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Hyperdimension Neptunia MKII – First Impressions

I'll buy you, Falcom-chan! I'll definitely...!

I wasn’t going to buy any games before Tales of Graces because I known I’ll be hooked on that and any game I buy before then will just get chucked to the backlog, yet here I am, with a game for the same console as Graces, bought a week before it releases. I enjoyed Neptunia for them cute girls and game references despite its glaring gameplay flaws, but its sequel certainly wasn’t on my buy-within-first-week-of-release list. I was supposed to be attempting to clear some of my backlog before Graces, but those cute girls were just sitting on the shelf at GameStop, tempting me with their big eyes! And so I laid down the $50 bucks for the moe (there are plenty of humans who claim that moe character designs have no influence on their game-buying decisions because they’re not into little girls, but I am not one of them).

I’m 10 hours in, at Chapter 3, and my god this is such an improvement over the first Neptunia that I actually love getting into battles and fighting bosses! Importers weren’t kidding when they said MK2 was heaps better than the first game, in multiple departments.

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Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia

System: PS3
Language: English
Developer: Compile Heart
Localizer: NIS America
Year: 2011 (NA), 2010 (JP)

Being someone who frequents internet forums and such, I knew of the problems surrounding this game from all the bashing and passed on HDN when I saw it in stores. My friend got me this game for Christmas, and I decided to try it out, seeing that I had free time and the girls were hot.

I don’t regret spending time with Neptunia at all. It’s not a great game or anything, the gameplay is pretty mediocre and flawed to be honest, but Neptunia turned out very enjoyable in comparison to what gaming forums wanted me to believe. Maybe it’s because I’ve actually played a shitty RPG called Lunar Dragon Song and Neptunia is heaps better than that thing.

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