Nepgear’s perspective.

Thanks to Gematsu for spotting this news.

UPDATE 4/25/2023: Retailer bonuses have been unveiled via the official website, such as posters and tapestries. Some of the new artwork featured as part of these bonuses is viewable via our gallery below:

Neptunia: Sisters vs. Sisters stars the Goddess Candidates, who are sent out to investigate a laboratory. It was there that they found the “Ashen Goddess,” who trapped them in a deep sleep capsule—by the time they awoke, two years had already passed. Now, The latest smartphone, the “rPhone,” dominates the market, and Neptune has been missing since she left for the PC Continent, leaving Planeptune ravaged by a new phenomenon, the Trendi Outbreaks.

During gameplay, players can create combos, customize their characters with various accessories, explore a Chirper social network to accept side quests and assemble three-member teams to fight against enemies.

You can view the Nintendo Switch announcement trailer for Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters in Japan below:

Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Steam in the West.

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