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  1. Feb 7, 2023
    We Haven't Had a Good Neptunia Game Since Super Neptunia RPG. Neptunia All Stars Being a Broken Mess and Senran Kagura Vs Neptunia Being Bland and Boring. This Neptunia Game Isn't the Best But it's Pretty Good. The Only Thing I Don't Really Like In This New One is the AP System is a Bit Annoying But Otherwise I Really Enjoyed This New Neptunia Adventure.
  2. Jan 30, 2023
    The best Neptunia game for a long time. Compile Heart have revived the series.

    The game does however run at relatively low FPS (at least on the PS4 Pro) and the story is somewhat short. The highlight for me was the post game content as that gave me a reason to continue playing for sig longer.

    There is also no Kurome (non impacting factor)

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  1. Mar 15, 2023
    Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters is the first Neptunia game in a long time that I really enjoyed playing. Like every other spin-off title, this entry in the series isn't going to convince anyone who hasn't played the series to jump in. However, I believe this game is on the right track for a return to a future mainline entry. It has the feel of one when it comes to its story and portrayal of the characters. Just like mk2, the CPU Candidates have revived my hope for the series once again. For any Neptunia fan, I believe this is a must-play entry in the series. For everyone else not invested in the series, this will likely not do anything for you.
  2. Jan 23, 2023
    Neptunia Sisters VS Sisters is a surprising return to form for Hyperdimension Neptunia, a game that seems to show fans that Compile Heart still remembers what made its little franchise so endearing in the first place. It’s just a shame that a lack of care for spaces threatens to undermine that sense of renewal.