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Hyperdimension Neptunia: Producing Perfection
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- Teach these girls to sing, dance, and properly promote themselves to the general populace thanks in part to your expertise in training video game idols back on Earth
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The player takes on the role of the main character, who happens to fall into Gamindustri and is immediately hired by one of the four CPUs-Neptune, Noire, Blanc, and Vert-to be their producer and manage their idol careers. Get your training wheels on, ladies, because a new producer is in town and the fate of Gamindustri hangs in the balance! Will you be able to properly raise these CPUs into idols, or will their citizens be stolen away from them by the popular idol group MOB-48!? Teach these girls to sing, dance, and properly promote themselves to the general populace thanks in part to your expertise in training video game idols back on Earth. As the girls' popularity rises, they will be able to join one another in singing duets, or maybe even come together for a full ensemble!
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It's a Date/Idol simulator with all of the fun, video -gaming reference usually seen in Hyperdimension Neptunia games.
You have 4 characters to choose from each representing a different nation
and each with different personalities, you have been hired as a producer to launch these girls careers and turn them into superstars.
it took me around 8 hours per character's stories but I tend to try and find all the hidden nuggets in games, so it can tend to be shorter.
It's not Canon with the other games in the series so any one can pick up and play.
So when you are presented with a potential 4-5 costumes per character, 5 songs TOTAL and a mediocre, whilst admittedly cute, storyline with small romantic visual novel esc sections that run short by 50% of the games playtime, I would say disappointing is truly the word. I would say this game is worth £5 maximum, so if it ever reaches that price definitely buy. But my £30 felt truly wasted.
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