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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Customer Reviews for Hyperdimension Neptunia PP
Review 1 for Hyperdimension Neptunia PP
This game is perfect for: casual gamers
Producing Perfection is a worthwhile purchase. Likewise, it pokes fun at people with unhealthy anime/pop/Idol obsessions, some of the absurd costumes you find in RPGs…basically, anything that's in the game is either skewering some target or is there to be skewered. It's a nice change of pace from the usual seriousness affected by so many games, and it suits Producing Perfection well.
Prior to the release in the west, I had heard from those that imported the game that it was probably the worst Neptunia game, with no engaging gameplay whatsoever and had very little substance, and they were Neptunia fans as well. I took a chance and decided to see for myself and get a personal opinion and they were oh so right. The "gameplay" involves raising the goddess's stats (you can choose between 4), put on concerts (where all you can do is move the camera and put on stage effects), and watch the interactions between the characters, all before 180 days in order to become the #1 idol. I struggled on my first playthrough because it was ridiculously boring to play, though I do admit that some of the interactions between the characters were great. I eventually decided to just go and get all the trophies and trade it in, because the game is just not fun at all. If you're a Neptunia fan looking for a Neptunia game for the Vita, get Re;Birth 1, as it's a remake of the first Neptunia game that came out on PS3 and has ACTUAL gameplay. Don't get this trash.
This is a game!... not in the traditional sense. Its a lot of fun, every scene in this game is voice-acted, except for the voice of the main character, you. The best thing to compare this game to is an interactive anime. You choose what these characters should do for their daily routine and their stats raise according to what you choose. The only part where you really get to do something is during concerts when you direct the cameras and lighting effects. Other than that you are just watching what these characters do and how they live their lives and the witty remarks they have. The conversations they have are really funny sometimes, others are a little ehh but still enjoyable.
Also I should add this game isn't pervy, they did have an embarrassing scene at one part. It didn't show anything, it cut to a "Please Stand By" photo. Its really a comedy, with a little subtle romance. It tries to keep it clean, also the scenes are just like the cutscenes in every other entry in the series. The characters are just standing there on screen and talking, but everything is voice acted.
If you are wanting something with more action, look elsewhere. For example the new Re;birth series. They are very good remakes of the originals. This game is just for those who like these characters and wish they could spend more time with them.
This game doesn't offer much in terms of game play. You basically spend 180 game days trying to make your CPU as good of a performer as you can by building stats and fan base while trying not to overwork the poor girl. Then you put on concerts to make your CPU a star. There's not much depth to training or the concerts. The only reason I don't review this game with a lower score is that it's art style compelled me, and I found that, at some points in my week, it's nice to have a fluff game in my library that I don't have to think about.
when I first heard about this game being released in japan I wanted to get it so bad but I don't know Japanese but I knew nis America would not disappoint us and also im so hyped for the Rebirth 1 game being localized too