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Hyperdimension Neptunia Re ; Birth1

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Key Features
Previously only available on consoles, now you can immerse yourself in the zany JRPG madness of the / 超次次元ゲイム ネプテューヌRe;Birth1 series for the first time on PC!
Major graphical updates let you savor the true power of these Goddesses in glorious HD!
Battle with up to 3 characters on the field, with 3 more as support. Use them to perform special attacks, or swap them out at any time!
Use "Plans" to customize the game - change up enemy difficulty, dungeon treasures, and more!
Craft unique equipment imbued with one or more abilities!
The game now features a Japanese language mode!
How to play in Japanese.
1. Launch Steam Client
2. Click Library
3. Right click Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 under games
4. Click properties
5. Click on the Language tab
6. Select Japanese
7. Japanese language version will be downloaded

Release date
Idea Factory
Compile Heart
Retroism, Idea Factory, Nippon Ichi Software
Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 (64bit)
  • Processor: Core2Duo 2.66 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 10.x or OpenGL 3.3 with video card with 1GB ram and support for v4 shaders
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: May not work properly with Windows 7 and 8 (32bit) version. On-board graphics card are not recommend. Highly recommend to have an independent graphics card.
  • OS: Windows 7 or 8 (64bit) or newer
  • Processor: 3GHz Intel i3 or equivalent
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 10.x or OpenGL 3.3 with video card with 1GB ram and support for v4 shaders
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: May not work properly with Windows 7 and 8 (32bit) version

System requirements for PS Vita

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Hyperdimension Neptunia Re ; Birth1 reviews and comments

I'm a big fan of the Neptunia franchise because of the humor and the characters. I do believe the CPU Goddess are too much sexualized but still, I had fun with this RPG.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
When I was Looking for a JRPG, I'm on Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth1 bumped, which, apart from a few Criticisms, has entertained me a lot. (I Recommend playing with a Gamepad, as the Controls are much more enjoyable) Story: Without spoiling, I can say that the Story is very humorous and interesting. The Dialogues, which resemble a Visual Novel, are long and entertaining. But If you don't Fancy long Dialogues or play the Game again, you have the Opportunity to speed it up at The Touch of a Button. The Characters all have their own Personalities and are beautifully designed. All in All, I really liked the Story. Graphic: The World in Hyperdimension Neptunia is very colorful and the Characters look good. However, for example, the Textures of the Rocks usually look bad. For a JRPG, the Graphics are fine, with the Textures in the Dungeons really better. Soundtrack: The Music fits the Atmosphere of the Game, but is nothing Special. Gameplay: The Combat System is easy to understand and features various Special Attacks, Items and Weapons. During The Course of the game, you unlock some Characters, but you only ever fight with a maximum of 3 Characters at a time. Through a plan system it is possible to get yourself with Materials that you get dropped by Opponents characters, Weapons, Ornaments, Dungeons etc. In order to create some bosses, you have to grin a bit that didn't really bother me personally, but for some can be very boring. The Enemies are sometimes well designed, but are sometimes changed only minimally (Name/Farben) to be "new Enemies" in another Dungeon. Even the Dungeons themselves sometimes repeat themselves in a slightly modified Form and are designed far too linear. In my View, more Effort could have been put into it. Verdict: I'll give the Game 8/10 Points. It's not a Masterpiece, but the fun Story and solid Gameplay make the Game really Fun. If you are a Fan of the Anime/Manga Gerne and put up with the partially repetitive Dungeons/opponents, you can access it without Hesitation (especially in the Sale).
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Ingenious Game! :D Here, a flawless Piece of Software is offered for a humane Amount. The Feeling Of playing Is very reminiscent of the Saints Row Series, at least in terms Of humour, but precisely because there was not any attempt to infuel something overly serious here, but to make the Story as simple and entertaining as possible, it is just something special. The Long-term Factor is not neglected either. Although it is not Art to play through the Story within about 15 Hours, there is still a lot to do after that (i.e. in the New Game +). So If you want to have all The characters, Steam's Achievements and other Extras, I Think you'll need about 20 or more Game Runs. (That's just my Personal Assessment in 32 std. Game Time and a Level average Of Characters of about 80 [cap is 999 so I still have to do;)]) It should also be said to every Collective Fanatic that there are plenty of Garments, Accessories and Trifles to collect and craft, so there is more than enough Room for manoeuvre on this Point as well. For game Mechanics, you can navigate the big Map at the Beginning of the game to choose the desired Doungeon, for example, or to meet the nearest Event Marker. Then comes a Kind of "Adventure Mode" in which one moves through the chosen Area. If you Meet an Opponent in this one, the last Part is added in which you fight Lap Based against the opponent in question. With fights like JRPG's usual very colorful and effective, you repeatedly put a Smile on your Face with funny Spells of the Characters. Even in the Cutscenes you can rarely prevent a Grin, which at least in my Case has in no way hurt a new start of the Story;). From my Side therefore a clear Buy recommendation with but only 8.5/10 Points because I unfortunately do not get the Whole thing on 16:10 resolution, let alone the full screen to run;-(# # Added # # On the Subject of full screen I have now been able to find out the 16:10 Is simply not supported. In my Case, I just dodged my 2nd (smaller) screen now and now Fullscreen is no longer a Problem. But After still regularly making Gameindustry unsafe with Nep-Nep and Co. Gameindustry and still not bored I correct my rating to 9/10 upwards:D Just can't get enough!
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