Compile Heart Is Making A PlayStation Vita Game

By Spencer . October 9, 2012 . 9:14pm

imageCompile Heart, the Idea Factory label behind the Hyperdimension Neptunia series and Mugen Souls, is working on a PlayStation Vita title. It’s not a port either!


The game’s name appears to be Monster Monpiece. We’re going by early magazine leaks which haven’t revealed much about the gameplay.  Rub, pinch, and poke are keywords. Monster Monpiece also has over 50 artists working on it. We’re guessing this game is going to have a lot of monsters!

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  • David

    monster rancher like game maybe?

  • Alex Cattaneo

    Great plz release it on dics not digital only

  • Well crap, now I have to buy a Vita.

    Unless it doesn’t get released in English.

    • Nicholas Gatewood

      Well unlike the 3DS it’s not region-locked, so it’s still technically an option to you. I’d definitely prefer it in English if I wanted the game at all, though, so I definitely understand your sentiment. Either way, the Vita’s easily the best gaming hardware I’ve ever owned- it even beats out the $700 PC I built just under half a year ago. It really is glorious.

      • that $700 PC must be really bad…

  • Boo! Stick to concepts, get someone else to develop your games!

  • FitzpatrickPhillips

    THey should probably stick to the Vita altogether if it means they can do more with less money and FIX THEIR DAMN FRAME RATES.

  • IshimaruKaito

    so glad the vita is region-free!

  • DesmaX

    hm… That’s sounds creepy, even for CH standards.


      poked-monster (poke-mon)

  • Xerain

    A monster hunting game where you fight Giant Anime Girls?

  • Mazdian

    Yay, even more Vita games I want!

    I’m guessing the premise is: there are a ton of monsters, and the only way you can vanquish them is to rub, pinch, and poke them!

    • Not vanquish, they’re going to be too good looking to kill lol

  • Solomon_Kano

    Interest piqued.

  • Monster Hunter + One Piece + Monmusu = Monster Monpiece.

    • neetyneety

      That sounds… SPLENDID. Bring it on.

    • Add Pokemon to that and we have a deal =P

  • Asuna Ilano

    aaand another reason to get a vita

  • Kai2591

    “Rub, pinch, and poke…”
    hmm, knowing Compile Heart, this is suspicious lol~

    but “over 50 artists”???! Awesome!


    i hope the make exclusive neptunia for psvita too :D

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    Compile Heart Pokemon, Digimon or Monster Rancher style?^_^ Can’t wait many cute monster there.^_^

  • Ура, наконец-то полноценная жрпг на виту, а не какой-то скучный порт. Правда Compile Hearts>_>

  • Monster Girls maybe ? If yes, I will keep on speaking with my wallet.

  • Juan Manuel M. Suárez

    You had me at “It’s not a port either!”~.

  • HassanJamal

    I think this is gonna be interactive monster pet game but with a japanese twist of some sort. 

  • So, there will be 50 artists drawing the monster (girls)? And after that we have to train(punish) the monster (girls) that we caught by Rubbing, pinching, and poking them… Great game, can’t wait for it.

  • Halo

    @amc99:disqus : That game sounds pervert. Well, one more reason to import if that’s true. Even though i just hope this one will get localized =/.

  • I’m going to rub, pinch, and poke my way to victory befriending and training as many monster girls as possible. Watch out monster girls, AzureNovas gonna be the very best like no one ever was. =P

  • Tom_Phoenix

    Knowing Compile Heart, the monsters will actually be moe monster girls.

  • Demeanor

    Focus on creating a good game, CH, no design flaws… and don’t forget the monster girls XD

  • I’d rather have a port, to be honest. Then, at least, I know it would be something I would like.

  • Silver Cattona

    Sony, you will release this game in Canada. I command you, Release it in Canada. Or at least a English European release I can buy online since the PS Vita is Reagon Free! Thank God for that.

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