More than anything, Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 is a game about gaming. It celebrates its rich history, while at the same time parodying and ridiculing its concerns and excesses. The game is set in the world of Gamindustri, populated by wide-eyed and scantily clad anime girls who each personify a video game console. But alas, they’re trapped in the “Gaming Graveyard,” where their livelihood is threatened by the evil forces of Piracy.
But this game doesn’t get very far with this concept beyond the occasional punning on big industry names. That’s too bad, because it could really have Read the rest of this entry »