Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 is a complete remake of the original Hyperdimension Neptunia for the PlayStation®3. Neptunia Re;Birth1 adopts an all new storyline, additional characters, redone dungeons, and a revamped free roaming style battle system with the EXE gauge system introduced in Neptunia Victory. Neptunia Re;Birth1 will be the first non-spin off Hyperdimension title making its way to the PS Vita platform.
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About the Hyperdimension Neptunia series: “Hyperdimension Neptunia” is a series of RPGs setting place in a paradox world called Gamindustry. The games feature powerful Goddesses and their friends who embody different generations of game consoles. In the very first Neptunia, the player takes on the role of the main protagonist Neptune, one of four goddesses involved in a long series of conflicts known as the Console Wars.
Turn-based System With A Free Roaming Style Battlefield: When the player's turn comes around you are able to move your characters freely within their moving ranging. The character's attack range will depend on the weapons equipped and by the skills they have. Players will have to strategically place their characters to effectively defeat their enemies.
New, Returning, and Collaboration Characters: There will be new and returning characters, along with collaboration characters and story with various video game developers like Bandai Namco, MarvelousAQL, CyberConnect2, Broccoli, Falcom.
Truly Unique Storyline: Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 offers a joke-filled storyline that pokes fun at the gaming industry. Each collaboration character is a personified version of the “actual” company it represents. Enjoy in-game English & Japanese voices.
Hyperdimension Neptunia ReBirth1 is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Awesome Game!I personally love this game since I got it, been playing it as much as my schedule lets me, highly recommend this game to any hyperdimension neptunia or even anime fans, very colorful game and the dialogue made me laugh c:
Date published: 2014-10-21
Rated 4 out of
You gotta try this game!Honestly I was skeptical at first, but this proved to be one of the best Vita games yet. Sure this is a remake with Victory's system, but I've never played before so its a good start. Its really really funny and an enjoyable ride.
Date published: 2014-10-17
Rated 2 out of
Almost the same as Victoryhe BIGGEST problem with this game in my opinion is it feels EXACTLY like V. That's a huge problem since I don't like seeing almost the same exact game twice and the fact that they are going to remake Mk2 kinda will kill it for me. I hate how there's no GUST, NISA, RED/ Yeah remove two of my favorite characters (Technically DLC) and replace them with the same exact DLC from V. Dungeons from the first game ARE removed which ruined it for me seeing the same V dungeons. All they really did is use some of Mk2 and most of V to make this game. The only thing that's really only the same is the story.... No wait.... Forgot they changed it. Atleast it links up to the others in the series. BY REMOVING SOME OF THE BEST THINGS. The first game did have many problems but I got through it and loved it. The battling was a bit awkward but the experience was cool. Felt completely original. The ending is the only real thing I thought was the main problem. Mk2 on the other hand was actually my favorite in the series. I love Nepgear and the story was almost as serious with the first one! I actually like the seriousness better and GUST and NISA returned two of the best. Some people complained about the Mk2 story being too serious and the battle system not the best BUT here it's a mixed opinion. I actually love the AP system and the serious story. (Including that one ending) I didn't like the cutscenes with the character models talking though I wanted it to be like the other games cutscenes. Overall I actually liked the first two games better but when V came out, it sounded like they rushed the voice acting. (Both languages because every play through I switch between language to make it more interesting) I actually didn't like the battle system because with the AP systems you could keep going and make huge combos, and the story was kinda bleh. They tried to be funny but for me it just didn't work. The characters kinda sucked too. The only characters I liked really were Noire, Young Falcom, and Plutia. I ended up just buying the DLC weapons and characters right away because I had no patience with this game. It got boring fast to me. The soundtrack is mostly re-used making it kinda over used by now. Enemies are 99% exactly the same. Beat the game and well got the true ending but to my surprise I didn't really like this game like I thought I would. It's a good game but I don't know why I don't like it. I played rebirth and I felt the same feeling as V. I don't know why but in my opinion I just say stick with the original copy. Unless you wanted to play Victory three times in a row. (Both Rebirths included) Play the originals first than play the remakes (When Mk2 comes out later as well) and see how repetitive the remakes are.
Date published: 2014-09-12
Rated 5 out of
what every "port" should be!Excellent game, dlc is 8 for $.99 each, 2 are free! Very fun and is jammed with stuff to do. Was disappointed that there was no pre order dlc or something....they could have given something to loyal fans who pre ordered. But an incredible game. GO BUY IT!!!! Hope re;birth 2 comes over here also......