History VideoGame / HyperdimensionNeptuniaMk2

21st Jun '17 10:25:32 PM Cryocene
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* BonusBoss: Tons in the coliseum, the hardest of them being [[spoiler: Delphinus]].

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* BonusBoss: Tons in the coliseum, the hardest of them being [[spoiler: Delphinus]].[[spoiler:Delphinus]].



* DarkerAndEdgier: Definitely compared to the first. [[spoiler: '''''especially''''' if you're on The Conquest Ending. The multiple cases of Assisted Dei-Suicide alone would have contributed to it's M rating.]]
* DarkestHour: Nepgear in the absurdly disturbing Conquest Ending. She takes her experiences pretty well, not completely reaching the DespairEventHorizon, particularly considering that she's being forced to [[spoiler:kill all of her friends--including two small children while they sob on each other and hold hands after their older sister was just stabbed to death--and her only living relative, along with practically every single person she's become friends with throughout the game, all in a last-ditch attempt to prevent a tragedy that she ultimately doesn't prevent, anyway.]]

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Definitely compared to the first. [[spoiler: '''''especially''''' if you're on The the Conquest Ending. The multiple cases of Assisted Dei-Suicide alone would have contributed to it's M rating.]]
* DarkestHour: Nepgear in the The absurdly disturbing Conquest Ending. She takes her experiences pretty well, not completely reaching Ending for the DespairEventHorizon, particularly considering that she's being entire cast. Nepgear is forced to [[spoiler:kill all of her friends--including two small children while they sob on each other CPU friends and hold hands after their older sister was just stabbed to death--and her only living relative, along with practically every single person she's become friends with throughout the game, all in a last-ditch attempt to prevent a tragedy the end of the world. And it's heavily implied that she ultimately doesn't prevent, anyway.her actions didn't prevent the tragedy,but in fact ''ensures'' it.]]



* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:The non-canon Conquest Ending. See DarkestHour above and ShootTheShaggyDog[=/=]SuicideForOthersHappiness below.]]

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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:The non-canon Conquest Ending. Ending is heavily implied to be this. See DarkestHour above and ShootTheShaggyDog[=/=]SuicideForOthersHappiness below.ShootTheShaggyDog.]]



* GottaKillThemAll: [[spoiler:The Conquest Ending route plot is this; yes you have to kill all the goddesses. Thank you Compile Heart...]]

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* GottaKillThemAll: [[spoiler:The Conquest Ending route plot is this; yes you have to kill all the goddesses. Thank you Compile Heart...It's disturbing, to say the least.]]



** There's also the first battle against [[spoiler:a [[ThatOneBoss Killachine]]]]; even though the damn thing fades out via the standard enemy death animation, the party's dialogue goes on to reveal that it was too powerful for them.

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** There's also the first battle against [[spoiler:a [[ThatOneBoss Killachine]]]]; Killachine]]; even though the damn thing fades out via the standard enemy death animation, the party's dialogue goes on to reveal that it was too powerful for them.



* HungryWeapon: [[spoiler:The Malice sword, which grows more powerful as it consumes [[KillTheGod fallen CPUs]] until it becomes the Gehaburn. "Feeding" it and using the word on Arfoire is the point of the Conquest Ending, where where after learning about that aspect forces Nepgear to avoid using the sword and try to find an alternative, only to be forced to kill her friends and sister with it anyway.]]

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* HungryWeapon: [[spoiler:The Malice sword, which grows more powerful as it consumes [[KillTheGod fallen CPUs]] until it becomes the Gehaburn. "Feeding" it and using the word sword on Arfoire is the point of the Conquest Ending, where where after learning about that aspect forces Nepgear to avoid using the sword and try to find an alternative, only to be forced to kill her friends and sister with it anyway.Ending.]]



* ItsAWonderfulFailure[=/=]KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The Conquest ending. See DarkestHour and HungryWeapon above and ShootTheShaggyDog[=/=]SuicideForOthersHappiness below.]]

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* ItsAWonderfulFailure[=/=]KillEmAll: [[spoiler: The Conquest ending. See DarkestHour and HungryWeapon above and ShootTheShaggyDog[=/=]SuicideForOthersHappiness below.ShootTheShaggyDog.]]



* MoodWhiplash: Goes through it ''bad'' during the Conquest Ending. In between all the drama and [[spoiler:killing your good friends to power up your weapon]], the battle dialogue stays the ''exact'' same. So now it seems like Neptune is unironically cracking jokes and trash talking [[spoiler:all her friends right before she kills them.]]

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* MoodWhiplash: Goes through it ''bad'' during the Conquest Ending. In between all the drama and [[spoiler:killing your good friends and family to power up your weapon]], the battle dialogue stays the ''exact'' same. So now it seems like Neptune is unironically cracking jokes and trash talking [[spoiler:all her friends right before she kills them.]]



