With this DLC you will receive the following contents.
*To get the above the Coliseum must be available.
*Additional dungeons must be unlocked with Plans for the quest.
This DLC seems to be a basic staple of the Neptunia Re:Birth series for the first two games which has three Additional Content Packs each. While they aren?t necessary to purchase unless you either want to master the Coliseum or get everything related to the game, they can be kind of nice for powering up your party thanks to the level cap increase of 300. PROS -Level Cap Increase of 300 which is accumulative when combined with the other two Additional Content packs to a total of a level increase of 900. -New plans for adding the dungeon: Night?s Dimension. -New Plans for adding super enemies in Millennium Labryinth and Uwii Ruins. -New Plans for the ornament: CPU Ring. -New Rank C and E quest. -New Coliseum battle. -Cost is only $0.99. CONS -Only really needed if you want everything in the game or plan to master the Coliseum. -It cost $0.99. While you really don?t need this for the main game, it can be nice to have.
Additional Content Pack 2 increases the level cap for characters by another 300, adds the new dungeon Nights' Dimension, allows you to add super enemies to more areas, and adds the two quests To Say Farewell and Proof of the Wild to the game. The content is good for the players that like to grind out the maximum levels and best equipment for their characters, even if it is not needed in order to finish the main game. The new dungeon and more difficult enemies will require you to spend some time gaining and making use of the increased level cap. It's not really content I enjoy as I play RPGs more for story and characters but it is a low priced DLC that fans of leveling will likely enjoy.
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