History Fridge / Neptunia

31st May '16 11:59:20 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* Blanc has high defense because she's made of [[TonkaTough Nintendium]].
22nd May '16 6:02:26 PM nombretomado
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* Ever wonder why Lastation looks like some dirty city? Think about it: when the {{PS3}} first came out, its place was dead last. Seeing as Lastation doesn't have a ton of stuff, it represents the PS3 perfectly.

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* Ever wonder why Lastation looks like some dirty city? Think about it: when the {{PS3}} UsefulNotes/{{PS3}} first came out, its place was dead last. Seeing as Lastation doesn't have a ton of stuff, it represents the PS3 [=PS3=] perfectly.



** The XBox360 isn't developed for as much as the PS3 or Wii in Japan, so it would make some sense to have it the [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything least developed world]]. There's also that one model of the 360 uses the [[Myth/NorseMythology Valhalla]] motherboard. What doesn't make sense however is that Leanbox has a region called [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Hirool]].

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** The XBox360 UsefulNotes/XBox360 isn't developed for as much as the PS3 [=PS3=] or Wii in Japan, so it would make some sense to have it the [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything least developed world]]. There's also that one model of the 360 uses the [[Myth/NorseMythology Valhalla]] motherboard. What doesn't make sense however is that Leanbox has a region called [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Hirool]].



* Why is there a ton of LesYay official art between Neptune and Noire? It's because the game was released for the PS3.

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* Why is there a ton of LesYay official art between Neptune and Noire? It's because the game was released for the PS3.[=PS3=].



* Meta-Example: According to [[http://www.compileheart.com/neptune_mk2/result.html the character popularity poll in Japan]], Vert is the least popular of the [=CPUs=] and Ram is the least popular of the [=CPU=] Candidates. Personal tastes aside, given that the [[{{Xbox 360}} 360]] isn't exactly as popular compared to the PS3 and Wii, it makes sense that the CPU and Candidate (Who is the candidate who uses the Green (Leanbox) mascot character disk, again?) representing the console wouldn't be anymore popular.

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* Meta-Example: According to [[http://www.compileheart.com/neptune_mk2/result.html the character popularity poll in Japan]], Vert is the least popular of the [=CPUs=] and Ram is the least popular of the [=CPU=] Candidates. Personal tastes aside, given that the [[{{Xbox 360}} 360]] isn't exactly as popular compared to the PS3 [=PS3=] and Wii, it makes sense that the CPU and Candidate (Who is the candidate who uses the Green (Leanbox) mascot character disk, again?) representing the console wouldn't be anymore popular.
26th Apr '16 4:59:06 AM system
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26th Apr '16 1:58:07 AM sgctropes
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** This may also be a jab at the poor battery-backed memory of the Sega Saturn. Saved data on the Saturn was stored on dedicated RAM chips on the console itself; once the power to the system was turned off, this data was kept alive by a CR2032 3V battery, the same sort found in wristwatches. When the battery ultimately died, the data - and all the player's saves - would be lost. ''Again, it's a hardware joke.''

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** This may also be a jab at the poor battery-backed memory of the Sega Saturn. Saved data on the Saturn was stored on dedicated RAM chips on the console itself; once the power to the system was turned off, this data was kept alive by a CR2032 CR-2032 3V battery, the same sort found in wristwatches. When the battery ultimately died, the data - and all the player's saves - would be lost. ''Again, it's a hardware joke.''
26th Apr '16 1:57:22 AM sgctropes
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** This may also be a jab at the poor battery-backed memory of the Sega Saturn. Saved data on the Saturn was stored on dedicated RAM chips on the console itself; once the power to the system was turned off, this data was kept alive by a CR2032 3V battery, the same sort found in wristwatches. When the battery ultimately died, the data - and all the player's saves - would be lost. ''Again, it's a hardware joke.''
22nd Sep '15 8:52:20 PM nombretomado
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** The XBox360 isn't developed for as much as the PS3 or Wii in Japan, so it would make some sense to have it the [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything least developed world]]. There's also that one model of the 360 uses the [[NorseMythology Valhalla]] motherboard. What doesn't make sense however is that Leanbox has a region called [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Hirool]].

