- Publisher: Idea Factory
- Release Date: Jul 28, 2020
- Also On: PC, PlayStation 4
A new group has replaced Gamindustris CPUs seemingly overnight, and Neptunes nowhere in sight! Warped into a decimated new dimension, the Nep sisters join a mysterious CPUs fight against a massive new threat to save the Zero Dimension.
Can they save multiple dimensions and restore orderA new group has replaced Gamindustris CPUs seemingly overnight, and Neptunes nowhere in sight! Warped into a decimated new dimension, the Nep sisters join a mysterious CPUs fight against a massive new threat to save the Zero Dimension.
Can they save multiple dimensions and restore order to Gamindustri?
1. New battle features let characters link up for stronger attacks, break enemy parts to disable special attacks, and introduce a challenging new battle type!
2. Break those baddies with a second transformation, NEXT mode, with new special skills and a new costume for the CPUs!
3. Fight through 3 dimensions and 3 stories with new CPUs and characters by your side to save Gamindustri!
4. Get special items in a new dungeon minigame pays homage to the classic Spelunker.… Expand
- Developer: Compile Heart
- Genre(s): Role-Playing, Japanese-Style
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
- Cheats: On GameFAQs
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Positive: 1 out of 6
Mixed: 5 out of 6
Negative: 0 out of 6
Feb 1, 2021Gameplay time in Megadimension Neptunia VII can easily get into the sixty hour mark with the various side quests. The New Game Plus mode after completion allows the option of keeping various items and stats, and with three endings to discover the replay value is high. The easy-to-like characters make every gaming session enjoyable, even if it is a short burst, perfect for those who play on the go on Nintendo Switch. Hopefully there will be more Neptunia games ported to the Switch - most were on the Playstation Vita, which even during its time, was not the most popular of handheld systems. Neptune and her friends have found a home on this hybrid console and will win over new fans to their amusing and ludicrous adventures.
Jul 26, 2020Megadimension Neptunia VII is a brilliant game that's worth playing through for any fan of quirky JRPGs. That being said, this Switch version currently performs poorly and it's definitely not the best version of Nep-Nep's grandest adventure.
Jul 29, 2020Megadimension Neptunia VII is a delightful and silly JRPG romp that is sure to keep you entertained. The wide cast of characters bounce off of each other perfectly, and even if you're a newcomer to the franchise you're sure to get invested in Neptune and her laid-back, lazy gamer attitude. It's just as fun to stroll through dungeons and dive into the layered combat of the game, as long as you remember to disable the framerate-killing visual effects in this Nintendo Switch port.
Jul 29, 2020The combat isn’t interesting enough to sustain a game this long, it’s pretty abysmal from a technical perspective, and I can’t shake the feeling that there was no budget. The story is typical Neptunia fluff, and if you liked previous adventures in this series, it’s enjoyable. It’s just a shame you can’t skip the gameplay parts and watch the story sequences by themselves.
Jul 24, 2020Megadimension Neptunia VII on Switch is perfect to play through if you haven’t already experienced this entry. The narrative holds up, but the same can’t be said for the dungeon design. The state of the Switch port is lacking modern quality-of-life updates, which does hurt the user experience, but the battle system makes it a decent RPG experience on the go.
Aug 8, 2020Should you buy Megadimension Neptunia VII? Well, that depends on a few major factors. Can you stomach shamelessly pervy leerings at the bodies of the many females featured in the story? Are you okay with playing a poorly-optimized game that’s not very graphically impressive to begin with? If yes, then you just may be surprised at the quality of the gameplay that lies at the heart of this RPG. Despite its shortcomings, Megadimension Neptunia VII can be a fun game to play, and though there are plenty of better RPG’s to pick up on the eShop today, it’s impossible to deny the niche value being offered here. We’d lightly recommend this one, but with the important caveat that this is the kind of game that’s ideal fodder for buying on a big sale in the future.
Positive: 1 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
Sep 2, 2020A quite accomplished JRPG. The battle system is simple enough to get into, but also has strategic depth. The humour is excellent with manyA quite accomplished JRPG. The battle system is simple enough to get into, but also has strategic depth. The humour is excellent with many fourth wall breaks, though several of the jokes will probably fly over the heads of those who aren't into anime or manga. Also, THE REFERENCES! SO MANY REFERENCES!
The game is prone to occasional lag however, such as the loading times for dungeon areas. Ultimately though, I've had a lot of fun with this. As my first game in the series, I can confidently say that this is a great entry point.… Expand