PlayStation Vita

Net High Will Release In Japan This November For PlayStation Vita



Marvelous are working on a new PlayStation Vita title called Net High that involves exposing the lies behind “fake internet people” by blowing them up in social media battles. Famitsu shares the latest details on the upcoming game.



The ultimate underground idols, known as “Kamen Joshi” (Masked Girls) have been announced as the hyper executive supporters for Net High, and have been tasked with creating the game’s main song.


As part of a collaboration of Net High and Kamen Joshi, first-print copies of the game will include a special “Net High X Kamen Joshi Executive Supporters Card” done by character designer Koutaro Sugi.


Additionally, the first-print bonus also includes a three custom themes for the PlayStation Vita that shows the characters of Net High and the girls from Kamen Joshi as a downloadable code.


To give you a better idea of what Net High is about, most of the people in the world go online, but for some strange reason, there are some that are satisfied without ever going  online. There’s something strange about these “IRL people,” and it’ll be your job to expose the truths behind their lies. You can read more about it in our earlier report.


Net High will release in Japan on November 26, 2015 for PlayStation Vita.

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