Next "Neptunia" Project Aims to Exceed Expectations By 1,000 Percent
There’s a lot going on at Compile Heart lately, with the company making some big plans for both the Neptunia series and original properties. In a recent interview with Dengeki PlayStation magazine, Compile Heart president Norihisa Kochiwa touched on these and other topics, promising that the new Neptunia project will exceed everyone’s expectations by 1,000 percent.
While Compile Heart wants to keep up with the demands of users, they’re mostly concentrating on PlayStation 4 development at the moment. They won’t ignore mobile, however. They’re currently working on LINE stamps, and they’d like to bring out an app that turns the characters of legendary manga author Osamu Tezuka into heroines.
Beyond these plans and the new Neptunia project, Compile Heart has a completely original title in the works. According to Kochiwa, this RPG will deliver something different than your average Compile Heart game, including “legacy-feeling visuals” and sorrowful music.
And hey, if you’re in Japan and have the knowledge and talent to work in the industry, Compile Heart does year-round recruiting. They’re even interested in hiring and developing those without much experience, promising a system that lets you learn along the way.