* MultipleEndings: There are a lot of them. ''[=Re;Birth2=]'' adds one more.
** This game has the most endings out of the whole series with a total of [[UpToEleven nine endings]]!

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* MultipleEndings: There are a lot of them. ''[=Re;Birth2=]'' adds one more.
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more. This gives the game has the most endings out of in the whole series franchise with a total of [[UpToEleven nine endings]]!



* RuleOfSymbolism: How many fans interpreted the [[spoiler:Conquest Ending. Even if you end the UsefulNotes/ConsoleWars by having one Super Console that plays everything, piracy will always continue to exist. With only one super console, the industry will stall without competition. And a gaming world without competition will not improve and will fall apart sooner or later. It's even lampshaded by Deity of Sin Arfoire herself in that particular ending]].

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* RuleOfSymbolism: How many the fans interpreted usually interpret the [[spoiler:Conquest Ending. Even if you end the UsefulNotes/ConsoleWars by having one Super Console that plays everything, piracy will always continue to exist. With only one super console, the industry will stall without competition. And a gaming world without competition will not improve and will fall apart sooner or later. It's even lampshaded by Deity of Sin Arfoire herself in that particular ending]].



* ScriptedBattle: Your first boss fight in this game is against CFW Judge, and even if you unload Nepgear's most powerful attack at that point against him, it will only do zero damage.
** In fact, even if you're at [[{{AbsurdlyHighLevelCap}} maximum level with the DLC]] and could {{One Hit Kill}} CFW Judge, you STILL do zero damage.

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* ScriptedBattle: Your first boss fight in this game is against CFW Judge, and even if you unload Nepgear's most powerful attack at that point against him, it will only do zero damage.
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damage. In fact, even if you're at [[{{AbsurdlyHighLevelCap}} maximum level with the DLC]] and could {{One Hit Kill}} CFW Judge, you STILL do zero damage.



* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:The Conquest Ending. Nepgear feeds the demon sword by killing ''all of the other [=CPUs=]'' with it, then destroys Arfoire with the fully powered sword. Arfoire, however, seems to take being defeated quite well, all things considered... The reason why is that, by having killed the other [=CPUs=], Nepgear has fated the world to have no competition, and therefore no progress. With no progress, Gamindustri will ultimately crumble, and Arfoire will then return to feast on the remains. The implications of this are that the [=CPUs=] all died, not to avert Gamindustri's end, but to make it inevitable. Thankfully, this is only one of Multiple Endings, so it is not strictly canon.]]

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* ShootTheShaggyDog: [[spoiler:The Conquest Ending. Ending is implied to be this. Nepgear feeds the demon sword Malice Sword by killing ''all of the other [=CPUs=]'' with it, then destroys Arfoire with the fully powered sword. Arfoire, however, seems to take being defeated quite well, all things considered... The reason why is that, by having killed the other [=CPUs=], Nepgear has fated the world to have no competition, and therefore no progress. With no progress, Gamindustri will ultimately crumble, and Arfoire will then return to feast on the remains. The implications of this are that the [=CPUs=] all died, not to avert Gamindustri's end, but to make it inevitable. Thankfully, this is only one of Multiple Endings, so it is not strictly canon.]]
17th Jun '17 5:55:08 PM nombretomado
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* RecursiveCanon: In one of her Chirps, Vert mentions requesting for ''Neptunia mk2'' to be released for "[[{{Xbox360}} the Box]]."

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* RecursiveCanon: In one of her Chirps, Vert mentions requesting for ''Neptunia mk2'' to be released for "[[{{Xbox360}} "[[UsefulNotes/Xbox360 the Box]]."
14th Mar '17 4:00:37 AM Creek719
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* SameContentDifferentRating: A case of rating lowering from the original M to a T. Even though the game is still the same bar the voice acting. Meaning either the NISA inflated the rating because of the darker and edgier approach or the ESRB being more lenient.

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* SameContentDifferentRating: A case of rating lowering from the original M to a T. Even though the game is still the same (and actually has a CG of CFW Trick licking Rom and Ram ''added'') bar the voice acting. Meaning either the NISA inflated the rating because of the darker and edgier approach or the ESRB being more lenient.
9th Mar '17 4:30:33 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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** The Scout named [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/neptunia/images/1/14/Misuo.png/revision/latest?cb=20140311200043 "Misuo"]] is a parody of the infamous [[TheScrappy Mist Rex]] from VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsK, and most of his lines are parodies of Mist's [[MemeticMutation horribly written dialogue]] from that game. Such as "This world isn't worth saving!" and "I'm used suppressing riots."

