ESRB Rating Suggests Superdimension Neptunia vs. SEGA Hard Girls Will Hit PC Too

A newly minted ESRB rating seems to infer Compile Hearts’ Superdimension Neptunia vs. SEGA Hard Girls title will see a Western PC release on top of the originally intended Vita release.

The game fuses together Compile’s Neptunia franchise with SEGA’s Hard Girls, both franchises are famous for their console-themed grills. This isn’t a huge surprise as other Neptunia games have found their way to PC before but it’s always nice to see niche Japanese content land on PC — even if I’m not its target audience.

ESRB rating:

Fantasy Violence, Language, Suggestive Themes
This is a role-playing game in which players assume the role of a goddess as she travels through time to save the past from destruction. As players explore dungeon-like environments across eras, they traverse platforms, collect items, and engage in turn-based combat with various enemies. Characters use swords, magic attacks, and blaster-like weapons to defeat robots, demons, and human characters. Combat is highlighted by frequent light effects and cries of pain. Some female characters wear low-cut outfits that display cleavage and jiggling breasts. One scene, involving a talking motorcycle, contains suggestive innuendo: “[Y]ou both get to ride me at the same time. . .Those people would probably beg to be ridden by you.” The words “sh*t” and “b*tch” appear in the dialogue.
Thanks: SEGABits

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Spencer joined us in early 2015, previously a console centric gamer he switched to PC a few years ago. He later helped push for an increase in Japanese content on PC with the #SEGAPCPorts campaign. Previously he ran a SEGA fansite as well as co-hosted a gaming podcast. He thinks Duke Nukem 3D is the best FPS of all time, his text message alert on his phone is literally Duke Nukem saying “Let God sort ’em out.” Contact: Email