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Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory: Critical Gamer review

Critical Gamer's Luke K writes: For those unfamiliar with the Hyperdimension Neptunia games, the basic premise is an interesting one. A turn based RPG set in a universe meant as a commentary on the games industry (the world is even called ‘Gamindustri’ with place names such as ‘Lastation’), it’s a series dripping with potential. As this latest entry hammers home however, said potential has been left to ferment until it turns into something horrific that stinks up the place.

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ThePsychoGamer1653d ago

Wow, this review was horrible. Nowhere douse come close to justifying the score, Hell one could say it even contradicts the score with the praise the gameplay grts.

Down voted.

MattS1647d ago

I love when critics score down niche Japanese RPGs because they don't understand them.

Go back to your Call of Duty games kiddo.