Packed with fast-paced, turn-based RPG action, fourth-wall-breaking, trope-demolishing dialogue, and more item, weapon, and costume customization than you can shake a Lvl. 1 Stick at, Gamindustri is a world set on turning the concept of the JRPG on its head!
Previously only available on consoles, now you can immerse yourself in the zany JRPG madness of the Hyperdimension Neptunia series for the first time on PC!
Major graphical updates let you savor the true power of these Goddesses in glorious HD!
Battle with up to 3 characters on the field, with 3 more as support. Use them to perform special attacks, or swap them out at any time!
Use "Plans" to customize the game - change up enemy difficulty, dungeon treasures, and more!
Craft unique equipment imbued with one or more abilities!
©2014 IDEA FACTORY / COMPILE HEART / FELISTELLA All rights reserved. Hyperdimension Neptunia™ is a trademark of Idea Factory. Licensed to and published by Idea Factory International, Inc.
Like the other Idea Factory/Compile Heart games originally developed for handheld consoles, this is an enjoyable but low-budget JRPG developed for a niche audience. Story scenes are advanced using the format standard in Visual Novels - pasting character portraits on a background. The combat system is solid but is marred by having too many reused assets in both dungeon and enemy designs. The appeal of this game is that it is a light-hearted parody of the video game industry. It regularly breaks the 4th wall and makes fun of many cliches commonly found in video games, and those who have been gaming for a long time will have fun catching the references to classic and popular games.
It's Nep, what else it is to not buy this game and the sequel. The gameplay sure isn't that unique, since it's the same one with most of Idea Factory's JRPG, but it's still great if you don't get bored with it. The characters are well done and the art is great, but the story isn't that long, still to a perfectionist, this game will eat a lot of your times, since the grinding is hard and long. All in all, this game is great for any anime and JRPG lover, especially Neptunia fans.
Being the first and a rushed game in the franchise didn't bode well for Hyperdimension Neptunia. Duplicated enemies and dungeons, bad balance, and overall cut content. The Re;Birth of this game fixed most of its flaws, but retained some of them. If you enjoy grinding in JRPGs and funny characters that are meta aware, you should always try Nepnepping.
Where to begin....It's a UNIQUE game that likes to parody other works such as Steins;Gate, break the fourth wall, make as many jokes as possible, all while catering towards the anime fan audience. It's a JRPG game with visual novel elements in the mix. This game is part of a series of games in the Neptunia series. Nonetheless it's a fun game, with a good amount of replayability. Note: You should install the translation mod from the guide page on steam (Fixes changes in translation that affect your perspective of the characters a bit).
This game is great. The character's are well made and you'll love getting to know them. It's a tragedy and a comedy combined really. The main character loses her memory, being she's one of the 4 CPU's who are in what seems to be a never ending battle things go from a bit funny to amazingly comedic when another of the CPU's joins your party in an attempt to defeat the main character. The story line is crazy fun and actually worth reading which seems pretty rare these days. It does at least partially support an Xbox 360 controller - by partially I mean there are issues now and again but it works for the most part.
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