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‘Hyperdimension Neptunia’ Anime Cast Revealed

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Hyperdimension Neptunia
Hyperdimension Neptunia

FUNimation has some new casting information available this weekend for an upcoming series from them with the 2013 anime series Hyperdimension Neptunia. The series is scheduled for a June 9th, 2015 release from FUNimation and the English language adaptation is working the same cast as the video games that we’ve seen. Mike McFarland is on board as the ADR director and the cast for the series includes:

Melissa Fahn as Neptune
Erin Fitzgerald as Noire
Tara Platt as Vert
Wendee Lee as Blanc
Christine Marie Cabanos as Nepgear
Sarah Williams as Uni
Shelby Lindley as Ram
Carrie Keranen as Rom
Stephanie Sheh as Histoire
Megan Shipman as If
Cristina Vee as Compa
Cherami Leigh as Plutia
Tia Ballard as Peashy
Morgan Garrett as Rei
Laura Post as Arfoire
Sara Ragsdale as Warechu
David Vincent as Anonydeath
Josh Grelle as Trick
Morgan Berry as Underling
Caitlin Glass as 5pb.
Stephanie Sheh as Abnes
Whitney Rodgers as Setag

No English language trailer is available for the series yet.

FUNimation previously streamed the series that was produced by David Production and ties in with the videogames of the same name, some of which NIS America is releasing. The series was directed by Masahiro Mukai based on scripts by Shogo Yasukawa and character designs by Hitomi Takechi.

Plot concept: Welcome to Gamindustri, a fantastical world where all your favorite video game consoles come to life! Neptune and her fellow Goddesses rule the four kingdoms of Lastation, Leanbox, Lowee, and Planeptune – but their royal duties often take a backseat to their obsession with gaming. When their button-mashing shenanigans are interrupted by rampaging monsters, hacker attacks, and killer eggplants, the goddesses must transform into stronger, sexier versions of themselves and fight for their right to game! The bosses get tougher as the game goes on, and the girls will have to work together in order to defeat a bewitching goddess of piracy, an anonymous master hacker, and an evil CPU hell-bent on destroying everything in her path – using any cheat code necessary!

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