Video by Matt S.

Idea Factory’s newest Neptunia game comes to us from Canadian Artisan Studios and… it’s a nicely made game. It has an elegant combat system, some truly stunning art, and there has clearly been a lot of effort put into it.

So why is it a disappointment? Well…

Sadly it doesn’t feel much like a Neptunia game. You don’t get the sense from it that the developers had a great grasp of the characters or how these Neptunia titles work.

So in this video I talk about how this game – which I enjoyed on an objective level – has let me down as a Neptunia fan.

– Matt S. 
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