- New multiplayer mode - Tag your friends in the all-new multiplayer mode. Play with up to 4 players ad-hoc and Nep up those zombies
- Tag team is back - Switch out between two characters as you hack 'n slash. Bring along 2 support characters for bonuses in battle!
Fight off zombie hordes with friends in the first multiplayer game in the Neptunia series, MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies for the PlayStation Vita system. It is a sequel to the high intensity hack 'n slash action game Neptunia U.
Set in Gamicademi, Gamindustri's academy for CPUs and CPU candidates, Blanc and friends must film a movie to save their school, fend off zombies, and look cute at the same time. Play with up to three friends in the multiplayer mode or, with two support characters to boost statuses in battle, tag team with another character, including new characters, Tamsoft and Uzume Tennouboshi, and familiar faces, Plutia, Peashy, Dengekiko, and Famitsu, to Nep up some zombies. Additionally, you can stylize characters with accessories like glasses, eye patches, and masks to make sure you look extra cute while slaying zombies.
|Official Release Date||May 13, 2016|
MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies Iffy-cial Announcement Trailer [US] (YouTube)
|Average rating:||(4 out of 5)|
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Refined and enhanced for a better gameplay.. Blanc finally had her own game :)
One of another series of Neptune that is very good.
They removed the costume break and the levels are much, *much* shorter. You can complete the game in about four hours. Pretty dull stuff.
Pretty much plays like Dynasty Warriors except the map variety is extremely limited, with the only obstructions on the field are the enemies themselves, and no other side missions to have once you're already in combat.
There's enough characters in the selection to choose from, so you'll be able to find at least one or two characters you'll love to play as and dish out the damage on your zombie-sounding foes. Not much to the character customisation on equipment and items, other than boosting their base stats, and crafting felt tacked on, really.
Story-wise, it's pretty bland with the same setup of jokes you'll get from the other games in the series. Soon, you'll feel a little detached from it, which isn't going to help when the combat becomes repetitive very quickly.
Of course, since you have multiplayer available now, you'll probably have more fun with buddies to team up.
Overall, it's a nice touch with its hack-and-slash battles and familiar quirky female leads, but don't expect much from it. You would have seen it all already from previous games who'll done the same genre.
It's a good game of the Neptunia series. It's good because it offers variety: instead of an RPG, a game with lots of action - good action - is what we get, and it's glorious. A must-have for any Neptunia fan, or any beat'em-up fan in general.
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