Summary: First off..... If you don't like anime..... you shouldn't be here. If you dislike turn based combat..... you shouldn't be here If you think all games need to be super cereal and gritty.... you shouldn't be here If you refuse to play as female characters....
Summary: If you enjoy JRPG's you will enjoy this game, if you don't enjoy anime or JRPG's don't bother spending your money on this game. I own all the previous Neptunia games and I have watched the animated series.
Summary: Adore Games with empathy for the characters The Japanese fantasy is very beautiful, and gives a good impression The best I have saliva when it is in the level of development note Game you need a little development to become a series of play
Summary: The story line is really funny and cute, I do like the combat system it just gets a little repetitive after a while. The game is really colorful and pretty to look at even if the graphics aren't anything awesome.
Summary: Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory is a step up from Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2. The most important thing, in my opinion, is that the disgusting white and black text box and the 3d models from Mk2 are gone during dialogue sections. We're back to our nice 2D sprites.
Summary: The Hyperdimension Neptunia series is a strange one indeed. Despite the relatively constant panning it receives from most mainstream gaming sites and video game “journalists”, the series continues on and has garnered itself quite the cult following in the process.
Summary: You've gotta give the folks at Compile Heart and Idea Factory credit- each installment in this series is a massive improvement over the previous one. The first was hot garbage, the second was mediocre, and this one is actually fairly decent.