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  1. Normally, I would've had Noire in my party, but I had change my party around to get the last trophy (the unlock all skills one). Despite my complaints about there not being enough playable characters, it was really hard to choose 4 out of the 8 (later 12) characters. In the first half, I mostly played as Noire and Rom, but in the second half I switched to Purple Heart.
  2. I platinumed Cyberdimension last night, so I'm back to being an Ultrafan again. It was far better than the previous action spin-offs. It would probably be my favorite spin-off in the series if half the characters were actually playable instead of being NPCs. Here are some screenshots, along with a video of Nepgear's introduction (it's cute). Screenshots: Video:
  3. Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online 4 Goddesses Online Master Proof you finished playing 4 Goddesses Online. Thank you for playing this far! I could've finished this sooner, but I got the LE two days late. I wasn't surprised though, since none of the LEs I've bought from the Idea Factory store have come on time... Complaining aside, this is probably the best spin-off in the series. At least to me, anyway. The previous two action games can't even compare to it. When I got the Action U platinum, I put the game back in its case and never touched it again. With 4 Goddesses Online, I actually wanted to keep playing it after getting the platinum. There's still more stuff I want to do, and I'll probably go back and grind to level 200. I can't think of many negative things to say about it, other than the playable characters. Half of the characters that should've been playable... just aren't. At first, it seems like they made it that way so they could sell them as DLC later, but they didn't. I honestly would have preferred that over what we really got, which was nothing. Also, I've heard the online sucks. I can't confirm that though, nor do I really care, since I don't have plus. It didn't quite work out as planned, but here's the platinum screenshot:
  4. I hope so. I might end up importing it anyway, though. If the localized version is dub-only, I probably won't buy it. After playing through the Japanese versions of Sen I and II, I don't think I can go back to playing with no voice acting.
  5. Nice. I don't see why not, since more than half of the games in this PP are not localized. I'm really tempted to import Sen III, but I don't know anywhere near enough Japanese to understand the story. I could probably get through the game just fine, though. This is a little bit outdated now, lol.
  6. If the story isn't progressing, you probably need to do some quests.
  7. By "the third dungeon", are you referring to Tetyu Temple? If you go there right when it becomes available, you will get destroyed. Leave it alone for now, if that's what you're doing.
  8. I'd like to join. I'm a guy and have completed the following eight games: お姉チャンバラZ~カグラ~ With NoNoNo! Onechanbara Z2: Chaos Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus Senran Kagura Estival Versus Senran Kagura Bon Appetit! (Hanzo x Crimson Squad) Akiba's Trip: Undead & Undressed Gal*Gun Double Peace Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni
  9. Aksys recently announced the release date: I don't see anything about a EU release, though.
  10. Currently 3, soon to be 4. Yoru no Nai Kuni (Nights of Azure) Nurse Love Addiction Blue Reflection (of course) The localized version of Yoru no Nai Kuni 2 releases later this month, bringing the count to 4. It's also worth noting that the first Flowers game was localized, but it is on PC only.
  11. I'm still not over it ;_;
  12. Despite never playing it, I voted for Fate Extella. This is just my opinion of course, but Akiba's Beat is terrible. I started it at the end of June, and still haven't finished it. Why? Because it's so damn awful, that I'd rather do just about anything else. I should probably mention that I really liked Akiba's Trip, so much so that I've platinumed it twice. I'll try to keep it short, but I could rant about how much I hate this fucking game all day. My hatred for it is probably somewhat my fault, since I tried to force myself to finish it. Even then, I still gave up (for now, anyway). First, I'd like to start out by saying that the combat is pretty fun, and for the most part, I like the characters. Those are the only positive things I can think of. As for the negatives... I don't even know where to start. The first thing I noticed was that the localization is way too liberal. It's hard to believe that it was done by Xseed. There's a part where a character merely sighs, but there is a whole sentence of dialogue in the subtitles. Some parts are so bad that it seems they completely disregarded the original script, and wrote whatever the fuck they wanted. The worst thing about Akiba's Beat is its length. There's a lot of unnecessary running around, hours of talking to NPCs on the streets, and even more hours of going through the same dungeons over and over again. Cut out all the bullshit, and it would be maybe half as long. Just thinking about it is making me both bored and pissed off at the same time. So much for keeping it short...
  13. Yeah, it was definitely easy. I found it a bit odd that HP and MP is fully restored after each battle. Just taking that away would've balanced the difficulty, I think. Easily my least favorite character. Someone should've slapped that bitch. Yeah, I don't know what I was thinking when I wrote that. There are 12 bonding trophies, (one for each supporting character) and they're all missable.
  14. It was good, but right after this sidequest she went back to just "Hina" again :/