Summary: Gameplay / enemies / dungeons all redundant. There are no challenges (unless repetition counts). Dialogue is boring and annoying, and there is a lot of it. There are no locations to explore to speak of. Weak humor. Pervert enemy monologues. PS2 graphics. Consider PS3 Kingdom Hearts, or even PS3 Final Fantasy instead. Try not to fall asleep. Don't play this in front of your girlfriend.
Summary: so far very fun, I enjoy the battle system far more than the first game. The comedy so far is great and the characters are likeable. the free DLC on the PSN store help with any money issue you may have, but don't make the game super easy, bosses still got me till I grinded a few extra levels. Overall a fun and enjoyable experience, if you liked the first game you will like this one.
Horrible game - you can tell how little effort was put into this title
2 June 2014
Summary: I can't say a single good thing about this game. No towns to explore. The areas are dull and repetitive. The enemies are dull and repetitive. The main characters are dull and repetitive. The leveling system for your characters sucks. Very, very few cutscenes... Don't buy this garbage. No matter who you are.
After watching the show, decided to give the game a shot
17 March 2014
Summary: This game's target audience is targeted towards the geek/gamer/anime fan Pros: -The game dialogue is absolutely hilarious! There are parodies and references all over this gem. You'll find Sailor Moon, DBZ, Mario, Dead Rising, K-On!, Zelda and more referenced here -Both Jap & Eng dub are pretty good -Animations for special attacks are pretty cool to watch -Lots of free DLC -Customization combo system leaves for much experimentation -Can put your own image in the game from...
Summary: I have to confess that the original Hyperdimension Neptunia caught me by surprise. While the game was pretty bare bones and low budget, the writers and developers had a good plan laid out. Why not gently tweak the game industry itself, rather than put out another bland, turgid JRPG with the same cliches that have been omnipresent for the last 25 years? HDN didn't always work, but there was enough about it to enjoy for the 50 or so hours that JRPGS now command.
Summary: After playing the game about 50-80 hours i can never tell because i walk away sometimes. I really don't know how this became a 3 game series and an anime other than the concept that it came from. I would have liked to have given this a 2.5 stars but that isn't an option and just because it is a game that does work it will get you from start to finish but it as a whole I did not find very enjoyable.