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The game was released for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita on May 29, 2014 in Japan, in North America and Europe by [[Creator/IdeaFactory Idea Factory International]] in February 2015, with a Steam release on April 26, 2016.

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The game was released for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita on May 29, 2014 2014, in Japan, in North America and Europe by [[Creator/IdeaFactory Idea Factory International]] in February 2015, with a Steam release on April 26, 2016.



* BaitAndSwitchComment: Saori's "Waiting under the Legend Tree" special move. It starts out as a typical LoveConfession scene, she's even all embarrassed, then she switches it at the last moment.

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* BaitAndSwitchComment: Saori's "Waiting under the Legend Tree" special move. It starts out as a typical LoveConfession scene, she's even all embarrassed, then she switches it at the last moment.



* DoItYourselfThemeTune: It's Noire's game, so it makes perfect sense for her [[Creator/AsamiImai voice actress]] to sing the game'e opening theme.
* DownloadableContent: 4 playable characters including 3 Makers (IF, Compa and Sting) as well as [[Videogame/FairyFencerF Tiara]][[note]]who indirectly serves as a general representing Fairy Fancer F as well as a pseudo-CPU in gameplay due to retaining her Fairize form[[/note]]. There's also several [[GameBreaker weapons and equipment]] for the download characters.

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* DoItYourselfThemeTune: It's Noire's game, so it makes perfect sense for her [[Creator/AsamiImai voice actress]] to sing the game'e game's opening theme.
* DownloadableContent: 4 playable characters including 3 Makers (IF, Compa and Sting) as well as [[Videogame/FairyFencerF Tiara]][[note]]who indirectly serves as a general representing Fairy Fancer F as well as a pseudo-CPU in gameplay due to retaining her Fairize form[[/note]]. There's There are also several [[GameBreaker weapons and equipment]] for the download characters.



* IdiotBall: Almost all of the cast touches it. Gets more prominent in Chapter 5, where several generals leaves.

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* IdiotBall: Almost all of the cast touches it. Gets more prominent in Chapter 5, where several generals leaves.leave.



** A minor one happens with Warechu's name. In [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America's]] localizations of ''[=Mk2=]'' and ''Victory'', he was renamed "Pirachu". When the English localization rights for the series were handed over to Creator/IdeaFactoryInternational as of Re;Birth 1, his name was reverted back with the release of Re;Birth 2. However, this game still uses his [=NISA=]-given name.

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** A minor one happens with Warechu's name. In [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America's]] localizations of ''[=Mk2=]'' and ''Victory'', he was renamed "Pirachu". When the English localization rights for the series were handed over to Creator/IdeaFactoryInternational as of Re;Birth 1, his name was reverted back with the release of Re;Birth 2. However, this game still uses his [=NISA=]-given name.



* [[MrImagination Ms. Imagination]]: Ein Al is definitely this. Noire catches it too when hanging out with her.

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* [[MrImagination Ms. Imagination]]: Ein Al is definitely this. Noire catches it too when hanging out with her.



* NoFourthWall: Neptune and several [=NPCs=] make reference to how Neptune isn't the protagonist this time. One NPC even wonders if Noire's character can pull the story on her own.

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* NoFourthWall: Neptune and several [=NPCs=] make reference refer to how Neptune isn't the protagonist this time. One NPC even wonders if Noire's character can pull the story on her own.



* OutOfFocus: The game is very much Noire's time to shine, and with her Secretary there to trade exposition with, the other [=CPUs=] have been bumped down to supporting cast members. Recieves a massive and hilarious lampshading when Vert and Blanc suddenly realize that since Neptune isn't the main character they don't have to put up with her antics anymore, and start ignoring her completely.

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* OutOfFocus: The game is very much Noire's time to shine, and with her Secretary there to trade exposition with, the other [=CPUs=] have been bumped down to supporting cast members. Recieves Receives a massive and hilarious lampshading when Vert and Blanc suddenly realize that since Neptune isn't the main character they don't have to put up with her antics anymore, and start ignoring her completely.



* TeethClenchedTeamwork: The [=CPUs=] are not happy about having to work together, but given the circumstances have little other choice.

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* TeethClenchedTeamwork: The [=CPUs=] are not happy about having to work together, but given the circumstances have little other choice.choices.



