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  • Summary: In this hack 'n' slash adventure co-developed with Tamsoft and Compile Heart, everyone's favorite four Goddesses enter an online fantasy game world inspired by...themselves! Joined by the CPU Candidates, you'll fight in 4-person real-time brawls, unleash devastating Awakening Skills,In this hack 'n' slash adventure co-developed with Tamsoft and Compile Heart, everyone's favorite four Goddesses enter an online fantasy game world inspired by...themselves! Joined by the CPU Candidates, you'll fight in 4-person real-time brawls, unleash devastating Awakening Skills, customize with tons of cosmetic accessories, and even play online with others! Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 12
  2. Negative: 0 out of 12
  1. 90
    So it’s deliberately bad, then. And as a bit of irony, it’s so utterly delightful for that. I’d never recommend that someone looking for a genuine MMO or MMO-like experience actually play this - you’ve got Final Fantasy XIV for that - but for silly, ridiculous, self-deprecating humour, backed by gorgeous character and environment art, and a fast, fluid, and genuinely entertaining combat system, I’ve had such a good time with Cyberdimension Neptunia that I can’t help but love it.
  2. Oct 6, 2017
    80
    Speaking personally, Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online was a tonic I needed that arrived at just the right time. It’s pure, cheerful escapism that only wants to be fun for the player. Some might say that it tries too hard and this outing won’t change any minds. Fans will tell you that the damnable earnestness of it all lifts it up. This is also the first time that the series has managed to feel great in a true action form. Perfectly hitting every note that makes this series so popular, fans of Neptunia will have plenty to do with 4 Goddesses Online and those curious about the series should start here.
  3. Oct 9, 2017
    80
    A slice of life approach to storytelling with a cast of characters that I’ve had the honor to see evolve over the past seven years. Aside from taking on missions and wrecking thousands of enemies, the story and characters drive this game forward which is important because there is a lot of story here.
  4. Oct 6, 2017
    70
    If you’re willing to put up with the rather uninspiring combat and a few frustrating design decisions, Cyberdimension Neptunia is an achievement for the franchise. Thanks to its fast-paced combat and eye-pleasing splendor, this is one niche JRPG fans will love. For the rest, it may take more convincing from the developers.
  5. 70
    Though Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online stands as the strongest spin-off in the series, its shallow combat and uninspired boss fights will likely prevent it from appealing to all but the most hardcore of Neptunia and action RPG enthusiasts.
  6. Oct 12, 2017
    70
    Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online is the MMO experience you’ve been dreaming of for Neptune and her friends, though it does come with a lot of shortcomings. The game does a novel job of producing a quick paced action JRPG that looks and feels incredibly like an MMORPG in almost every way, down to a text chat box. There are some issues with combat and that drags the experience down. Despite that, the game provides a fun and basic online mission mode, and provides a lot of fun and fast paced action in a pretty package.
  7. Nov 20, 2017
    50
    The battles here are repetitive and uninspired. Again, depending on your feelings towards the series’ other games, you may think that’s nothing new, but here it just feels much more noticeably bland. It never connects. MMOs and faux-MMOs are ripe for parody, which you’d think would make them ideal targets for Hyperdimension Neptunia’s brand of game-centric humour, but as Cyberdimension Neptunia shows, it’s apparently harder than it looks.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 15
  2. Negative: 7 out of 15
  1. Oct 13, 2017
    10
    First of all if you are a Neptune fan this title is a must buy and you will not be disappointed, and if you do not follow it or want to startFirst of all if you are a Neptune fan this title is a must buy and you will not be disappointed, and if you do not follow it or want to start it, it is a highly recommended game to enter the series (although I recommend playing the main line first) in this game they make an introduction of the characters and is not so difficult to pick up the pace, is one of the best spin off of the series if not the best, has an accessible and fun gameplay with a level of complexity that increases depending on how deep you want to reach. It has a story that as is customary in the series fulfills its task of entertaining and pulling one smile in your face, is not an epic and legendary story, but of course this is very good. In technical matters this game makes good use of the UE4 showing a great evolution compared to other games of the saga. So far in places with large number of enemies I have not seen at any time in which affect the fps. It has a very fun multiplayer where you can perform quests with up to 3 people. The best sections of this game are the artistic and the sonorous 10/10 a demonstration that these people know what it does, a design of scenarios and characters well above many other games today. The only issue that i encounter is the delay in launching between the different regions, but this does not demerit a great game.
    In summary a great game 100% recommended
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  2. Oct 11, 2017
    10
    So far one of the best Neptunia games. I still wouldn't recommend this over VII, unless you don't like turn-based games. However, this gameSo far one of the best Neptunia games. I still wouldn't recommend this over VII, unless you don't like turn-based games. However, this game clearly shows the improvement the series had so far. The game now runs on UR4 with a pretty constant framerate, though it has some memory leaks that will cause the frame rate to drop and eventually the whole game to crash. But besides that, I have no complains.

