This Year's Most Bizarre Gaming Cameo

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Hyperdimension Neptunia, a game that should have been more exciting, is getting a sequel. With very young girls. And Keiji Inafune.

In 2010, Keiji Inafune, best known for his work on Mega Man and Dead Rising, became an internet iconic in Japan. He's opinionated and quotable. That's not all—he appears to be a summons in an upcoming game.

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A recent Japanese magazine article shows images of Inafune in the game and lists him as "a human weapon".

Keiji Inafune isn't just a game designer. He's a human weapon, out to save the Japanese game industry, which he famously said was "dead" back in 2009.

Hyperdimension Neptuna mk.2 goes on sale this August in Japan, Keiji Inafune cameo, young girls and all.

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Illustration for article titled This Years Most Bizarre Gaming Cameo

【ネプテューヌmk2】 『稲船敬二』人間兵器デビュー 【ドンナハンダンダ・ノヴァ】 [オレ的ゲーム速報@刃]

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vincentgrey-old
VincentGrey

When he said the Japanese gaming industry was dead, im sure this game and its kind was something he was probably talking about.....oh, the irony!