Hyperdimension Neptunia MK2 Review | The Game Scouts

"If I was tasked with coming up with the most bizarre concept for a video game, I don’t think I could ever have imagined anything like Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2. Imagine the video game industry personified by quirky Anime characters that battle piracy. Imagine your favorite handhelds, like the Sega Game Gear, Sony’s PSP, and the Nintendo DS portrayed as scantily clad, underage Anime girls. And if that isn’t crazy enough, imagine being greeted by Meijin Takahashi (the first true gamer geek of the 80’s) advising you to sit at a safe distance from your TV when gaming. Neptunia Mk2 is best described as an allegory and parody of the Japanese gaming industry, with the plot literally taking place in a world called the Gameindustri. If you’ve grown up with a D-pad in your hands, you’ll absolutely love Neptunia’s homage to the world of gaming and I have to applaud the developers for not holding back on creativity."
-Tin Salamunic, The Game Scouts

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