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** The Scout named [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/neptunia/images/1/14/Misuo.png/revision/latest?cb=20140311200043 "Misuo"]] is a parody of the infamous [[TheScrappy Mist Rex]] from VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsK, and most of his lines are parodies of Mist's [[MemeticMutation horribly written dialogue]] from that game. Such as "This world isn't worth saving!" and "I'm used to suppressing riots."
7th Mar '17 4:58:06 AM SuperFeatherYoshi
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** The Scout named [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/neptunia/images/1/14/Misuo.png/revision/latest?cb=20140311200043 "Misuo"]] is a parody of the infamous [[TheScrappy Mist Rex]] from VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsK, and most of his lines are parodies of Mist's [[MemeticMutation horribly written dialogue]] from that game. Such as "This world isn't worth saving!" and "I'm used suppressing riots."
7th Dec '16 9:04:12 AM CherryLotus
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* {{Mordor}}: The Gamindustri Graveyard. Bonus points for the [[http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/neptunia/images/9/9d/Hyperdimension-Neptunia-mk2_2011_04-21-11_013.png ominous tower with an eye on it]].

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* {{Mordor}}: The Gamindustri Graveyard. Bonus points for the [[http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/neptunia/images/9/9d/Hyperdimension-Neptunia-mk2_2011_04-21-11_013.png png/revision/latest?cb=20120215041719 ominous tower with an eye on it]].
6th Dec '16 10:57:19 AM CherryLotus
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* {{Mordor}}: The Gamindustri Graveyard. Bonus points for the [[http://images3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110605024621/hyperdimensionneptunia/images/d/db/Graveyard.jpg ominous tower with an eye on it]].

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* {{Mordor}}: The Gamindustri Graveyard. Bonus points for the [[http://images3.[[http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110605024621/hyperdimensionneptunia/images/d/db/Graveyard.jpg net/neptunia/images/9/9d/Hyperdimension-Neptunia-mk2_2011_04-21-11_013.png ominous tower with an eye on it]].
6th Dec '16 10:52:11 AM CherryLotus
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** This game has the most endings out of the whole series with a total of [[UpToEleven nine endings]]!
3rd Dec '16 7:34:48 AM Wuz
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A remake for the UsefulNotes/PSVita was later released, titled ''Hyperdimension Neptunia [=Re;Birth2=] SISTERS GENERATION'' (''Chō Ji Jigen Game Neptune [=Re;Birth2=] SISTERS GENERATION''). Akin to the earlier remake game for the PS Vita, VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaReBirth1, this game also utilises the battle system from ''[[VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaVictory Victory]]'' in addition to ''[[VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaReBirth1 Re;Birth1]]'''s "remake system", which unlocks special modifications to the game. The remake features an improved framerate compared to the performance of the original [=PS3=] game, in addition to [[UpdatedRerelease reworked voice acting, music and visuals]].

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A remake for the UsefulNotes/PSVita was later released, titled ''Hyperdimension Neptunia [=Re;Birth2=] SISTERS GENERATION'' (''Chō Ji Jigen Game Neptune [=Re;Birth2=] SISTERS GENERATION''). Akin to the earlier remake game for the PS Vita, VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaReBirth1, ''VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaReBirth1'', this game also utilises the battle system from ''[[VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaVictory Victory]]'' in addition to ''[[VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaReBirth1 Re;Birth1]]'''s "remake system", which unlocks special modifications to the game. The remake features an improved framerate compared to the performance of the original [=PS3=] game, in addition to [[UpdatedRerelease reworked voice acting, music and visuals]].
3rd Dec '16 7:33:52 AM Wuz
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!!Tropes in Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2:

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!!Tropes in Hyperdimension ''Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2:mk2'':



* MultipleEndings: There are a lot of them. ''Re;Birth2'' adds one more.
* ObviousBeta: The [=DLCs=] fixed this though. Even without the DLC, mk2 is still not as bad as its predecessor in terms of being an Obvious Beta.

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* MultipleEndings: There are a lot of them. ''Re;Birth2'' ''[=Re;Birth2=]'' adds one more.
* ObviousBeta: The [=DLCs=] fixed this though. Even without the DLC, mk2 ''mk2'' is still not as bad as its predecessor in terms of being an Obvious Beta.



!! Tropes exclusive to Re;Birth2:

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!! Tropes exclusive to Re;Birth2:''[=Re;Birth2=]'':



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Just like ''[[VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaReBirth1 Re;Birth1]]'', Gust and Nisa are not present. They've been absent since ''Victory'' and were outright written out of the story here and in ''Re;Birth1''. However, 5pb. and Rde return after having received this treatment previously.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Just like ''[[VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaReBirth1 Re;Birth1]]'', Gust and Nisa are not present. They've been absent since ''Victory'' and were outright written out of the story here and in ''Re;Birth1''.''[=Re;Birth1=]''. However, 5pb. and Rde return after having received this treatment previously.
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