Chaos;Head Noah Characters Show Up In Vita Dungeon RPG

By Spencer . April 25, 2014 . 2:45am

image Dungeon RPG developer Experience is working with 5pb, the visual novel developer behind Steins;Gate and Liberation Maiden Sin. 5pb will publish Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss and first print copies include a code that adds character portraits of the six heroines from Chaos;Head Noah into the game.


Experience had a similar crossover when Demon Gaze was released in the West. The Western version and Demon Gaze: Global Edition has cameos from Nippon Ichi Software’s Disgaea series.


Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss is slated for release on July 24 in Japan.

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  • DAT Bird From DAT Cage

    Whoah, I misread and thought it may show up in NA -_- damn me

    • Xerain

      Not saying it will, but the game’s not even out yet in Japan, so it is a possibly we will eventually get it here. Probably based on Demon Gaze’s Sales. And Steins;Gate’s sales.

      • DAT Bird From DAT Cage

        I going to be honest and say I didn’t pick up Demon Gaze although the LE looked enticing. The character designs just looked awful to me and I’m a cyberpunkish junkie.
        So this game is set in the modern/future? And I feel the character designs are given a higher budget in this game too.

        Am I wrong to want this game to be localized if I didn’t buy Demon Gaze? :(

        • Hexodious

          Some what. More supporters means more possibilities.

        • Xerain

          I have both Steins;Gate and Demon Gaze LE. I can easily excuse someone for not picking up Demon’s Gaze, as there are a lot of games coming out right now.

          However not grabbing the Steins;Gate LE, assuming you don’t already have it, is unacceptable.

          • DAT Bird From DAT Cage

            I didn’t know what Steins Gate was until 41 minutes ago when your replied me! I looked it up and it seemed like some Visual Novel game… and it’s going to be released on the PC? -_-” I have never played a VN before… not sure if it’s a genre that will entice me but I do have my sights set on Mind Zero and XBlaze – they seem to have combat elements within the VN style – which entices me a lot! :D

            Too bad Mind Zero has no LE because I will order multiple copies of it for sealed collection. The Cyberpunk/modern setting really really engages me…

            Sorry about Steins Gate, I now know what it is thank to you ^_^

          • I-e-on

            xblaze doesnt have any combat elements, its just really stylish

          • Xerain

            You can buy it on J-List. Do it now, before it’s too late.
            The future of the modern world setting depends on you, Robot Princess!

          • Juan Andrés Valencia

            For beginner VN’s I’d suggest Saya No Uta, Steins;Gate, Yume Miru Kusuri, Planetarian, Kana: Imouto, Katawa Shoujo, Kara No Shoujo and Narcissu.

            Some of them have h-scenes so I wouldn’t play them during a family reunion if I were you. And most of them can be acquired on J-List, Manga Gamer, Rightstuf, Play-Asia or even Steam. It’s not the most accessible genre so I’d suggest starting with those instead of Fate/Stay Night or Grisaia No Kajitsu.

          • darke

            Excuse: “I want more game, to my game, then clicking ‘next’ and making a choice once every now and again.”

            Honestly I love novels, but if I’m forced to interact, I’d like it to be meaningful, so a VN with actual gameplay is preferred.

        • Shippoyasha

          I think you might be missing one of the class acts of the dungeon crawl genre with Demon Gaze.

          It just has this feel that it’s a true standout of the genre, and I played a LOT of games like it the past decade. That being said, it’s understandable if the art is not to everyone’s liking.

  • Kornelious

    Though that was a localization at first…But I doubt it’s too far away :)

  • 324234

    Chaos;Head Noah in english please.. /heartbreak

    • Juan Andrés Valencia

      Ask JAST USA. I think they have a licensing contract with Nitro+ but the problem is that they barely do any advertising, just until recently Steins-Gate popped up in gaming websites. Hardcore Gamer (Who also reviewed Saya No Uta) and in Metacritic on the front page, next to Dark Souls II for the PC and close to that game’s score (About 86). I think they need help from someone like Aksys or Atlus to get them into the console market.

      At worst, I’ve heard it’s not a particularly complex VN in terms on japanese (At least compared to Cross Channel, Fate/Stay Night or YU-NO) so you could learn the language and import the game. It’s not as easy as just buying but there are choices out there.

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