DHGF: The best way to describe Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory is by using the very metaphor that the game itself hinges its entire plot on. Imagine the game itself is a girl. Her humorous storyline and fun combat system draw you in at the beginning, and your relationship builds up pretty fast. However, once you begin to notice the recycled dungeons and woefully unbalanced foes that require you to commit hours of your time to grinding, you begin to realize how very give and take of an experience it is. And that’s really the key here: you’re only going to get out of the game as much as you’re willing to put in. If you’re not willing to dedicate at least 50 or 60 hours to experiencing the full benefits package, you might want to consider getting engaged to Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 instead, despite the plot inferiority. On the other hand, if you’ve been committed to the series this far, you’re in for one hell of a honeymoon.