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Hyperdimension Neptunia x SeHa Girls Crossover Someone traslate the name please

#31 User is offline Jimmy Hedgehog 

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View PostRaivop, on 19 October 2016 - 11:38 AM, said:

Sorry for a necro, but I might as well ask this here: Is it Neptunia ReBirth 1 worth checking out? I'm having a sRPG (damn you Disgaea) burnout and I'm in a mood to try out something more typical, but crazy jRPG experience, and Neptunia seems to be the right antidote for my case. While I have heard the Neptunia series is somewhat grindy, I can deal with it. Steam's user reviews seems really positive in this one, but I still want to ask/know your opinion.

Oh, and being more in-topic, Superdimension Neptunia x Sega Hard Girls gets released in EU PSN Store in 21th October. (But chances are you guys may have known this already.)

The Re;Birth set are remakes of the first 3 games, and as such are based on an improved version of the 3rd game's engine. I've loved the series, and Re;Birth1 is only really grindy at one or two particular parts. Other than that the only grinding that comes to mind is optional grinding for materials to makes things/get achievements. Definitely worth checking out though they'll very likely go on sale in the holiday season, they always do (Usually 50% off for the Re;Birth games) and are absolutely worth the price.

On the other hand, if you're looking for something a little more stand-alone and not part of a (now rather big) series, Fairy Fencer F might be a bit more up your alley. Same creators, similar overall style of gameplay but with its own twists.

Following on from my previous post, the Blanc + Neptune spinoff came to Steam little over 2 weeks ago, VII came to PC a few months back, and the game the topic is about has PC listed on its ESRB page, which has been the giveaway for previous titles that it's coming to PC.
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#32 User is offline Raivop 

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View PostJimmy Hedgehog, on 19 October 2016 - 12:24 PM, said:

The Re;Birth set are remakes of the first 3 games, and as such are based on an improved version of the 3rd game's engine. I've loved the series, and Re;Birth1 is only really grindy at one or two particular parts. Other than that the only grinding that comes to mind is optional grinding for materials to makes things/get achievements. Definitely worth checking out though they'll very likely go on sale in the holiday season, they always do (Usually 50% off for the Re;Birth games) and are absolutely worth the price.

On the other hand, if you're looking for something a little more stand-alone and not part of a (now rather big) series, Fairy Fencer F might be a bit more up your alley. Same creators, similar overall style of gameplay but with its own twists.

Following on from my previous post, the Blanc + Neptune spinoff came to Steam little over 2 weeks ago, VII came to PC a few months back, and the game the topic is about has PC listed on its ESRB page, which has been the giveaway for previous titles that it's coming to PC.

Coolio! Neptunia ReBirth 1 it is! Fairy Fencer F seems like too "stock" for my taste.

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I can understand that, it plays on quite a few tropes at once and can come across that way. Hope you enjoy Neptunia!

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The obvious PC port was announced and game is coming to Steam Summer 2017.

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Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls PC port has its Steam page now and the release date is June 12th. The price is still mystery though.

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Glad it finally has a page up, but it is really bizarre that they don't have a price up when it is getting released in less than two weeks. It will probably be around $30US yet be on sale for around $24.

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They'll likely do the usual thing of putting a price up on release day, along with a 40/50% discount (most likely 50 considering the other Vita titles having that on release). In fact if it follows the same pricing as literally every other Vita ported Neptunia game, in UK money it'd be £22.99 at full price, and $29.99 at full price on US stores, but like I said they always have launch week discounts.

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Wait a second, now the game is "Superdimension Neptunia". Does that mean we're finally revisiting the version of the characters from the very first game?

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View PostKharen, on 31 May 2017 - 07:20 PM, said:

Wait a second, now the game is "Superdimension Neptunia". Does that mean we're finally revisiting the version of the characters from the very first game?

No. The game name in English has always been Superdimension.

Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls

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Yes, but what I mean is that the first game had different incarnations of the main characters. The developers didn't anticipate making a series out of it, and wrote themselves into a corner. To be able to make more games, they labeled the setting of the first game the Superdimension, and the later games are in the Hyperdimension. Kind of like Marvel having different worlds in the multiverse, only much smaller-scale.

So, if this is Superdimension Neptunia, does this mean that we're finally getting to see more of the original characters? For instance, the canon ending of the first game had Arfoire being redeemed and purged of her corruption. It's also the only game that does this with the character. Does this mean that we get to see Good Arfoire interacting with any of the characters? We only got to see her for the absolute final scene of the original game, so no idea how interactions would go.

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View PostKharen, on 31 May 2017 - 08:08 PM, said:

So, if this is Superdimension Neptunia, does this mean that we're finally getting to see more of the original characters?

Once again, no.

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