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Content Rating: Teen
Play solo or online in a 4-person party in this game within a game! It's up to the Goddesses to hack and slash through “Alsgard” and rescue the creators of Leanverde.
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Kyle Johnson — Oct 09, 2017
While the use of Unreal Engine 4 and the PS4 may have been a good chance for some innovation in Cyberdimension Neptunia, there’s this pervading sense of wasted potential. As charming and heartwarming as it may be, Cyberdimension Neptunia can’t quite escape its dull gameplay, unfortunate framerate issues, or surprisingly short runtime. It may be some time before the next Neptunia game, but let’s hope Compile Heart can learn from the mistakes made here.
Jowi Girard-Meli — Oct 11, 2017
Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online is a perfectly serviceable action RPG. That might not sound like a ringing endorsement, but for folks who are looking for a bit of mindless, distracting entertainment (and who couldn’t use that with all the things going on in the world today?), Tamsoft’s latest foray into this goofy game industry parody should fit the bill nicely. It’s certainly not the mark of a masterpiece when the most you can say about a game is that it’s fun and mostly inoffensive, but this series has never really been aiming for that high mark in the first place, and that’s just fine by me.
Jason Bohn — Oct 05, 2017
Speaking personally, Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online was a tonic I needed that arrived at just the right time. Itâs pure, cheerful escapism that only wants to be fun for the player. Some might say that it tries too hard and this outing wonât change any minds. Fans will tell you that the damnable earnestness of it all lifts it up. This is also the first time that the series has managed to feel great in a true action form. Perfectly hitting every note that makes this series so popular, fans of Neptunia will have plenty to do with 4 Goddesses Online and those curious about the series should start here.
Azario Lopez — Oct 09, 2017
Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online made me excited for this series’ potential again. I took a break and came back to find that, outside of Unreal Engine 4 graphics, the biggest changes were in gameplay and story progression, but the cast of characters, which I feel is the heart of the series, is better than ever in this entry. With solid controls, a variations of quests, multiple dungeons to explore, and many hours of items collecting and level grinding, Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online will provide that Nep-tastic adventure that fans have been waiting for while at the same time slowing down in certain parts for new fans to jump in and acquaint themselves with the Goddesses.
Brandon Howard — Oct 06, 2017
Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online is a pleasant surprise, actually. The fast-paced combat is a welcome change from the tedious encounter system from previous games, and the story strikes a good balance of cutesy and interesting. Unfortunately, the gameplay gets really repetitive as bosses and enemies get reused level after level, so it's hard to want to keep at it for long. The balancing is completely off, and there's not a lot of challenge past the first couple of dungeons. Still, the gameplay has its charms, and the solid writing makes this one of the first Neptunia titles casual RPG fans and devout Neptune addicts might both enjoy.
Miguel Moran — Nov 13, 2017
I was so ready for an action RPG entry in the Neptunia series to come along and scratch my itch, but instead it puked on my lap and barely touched the itch. I had so much fun with the story and characters, but with better combat and more consistent performance, this game could’ve been something special.
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