Re;Birth2 borrows a lot of visual elements from the first game. As you can tell by their names, they parody popular gaming consoles. La valoración de Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2 es la misma que con Re;Birth 1. Histoire may look young, but she knows more about Gamindustri than even the oldest living human. Re;Birth2 carries over some of the energetic backing themes of the story scenes, and introduces new battle tracks that sadly do lack the impact of earlier songs but are still easy on the ears. The developers have also put in effort to work out any technical problems resulting in Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation to run at a much smoother frame rate than the original.
Despite this, many Japanese developers continue to find recognition and sales with the handheld and its low install base, in particular Idea Factory and Compile Heart, both of which have a dozen Vita releases between them. She appears to have a real name, but no one addresses her with it. This makes Re;Birth2 a much more enjoyable game as I remember spending a few good hours grinding in the prequel. Neptune is still funny but she appears too late to save the over all lack of confidence. Those who tire of living in this corrupt world are sent to wander the Gamindustri Graveyard, forever lost. Whereas the first two Vita games showed a surprising amount of character depth, this time around the plot and the characters are far less interesting. She has trouble proving that, since her eyes often shoot out an unidentifiable goo during her eye-beam-firing attempts.
Positives: The art is well done cute where it needs to be and cool where it counts. The stellas dungeon was also a broken mess what with the randomness of the enemys that appear and can kill you no matter what your gear. Once the search time has expired, Stella will return. The graphics look pretty similar, as do the characters. The progress of Stella's dungeon search occurs in real time. Voiced by: Japanese , English A tomboyish girl who suddenly appeared in front of Nepgear.
Gamindustri had severed its ties to the chaotic Lawless Realm long ago. This newest Neptunia game has probably the richest content ever. Thus did Gamindustri fall into complete and utter disarray. . The story can change in several ways and the game has 9 different endings! With returning characters comes returning voice actors, and again they do a terrific job conveying their character's personality with even the rarest, potentially mundane line. Voiced by: Neeko Japanese , English A mouse monster affilated with the criminal organization.
Her nursing skills aside, her bedside manner is second to none. Often regarded as a fine piece of hardware engineering with plenty of power under the hood, the PlayStation Vita has become somewhat of a sales shipwreck in recent years. Same problem for the Oracles who are playable in this remake, but the unlock conditions are even harder than for the sisters in Re1. Parents, despite knowing it to be a poor deity to worship, have gone ahead and allowed their children to do so. Gone are the surprisingly strong heroines of the first game; in their place, as the extended title suggests, are their boring younger sisters.
Although gifted with a large amount of Indie developer support and a high number of quirky off-radar games, Sony's handheld has effectively been thrown under the bus as far as high profile franchise releases go. Often mistaken as Nepgear's younger sister. She is almost obsessed with studying and training herself due to a complex she holds for her near-perfect older sister. The frequency of this occurring has been reduced though, by ironically limiting the options of exploration and not giving out too many new dungeon visiting choices at once. But Re2 doesn't just condemn that fact and opens the debate about the balance to find between cost, creation and accessibility in a memorable conversation between Uni and Brave. Shops are boarded up, creators are overworked and starving, and death looms. Makers Voiced by: Japanese , English A member of Planeptune's Guild.
My biggest gripe, which hasn't been touched at all in the sequel, is the lack of any type of Autosaves. Its flaws stem from its recycling of rebirth 1's content i felt like i bought a half assed version of rebirth 1 and the short, bland story. Truth be told, this is actually the personified form of the tome on which she sits, born in Planeptune with the sole duty to keep a record of Gamindustri's history. However, she ended up being a masochist due to the excessive training she did, and thereafter she feels good when she gets physical pain. In the southern region of Gamindustri, Leanbox resides on an island away from the main continent.
Voiced by: Japanese , English Without any reason he is obsessed with battle, with a ferocious personality. Proper positioning of the characters is key to victory. Unfortunately as good as the pacing is, the writing is lackluster and sometimes even cringeworthy. You can also view the amount of each nation has on the world map. The developers also changed how the game was presented, so returning players felt a bit alienated.
Last but not least, you have a team of 4x2 characters : 4 in battle and 4 in reserve that can relay anytime. It is a huge improvement over Mk2 : bosses in Mk2 required more much focus than in the original version. Even so, Neptune is still Neptune, so something about Purple Heart's motives can feel. Since the arrival of the Arfoire Syndicate of International Crime morality has actually just about disappeared. However, when she transforms into Purple Heart, her appearance and personality both do a 180, and she acts more calm and mature. The difficult settings are also a good way to ensure a solid challenge even if you go grinding time to time.
He operates in the criminal organization for the sake of the poor children who can't play games. She is very close to Ram. Let's stress that graphics have been polished from Mk2 and that returning characters add more flashy and colourful skills. It still follows the adventuring structure set by the first game though, as the player guides Nepgear, younger sister of Re;Birth1's protagonist Neptune, through the kingdoms of Gamindustri to restore the faith of the people and rescue the Goddesses from their imprisonment. The game is very lively and colourful with an anime aesthetic, rarely taking itself or the story too seriously, and the vast number of dungeon names and enemy design references to other popular franchises will raise a smile more often than not. Parents, despite knowing it to be a poor deity to worship, have gone ahead and allowed their children to do so. It's clear that a lot of care and attention has gone into this game, and while it certainly won't appeal to everyone, we daresay that Gamindustri veterans will be delighted with the offering.