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Neutopia
Publisher:
PC Engine
Hudson Soft
TurboGrafx-16
NEC
Developer:
System(s): PC Engine, TurboGrafx-16, Virtual Console (Wii, Wii U)
Genre: RPG































Release Date RRP Code
PC Engine
JP
¥5,800 HC89022



TurboGrafx-16
US
$? TGX030029



Virtual Console JP 600 points ?
Virtual Console US ? points ?
Virtual Console EU ? points ?
Virtual Console AU ? points ?



Wii U Virtual Console
JP
¥600 ?
Wii U Virtual Console
US
$5.99 ?
Wii U Virtual Console
EU
£5.39 €5.99 ?




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Neutopia, known as Neutopia: Frey no Shou (ニュートピア フレイの章) in Japan, is an action RPG game for the PC Engine and TurboGrafx-16.

Production credits

  • Directed by: Isamu Izumi
  • Chief Programmer: Kouji Kaneta
  • Assistant Programmer: Masato Tobisawa, Toshiro Kondo
  • Chief Designer: Akinobu Sekiguchi
  • Graphic designer: Akihiko Azuma, Yasue Oikawa
  • Music by: Tomotsune Maeno
  • Sound Effects: Toshiaki Takimoto
  • Game Designer #1: Keigo Yasuda
  • Game Designer #2: Hiroki Shimada
  • Game Designer #3: Toshiyuki Takatsu
  • Scenario Adviser: Kouji Arai & Tadayuki Kawada
  • Thanks to: Toshiharu Ura & Hecter Oyama
  • Special thanks to: Hidetoshi Endo
  • Presented by: (C) 1989 Hudson Soft
The End
(C) 1989 Hudson Soft
Source: In-game credits (JP)


Magazine articles

Main article: Neutopia/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

PC Engine version

PC Engine, JP
Neutopia PCE JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
Neutopia PCE HuCard JP Manual.pdf
Manual

TurboGrafx-16 version

TurboGrafx-16, US

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
PC Engine
CRC32 9C49EF11
MD5 08AE173878D8A3783FA35E80C99A5DC4
SHA-1 338E0FA3DA1DF9CC2F3AC30FAA67467C74B6CB07
393,216 Card (JP)
PC Engine
CRC32 A9A94E1B
MD5 EB0789088FC70BE42B2F994C1B66BE21
SHA-1 95D5FDBD6C9D6DA2F288312309C2BADD92F89CF4
393,216 Card (US)

External links

  • Neutopia on Nintendo eShop (Wii U): JP, US, UK

References