Ready your controllers: two more Idea Factory games are heading to PC

2 mins read

News by Lindsay M.

Following the release patterns of its latest titles, Idea Factory is bringing to more PlayStation Vita games to PC via Steam. MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies and Trillion: God of Destruction will both be coming to the selling platform before the end of 2016, ending their time as Vita “exclusive” titles.

Related reading: Some, er, revealing screens from Trillion: God of Destruction.

MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies brought former Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise underdog Blanc to the forefront. Idea Factory teamed with Tamsoft for the brawler, which is as full of fanservice as you could ever imagine (or hope for). MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies gives me renewed hope for the game’s severely under-utilised multiplayer mode. Given the game’s “niche nature”, and likely also the PS Vita platform usage as a whole, it’s never been especially easy for multiplayer action — a must in any brawler. With the game coming to PC, it opens itself up to a much larger audience.

My excitement over Trillion: God of Destruction to Steam is purely selfish, as I am yet to indulge my want for a PS Vita but have been drooling over the game from its announcement onward. It’s an Idea Factory game not in the Hyperdimension universe; actually, in Matt referred to it as playing more like a Nippon Ichi game rather than one from Idea Factory due to its thematic elements and irreverent humour. There is a good amount of strategy involved, as the player chooses one of six Overlords to train and choosing one task for her each day in attempt to make her strong enough for battle a boss with an impossibly large number of hit points.

We’ll keep you in the loop when we hear about a specific release date for these titles, as well as any PC-exclusive features that may pop up along the way!

– Lindsay M.
News Editor

This is the bio under which all legacy articles are published (as in the 12,000-odd, before we moved to the new Website and platform). This is not a member of the DDNet Team. Please see the article's text for byline attribution.

Previous Story

Review: Adventure Bar Labyrinth (Nintendo 3DS)

Next Story


Latest Articles