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: This is the first entry in the series to have the CPU Candidates completely absent since their introduction. It's justified as this is an AlternateContinuity (and one based on ''Victory'', which didn't have those characters as natives to the Ultreadimension) and not really obligated to have these characters.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: This is the first entry in the series to have the CPU Candidates completely absent since their introduction. It's justified as this is an AlternateContinuity (and one based on ''Victory'', which didn't have those characters as natives to the Ultreadimension) and not really obligated to have these characters.


%%Shorthand for the second game should be capitalized as mk2, not Mk2 or mk-2. For the third game, use Victory, not V, since the English name has been confirmed to use the former, and the Japanese title has both.

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%%Shorthand for the second game should be capitalized as mk2, not Mk2 [=Mk2=] or mk-2. For the third game, use Victory, not V, since the English name has been confirmed to use the former, and the Japanese title has both.

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** Probably because this is based on the Goddesses from the Ultradimension and not the Hyperdimension as the sisters were never in the Ultradimension naturally. Though it makes you wonder where Nepgear and Plutia are.
*** Plutia's probably napping and Mini-Histy sent Neptune in her place.


The game was released for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita on May 29, 2014 in Japan, in North America and Europe by [[Creator/IdeaFactory Idea Factory International]] in February 2015 and in Australia in March 2015, with a Steam release on April 26, 2016.

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The game was released for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita on May 29, 2014 in Japan, in North America and Europe by [[Creator/IdeaFactory Idea Factory International]] in February 2015 and in Australia in March 2015, with a Steam release on April 26, 2016.


The game was released in Japan on May 29, 2014, brought to the rest of the world by [[Creator/IdeaFactory Idea Factory International]] in February 2015, with a Steam release in late April of 2016.

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The game was released in Japan for the UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita on May 29, 2014, brought to the rest of the world 2014 in Japan, in North America and Europe by [[Creator/IdeaFactory Idea Factory International]] in February 2015 and in Australia in March 2015, with a Steam release in late on April of 26, 2016.


* OutOfFocus: The game is very much Noire's time to shine, and with her Secretary there to trade exposition with, the other CPUs have been bumped down to supporting cast members. Recieves a massive and hilarious lampshading when Vert and Blanc suddenly realize that since Neptune isn't the main character they don't have to put up with her antics anymore, and start ignoring her completely.

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* OutOfFocus: The game is very much Noire's time to shine, and with her Secretary there to trade exposition with, the other CPUs [=CPUs=] have been bumped down to supporting cast members. Recieves a massive and hilarious lampshading when Vert and Blanc suddenly realize that since Neptune isn't the main character they don't have to put up with her antics anymore, and start ignoring her completely.


-->-- '''Neptune''', after Noire kicks her, Vert's and Blanc's asses

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-->-- '''Neptune''', after Noire kicks defeats her, Vert's Blanc, and Blanc's asses
Vert.



The second spin-off game in the ''VideoGame/{{Neptunia}}'' series, ''Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart'' (''Chō Megami Shinkō Noire Geki-Shin Black Heart'') is a game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita focused on Noire. Noire was chosen because she won a poll to determine a spin-off protagonist. This time, it's a StrategyRPG developed by Creator/StingEntertainment (best known for its ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' series, and who previously collaborated with IF on ''Generation of Chaos 6'' in 2012).

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The second spin-off game in the ''VideoGame/{{Neptunia}}'' series, ''Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart'' (''Chō Megami Shinkō Noire Geki-Shin Black Heart'') is a game for the UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita focused on Noire. Noire was chosen because she won a poll in 2011 to determine a spin-off protagonist. This time, it's a StrategyRPG developed by Creator/StingEntertainment (best known for its ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' series, and who previously collaborated with IF on ''Generation of Chaos 6'' in 2012).


* ADayInTheLimelight: this game features Noire as the Main Character (and the player as a SupportingProtagonist)

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* ADayInTheLimelight: this game features Noire as the Main Character (and the player as a SupportingProtagonist)SupportingProtagonist). Lampshaded by Neptune, who is less than amused to be dethroned from the protagonist spot.


* YuriGenre: As expected from this series. In fact, this entry [[SerialEscalation goes one step beyond]] with the [[RelationshipValues Lily Boost]] cutscene involving your characters giving each other a peck on the cheek.

