Hyperdimension Neptunia

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  1. Noctosphere
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    Noctosphere Adoptive father of my kitty named Zelda

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    Back with kitty Zelda forever :D
    So yea... I heard a lot of positive review about this game and I would like to begin to play this game series.
    Where should I begin?
    What is the first game of the serie?
    then, which ones should I play after this one.
    What is the chronological order of these games?
    Which version is there on PC?

    Thanks for all informations :)
     
  2. Qtis

    Qtis Grey Knight Inquisitor

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    Re;Birth 1, 2 and 3 in that order. They're essentially vastly improved remakes of the main games released so far now for Vita and PC. The rest are spin-offs, albeit quite good ones :)
     
  3. Noctosphere
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    Noctosphere Adoptive father of my kitty named Zelda

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    Back with kitty Zelda forever :D
    okay, thanks
     
  4. GamerzHell9137

    GamerzHell9137 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Be aware that you might not like it. Demo it first and see if its up your alley.
    I personally like Japanese games but Neptunia was just cheesy(the bad cheesy), repetitive and boring. And its a lot grindy, a loooot grindy.
     
  5. jDSX

    jDSX Professional insane person

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    I played Fairy fencer F a while ago which is a spin off and shouldn't be passed up for HDN fans.
     
  6. G0R3Z

    G0R3Z Just Can't Be Bothered

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    They're good games for the Weeaboo in you. The humour is quite funny although you need to understand a bit of Japanese culture to understand some of it. I find it can be slow in places, but it always perks back up again. Classic turn based gameplay if you're an advocate for it.
     
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