    Soundtrack is amazing as always, graphics look really good for an anime game. The gameplay feels good, even though it gets a bit repetitive by the middle of the game, but it soon gets better again when you begin unlocking a **** ton of skills. The new character art is amazing, story isn't deep but it's pretty funny, and of course, the best of all. The characters.

    So if you are a Nep fan, I definetly recommend looking into this one. If not, I still recommend looking into it, as long as you are into anime games. Probably one of the best anime games this year, and for me easily the best so far. The final veredict is something around 9.5/10 if you like Nep, 9/10 if you like anime, and 8/10 as a game.
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  3. Oct 10, 2017
    10
    One of the best neptunia game, I Love It! Nice graphics, good story, CG ilustrations amazing, i hope IF keep make Neptunia Series Games, NepOne of the best neptunia game, I Love It! Nice graphics, good story, CG ilustrations amazing, i hope IF keep make Neptunia Series Games, Nep Nep for all Expand
  4. Mar 1, 2019
    6
    打击感糟糕,剧情稀薄,但人设,插画,动作等方面无可挑剔,标准的萌豚游戏,游戏体验很大程度上取决于玩家对ACG的喜好程度。打击感糟糕,剧情稀薄,但人设,插画,动作等方面无可挑剔,标准的萌豚游戏,游戏体验很大程度上取决于玩家对ACG的喜好程度。
  5. Apr 18, 2018
    4
    Welp, time to but Mymoo on blast - He meant create an account for here.

    Anyways, turn on the game, get hit with 1 minute of unskippable
    Welp, time to but Mymoo on blast - He meant create an account for here.

    Anyways, turn on the game, get hit with 1 minute of unskippable into crap, then a 2 minute load time, then another long load time. I would give it a pass if there were zero load times in the game at all, but I didn't get far enough to find out (more on that in a second).

    Finally get into the game, and I am met with what feels like a 13 year old fanfiction of SAO. The story is a mess from the get go, and has just some of the highest levels of cringe I've seen in a game. I gave it a chance and actually tried to read what was being said, but I just couldnt after a certain point. Get to the opening cutscene (which is unskippable like everything else) and just watch it through. Whatever, standard anime stuff. I end up skipping all the next text to see if the gameplay is actually good. First thing is I move forward and all control is taken away at the site of the first mob then more cringe dialogue. Combat just seems bog standard ARPG stuff. End up just saying screw it and deleting the game off my HDD. I paid $15, so my bar was set extremely low for this game. I cannot imagine how someone not a diehard fan of this series would feel paying $50 for this.

    I like my anime and my ARPG/JRPGs to death, but there was only so much I could attempt to stomach before just giving up.

    4 points given because the art style was well done for what they were going for and the voice acting for English was good. Taking 6 off because whomever gave the greenlight for this game needs to be taken out back behind the barn and shot.

    Back to more mindless grinding on PSO2.
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  6. Feb 24, 2018
    4
    This game is bad. There's no two ways about, it's the worst in the entire series. It's not a good starting point for anyone either. The pointThis game is bad. There's no two ways about, it's the worst in the entire series. It's not a good starting point for anyone either. The point of the game is obviously to make fun of SAO, and it gets two point for that, but the other two points only come because the game actually looks pretty good and it functions, because no game that functions deserves a zero. If I did believe that, this game would be a three, because it's just awful. The gameplay is more simple than any of the other action rpgs in the series, and the online servers are total garbage. The lag makes them entirely unplayable. I platinumed this game, but it's one of those where I almost feel guilty about it, because it's so easy to get it, it's hardly worth it. The game is also incredibly short, like shorter than any SAO game I've ever played. I got the platinum in four days and about 25 hours of gameplay. It's really that easy, as is the rest of the game. If the game was meant to be terrible, that would be one thing, but no game should try so hard to be meta that it actually makes the game worse for anyone who buys it, and that's exactly what this game is. I got it for 20 dollars on sale, and I still don't think it's worth it. Expand
  7. Apr 27, 2020
    0
    Very grindy to show off its lack of content atleadt it upgraded a bit in showing off more sensualized scenes for normal people and no longerVery grindy to show off its lack of content atleadt it upgraded a bit in showing off more sensualized scenes for normal people and no longer turn based. Expand

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