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* YuriGenre: As expected from this series. In fact, On the one hand, this entry seems to have [[SerialEscalation goes gone one step beyond]] with the [[RelationshipValues Lily Boost]] cutscene involving your characters giving each other a peck on the cheek.cheek... while on the other hand, we're treated with a [[TheGenericGuy generic self-insert character]] (stated to be male) and one scene involves [[spoiler:[[BaitAndSwitchLesbians Noire and Saori 'practising' proposing with the self-insert character as the target.]]]]


* MoeAnthropomorphism: In addition to the [=CPUs=], the Generals are based on video game franchises such as ''Franchise/FinalFantasy, Franchise/DragonQuest, Franchise/MetalGear, Videogame/TheIdolmaster, VideoGame/InazumaEleven, VideoGame/AgarestSenki,'' and ''(Ms?) VideoGame/PacMan'' among others

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* MoeAnthropomorphism: In addition to the [=CPUs=], the Generals are based on video game franchises such as ''Franchise/FinalFantasy, Franchise/DragonQuest, VideoGame/DragonQuest, Franchise/MetalGear, Videogame/TheIdolmaster, VideoGame/InazumaEleven, VideoGame/AgarestSenki,'' and ''(Ms?) VideoGame/PacMan'' among others


->''"[[NoFourthWall I blame... the designers... for not making me the lead.]]"''
-->-- '''Neptune''', [[CurbStompBattle after Noire kicks her, Vert's and Blanc's asses]]

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->''"[[NoFourthWall I ->''"I blame... the designers... for not making me the lead.]]"''
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-->-- '''Neptune''', [[CurbStompBattle after Noire kicks her, Vert's and Blanc's asses]]
asses


* NotAsYouKnowThem: Anyone who joined the series with the Re;Birth games will find the [=CPUs=] to be [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] compared to their portrayal there, and some of their jabs at each other to be downright mean-spirited. This is due to the game using the personalities of the original Ultradimension goddesses from [[VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaVictory Victory]], who were [[BaseBreaker divisively harsh]] before the remakes gave them their more approachable personas.

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* NotAsYouKnowThem: Anyone who joined the series with the Re;Birth games will find the [=CPUs=] to be [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] compared to their portrayal there, and some of their jabs at each other to be downright mean-spirited. This is due to the game using the personalities of the original Ultradimension goddesses from [[VideoGame/HyperdimensionNeptuniaVictory Victory]], who were [[BaseBreaker divisively harsh]] harsh before the remakes gave them their more approachable personas.


The second spin-off game in the ''VideoGame/{{Neptunia}}'' series, ''Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart'' (''Chō Megami Shinkō Noire Geki-Shin Black Heart'') is a game for the PlayStationVita focused on Noire. Noire was chosen because she won a poll to determine a spin-off protagonist. This time, it's a StrategyRPG developed by Creator/StingEntertainment (best known for its ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' series, and who previously collaborated with IF on ''Generation of Chaos 6'' in 2012).

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The second spin-off game in the ''VideoGame/{{Neptunia}}'' series, ''Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart'' (''Chō Megami Shinkō Noire Geki-Shin Black Heart'') is a game for the PlayStationVita UsefulNotes/PlayStationVita focused on Noire. Noire was chosen because she won a poll to determine a spin-off protagonist. This time, it's a StrategyRPG developed by Creator/StingEntertainment (best known for its ''VideoGame/DeptHeaven'' series, and who previously collaborated with IF on ''Generation of Chaos 6'' in 2012).



* {{Irony}}: Despite the game released in the PlaystationVita, Uni is nowhere to be seen.

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* {{Irony}}: Despite the game released in the PlaystationVita, Playstation Vita, Uni is nowhere to be seen.

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* DoItYourselfThemeTune: It's Noire's game, so it makes perfect sense for her [[Creator/AsamiImai voice actress]] to sing the game'e opening theme.


The game was released in Japan on May 29, 2014, brought to the rest of the world by [[Creator/IdeaFactory Idea Factory International]] in February 2015, with a Steam release in late April of 2015.

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The game was released in Japan on May 29, 2014, brought to the rest of the world by [[Creator/IdeaFactory Idea Factory International]] in February 2015, with a Steam release in late April of 2015.2016.

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