YMMV: Neptunia

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  • Alternate Console Interpretation: Would you really have imagined the Xbox 360 goddess as a sleepy slacker, the Wii goddess as a grouchy flat-chested girl who swears like a sailor, or the PS3 as a Tsundere?
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment: Most of the scenes that reference other video game series are this.
  • Broken Base: Neptunia fans will argue and fight over which of the main four CPUs is the best, but when Plutia is brought up, it's instantly a civil discussion about how great Plutia is. Makes sense considering this is Console Wars as a video game after all.
  • Cargo Ship: Neptune x Pudding and a Cargo Foe Yay Shipping with Neptune x Eggplant.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: Japan apparently loves Black Heart. To the point that she gets her own game. And is it any wonder? She encompasses more Moe characteristics in her character than any of the other girlsnote  and she's the CPU that represents the PlayStation 3, the console that the franchise itself is debuted on.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple: The games has Neptune x Noire and Nepgear x Uni, but some fans prefer Vert x Blanc and Neptune x Plutia with Peashy as their daughter.
  • I Am Not Shazam: The main character is Neptune, not Neptunia.
  • Just Here for Godzilla: Many believe that most of the people who buy these games only play them for the yuri.
  • Moe: EVERY playable character.
  • Never Live It Down: In the Bad Ending of the second game, Nepgear gets a hold of a demonic sword and proceeds to kill all of the other protagonists to power it up (in order to kill the Big Bad), while they all react very seriously to her actions. For one reason or another, some people have taken Nepgear's actions in this ending seriously as well, and made Nepgear into a Scrappy solely because of it.
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not for Little Girls?: Clueless parents who overlook the Cleavage Windows and the T (M in the case of mk2) rating may think the Neptunia games are good presents for their daughters.
    • The funny thing is the games DO have some messages that are good for girls growing up, like that you shouldn't let petty things and arguments keep you from being friends and that sometimes you have to work hard to achieve what you set out to do. But that doesn't really change the fact that the games are filled with skimpy outfits and a rather considerable amount of swearing and lewd jokes.