Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls Reviews
Fans of the Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise will absolutely adore this game, and I can say that with full confidence being one myself. Newcomers to the series may be a little lost, but they should have no issues adjusting and enjoying the game for what it is. Either way, Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls is a great addition to the series, and one that should certainly be experienced.
Overall, Superdimension Neptune vs. SEGA Hard Girls is an amazing experience. The writing in this game is some of the best in the entire series, the combat changes are a welcome refresher to the series, the music in this game is on point and, overall, IF is a kickass protagonist.
With plenty to offer for both newcomers and longtime Neptunia fans alike, Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls is a great addition to both the game’s series as well as the Vita’s lineup of games.
Superdimension Neptune vs. Sega Hard Girls is the latest instalment in the Neptune franchise, and it is probably my favorite installment to date. Vs. Sega Hard Girls sees IF finally getting the limelight, now we’re just waiting for “Gigadimension Vert: BOING in the Dungeon”, which probably isn’t going to be a thing, but we hope. The basic plot is that the world has fallen to ruin, due to constant fighting between the goddesses and the Sega Hard Girls.
If you’re a fan of the series, picking up Superdimension is a no-brainer. If you’ve new to it, though, I’d say this title is a pretty good entry point.
Superdimension Neptune vs. Sega Hardgirls is the latest installment in the Neptunia franchise making its way to PC. As a cross-over between the Sega Hardgirls and Neptunia franchises, we see IF finally taking a spotlight role. Drawing from the Neptunia format with revamped combat and exploration, be prepared for a pleasant surprise on the classic Neptunia system.
once you get used to the way the game wants you to play, get used to the framerate, and the camera, and start to understand more and more of the game, the more you grow to enjoy it - I loved getting new skills to see the flashy new costumes and animations, and love the feeling of slaughtering my foes, and, whilst I didn't find any sort of boss battle in the few hours I had with the game, I'd love to see where the game goes nearing it's middle, and ending chapters. With loveable characters, comical writing, enthusiastic voice acting, addicting gameplay and easy-to-pick-up nature of the game, Megadimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls is a different type of game than what you may be accustomed to, and might help you to shake up the mix, to try and get you to play something new.
Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls is nothing else than a pretty big overhaul/extension of an already beloved series. Adding not only more interesting and diverse areas but also new ways of exploring them, allowing for a way better level design and visual diversity. In combination with the extended battle system and well-known silly, yet adorable plot, it may very well be the strongest entry in the series to date, no matter how grindful it still is.
The open-ended structure is interesting, but the boring missions and lack of interaction between the extended cast make it an experiment that doesn't quite work out, especially when the inclusion of the Sega Hard Girls themselves feels like wasted potential. For as brainless as it is, the battle system is fun and the game flows well. It's forgettable, but at least you'll get some laughs out of it.