Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth2 will be released in North America and Europe
The physical and digital copies will be out in early 2015. The game is a remake of the PS3 game Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 and will feature both English and Japanese voiceovers.
The western version of first game Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 is hitting the stores soon. Pre-order now!
Zelda and Animal Crossing DLCs for Mario Kart 8
The Zelda pack will contain Link, Tanooki Mario, and Cat Peach as playable characters while the Animal Crossing will have Dry Browser, Villager, and Isabelle. Each pack also introduces four vehicles and eight courses. And if you purchase the bundle, you will receive eight new colors for Yoshi and Shy Guy which you can access right away.
The Zelda DLC will be out in November 2015; Animal Crossing DLC in May 2015. Available for pre-order.
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Girls from Danganronpa series are featured in World Uniform: Costume Fes
World Uniform: Costume FES is Spike Chunsoft’s free-to-play Vita title. Players of World Uniform pick from one of three sides in school uniforms, business attire or maid outfits to battle it out for supremacy after a virus has wiped out every male on the planet.
Which RPG job class suits you best?
Imagine if you are transported to a RPG game world, which job class will be best suited for your play style? Ninja Detective identifies the traits linked to the five common job classes in RPG games!
The Warrior, also known as Fighter, is distinguished by its high attack stats and great combat skills. Usually the one who is dishing out the attacks at the front line, the Warrior is a fearless risk-taker whose aim is to attack and vanquish as many enemies with his/her raw strength and skill.
A person is suited for the Warrior class has to have a penchant for violence and gore, and is not afraid of seeing blood. Adrenaline drives this class so if you are someone who excels in the heat of action, this class may be the one for you. A certain level of sadism and insanity is also needed as you will be attacking the crap out of enemies while suffering much damage and injuries yourself, sometimes to the point of death. A Warrior needs to be able to stare death in its face and still charge ahead while trusting that your Healer friends will definitely save you.
So as a Warrior, you need have the guts to stand at the front line, the necessary physical strength and combat skills, and a liking for gore and blood.
The Thief is stealthy and dexterous & he/she is able to perform melee or ranged combat. Agility and evasion are synonymous with this job class. The Thief is also known for their special skill of theft (duh!) which can bring about great rewards.
Do you prefer using underhand methods to fighting headlong? Well, the Thief class may be the one for you! Instead of fighting with raw strength, the Thief would rather outwit his/her opponent. The preferred way for a Thief to win a fight is to defeat the enemies without them realizing! You need to be sneaky, imaginative and have a penchant for despicable methods to be a thief.
A heavy magic user, the Mage does not rely on raw strength but rather he draws from the gift (or the MP) inside. The abilities to dish out huge damages and also to tackle the enemy’s specific weakness make the Mage a great attacker. However, the Mage’s low physical defence and reliance on MP means he needs to stay off the front line.
If you like attacking enemies and seeing them perish but just not be inside the mess, the Mage class could be the one for you. And if you always have a fascination with spells, lores, elements and whatever magical, that’s another sign that this class could work for you!
A Healer is just like a Mage except instead of roasting/freezing/poisoning the enemies, the Healer focuses on healing and supporting his/her party. The Healer is definitely one who needs to stay off the frontline as on top of low physical defence, the Healer usually has low magic attack. Still, healers are popular as they are needed in almost every party.
If you prefer giving rather than taking life, the Healer class could be the one for you. A Healer is a support class so if you prefer being there for your friends instead of rushing out to the front for the kill, consider the Healer class.
The Knight is a blend of Warrior and Healer but with no magic. He can attack while taking on a support role. Known for high physical defence, the Knight is often seen taking the blunt of the enemies’ attack, giving his teammates a chance to sneak in the counterattacks.
The Knight is someone who puts others before himself/herself, and is not afraid of sacrificing himself/herself for the greater good (hopefully he can respawn). Adept with attacks and defences, the Knight is a valuable member of the party. If you are someone who believes in the greater good, upholding honor and morals, you should look no further than the Knight class. Unlike the Thief who has no qualms turning to despicable means, the Knight will only fight fair.
These are the basic five classes found in most of the RPGs. Which RPG class best suits your playing style? Which class do you normally play as?