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** The XBox360 isn't developed for as much as the PS3 or Wii in Japan, so it would make some sense to have it the [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything least developed world]]. There's also that one model of the 360 uses the [[NorseMythology [[Myth/NorseMythology Valhalla]] motherboard. What doesn't make sense however is that Leanbox has a region called [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Hirool]].
16th Jul '15 3:37:59 PM Hollownerox
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* One that's brought up in-game but could use a bit more fleshing-out: All of the [=CPUs=] in the Ultradimension from ''Victory'' are basically the same person as they are in the normal Hyperdimension, with the exception of Plutia instead of a second Neptune being Planeptune's CPU. One scene has the characters mention this; Blanc and Vert come to the conclusion that the Ultradimension Nep, being just as carefree and lazy but without the immortality of being a CPU and with no one to depend on, died of starvation. However, TheStinger of the True Ending shows that there ''is'' an Ultradimension Neptune who's alive and well. But then that leaves other questions - is there a Hyperdimension Plutia? What could have happened to her? [[NightmareFuel And is she just as bad as Iris Heart?]]

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* One that's brought up in-game but could use a bit more fleshing-out: All of the [=CPUs=] in the Ultradimension from ''Victory'' are basically the same person as they are in the normal Hyperdimension, with the exception of Plutia instead of a second Neptune being Planeptune's CPU. One scene has the characters mention this; Blanc and Vert come to the conclusion that the Ultradimension Nep, being just as carefree and lazy but without the immortality of being a CPU and with no one to depend on, died of starvation. However, TheStinger of the True Ending shows that there ''is'' an Ultradimension Neptune who's alive and well. But then that leaves other questions - is there a Hyperdimension Plutia? What could have happened to her? [[NightmareFuel And is she just as bad as Iris Heart?]]Heart?]]
** In this case Victory II actually answers this question, with the Ultradimension Nep [[spoiler:pretty much being the same personality wise]].
23rd Mar '15 9:18:45 PM F1Krazy
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* You know how Neptune loses her memory at the start of the first game? Think about it. She's based on a 16-bit console, and the other goddesses are all based on seventh-generation consoles with far greater RAM. Compared to them, Neptune has no memory. ''It's a hardware joke.''
10th Jan '15 2:42:58 PM Kadorhal
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* One that's brought up in-game but could use a bit more fleshing-out: All of the CPUs in the Ultradimension from ''Victory'' are basically the same person as they are in the normal Hyperdimension, with the exception of Plutia existing instead of a second Neptune. If we're to assume she isn't simply a SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute who literally is the Ultradimension version of Nep, then what happened to their version of her? Considering she would likely be just as lazy and carefree as she normally is, but not immortal by virtue of being a CPU and, for all we know, having no one else to depend on, Vert and Blanc's teasing that she died of starvation probably isn't too far off the mark. And that leaves another question - again assuming Plutia and Neptune are not their respective dimensions' versions of the same person, what could have happened to the Hyperdimension Plutia?

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* One that's brought up in-game but could use a bit more fleshing-out: All of the CPUs [=CPUs=] in the Ultradimension from ''Victory'' are basically the same person as they are in the normal Hyperdimension, with the exception of Plutia existing instead of a second Neptune. If we're Neptune being Planeptune's CPU. One scene has the characters mention this; Blanc and Vert come to assume she isn't simply a SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute who literally is the conclusion that the Ultradimension version of Nep, then what happened to their version of her? Considering she would likely be being just as lazy and carefree as she normally is, and lazy but not immortal by virtue without the immortality of being a CPU and, for all we know, having and with no one else to depend on, Vert and Blanc's teasing that she died of starvation probably isn't too far off starvation. However, TheStinger of the mark. And True Ending shows that there ''is'' an Ultradimension Neptune who's alive and well. But then that leaves another question other questions - again assuming Plutia and Neptune are not their respective dimensions' versions of the same person, what is there a Hyperdimension Plutia? What could have happened to the Hyperdimension Plutia?her? [[NightmareFuel And is she just as bad as Iris Heart?]]
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