Begin summon! Neptune V delivers some pictures and a site

Apr 19 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

The summoning has officially begun as Neptune V aka Neptune Victory unleashes the cards that are going to be put into play. Since Neptune V is going to be different from the first two game, the game is going to take place during the 80s. This might also open the doors to give players the chance to fight along side women that are parodies of the retro gaming consoles. 

Judging from the first batch of images, this might be a "what if" scenario if a Sony and a Microsoft console existed in the 80s, since there is a picture of one of the girls that looks like a parody of a Sony system. Whatever kind of silly premise is in the works, I can't wait to hear more about it. 

You can expect the summoning to be completed during the summer, and lets hope that a ritual will be prepared for the west. While you are here, you can check out the Website that has been summoned for you. Be sure to take a look at the screenshots below, which seem to have gone through an improvement.

[via Andriasang]

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