Reviews and Problems with Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory
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Chris Z. Samaripa "Zion", Amazon
4 October 2013
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. As far as the series goes this is not my favorite game, but it is a solid self standing chapter in the universe.
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. Overall I think this game is for a specific group of people who would actually like it, I would suggest to go look at reviews on YouTube if you aren't sure to get a better feel of the gameplay.
Summary: GOOD: Great Battle System, Funny Dialogue/Story, Scout System, Improved Frame-Rate, Tough Boss Fights, Multiple Endings, Dual Audio BAD: Designs for dungeons, baddies, weapons, costumes, etc reused from previous games :: Slow and excessively grindy start, cliche alt universe ploy. The third game in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series takes everything that we loved from the first two and gives us plenty more to enjoy!
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. Considering how lackluster games in this genre have been for this entire console generation, that faint glimmer of quality makes this a must-own for fans of the genre by default.
Summary: Hyperdimension Neptunia is a series that from the start has had hilarious writing and fleshed out character personalities and this latest installment is no different. Being a direct sequel to HDN Mk2 the characters return though this time Neptune is back in the main role over Nepgear while many new characters are introduced, just as funny and well-written as ever.
Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory (PS3): A victorious return to the console wars
9 May 2013
Summary: Another day, another review and another video game sequel. With the current console generation dwindling to a close it really feels like developers are playing things safe by releasing follow-ups to established intellectual properties. This time round I am checking out Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, the third game in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series.
Pros: Funny video game themed jokes, many hours of content for JRPG grinding junkies.
Cons: The English language version is missing a lot of voice-overs, difficulty spikes will frustrate some.
Summary: I love the hyperdimension games, the first will always be my favourite. My only problem with this game is the little voice acting in it, it seems like it is a bit lazy with scenes making them rather dull to sit through and when there is VA the mouths don't always move on the characters which seems rather lazy too. Other than that this game has an amazing battle system, wonderful graphics and overall is very fun to play.