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This is a chronological archive of all of my Guides and Walkthroughs, usually for niche/indie games it’s hard to find info for.
If you see something that’s missing or have a question to ask, feel free to reach out in the comments or over email! I read all comments and do my best to update any guide no matter how old any time there’s new information or improvements to be made.
These can be of the form of direct walkthroughs, general how-tos with relevant information, or more specific like trophy conditions, lists of unlisted secrets/cheats/unlocks, or just any info I wish I had known when I started playing.
When I started this site I didn’t plan on bringing other writers on board, but plans always change. So today I’m announcing two changes.
First, this site will be somewhat of a home for Neptunia information, as I’ve found it frustratingly difficult to scrape together information on what’s a fairly popular series (for it’s budget/pedigree). These stories will be collected under a new top level menu item for Neptunia. I’ll keep making import guides and covering the release of new games in Japanese, as well as guides once (or before!) the English version hits western shores.
Second, welcome aboard guest writer Sik, who will be assisting in writing about Neptunia!
Abyssrium updated today, and while I updated my guide to have all this info, I thought I might post a more concise article since it’s a lot of info to skim. All updates will always go to the main guide, but if there’s a significant update I might also post little one off articles like this.
AbyssRium’s New Themes
Themes for Coralite, Coral and background have been added; click the new Palette icon between Photo and Menu (Cardboard VR for Android is now under the Camera menu).
It’s mostly a way for them to give you more reason to spend gems, but a few items in every category are free, and all the Halloween visual effects were converted into themes for you to use.
All theme options have previews so you can see what it looks like before buying. If it doesn’t cost gems, it’s actually free once you’ve met the condition.
So Neptunia Re;Birth 1 has a pretty disastrously hard boss fight: Black Heart, and it’s right at the start of the game. If you’re here, you might have ragequit because of it. I come bearing the following good news:
Re;Birth 1 is the only game in the series this unreasonable
There’s only 2 fights like this, both at the start of the game
A half hour+ of grinding is really all that’s needed to make this quite easy, it’s mostly a level mismatch
I have a PC save file to help you get past it without spoiling the rest of the game!
Download this save file (created by @badp) and you’ll be level 15 and just before the Black Heart fight. It copies to save slot 19 so it shouldn’t erase any of your saves. Copy it to “Documents\My Games\Idea Factory International, Inc\Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1”, on modern Windows systems pasting that into Windows Explorer’s bar will take you right there. Failing that, navigate to your My Documents folder and continue down.
No DLC was used in making the save so it’s maximally compatible, but you’ll have to re-obtain Peashy/Plutia and grind them a tiny bit if you bought the DLC (not a big deal at all since all characters get XP not just the party). Should be fairly easy but read the strategy below if you’re still new to the series/having issues.
Unfortunately due to trophies I do not believe such a method is possible on PS Vita so you’ll have to grind a bit yourself and follow below.
So you want pretty, expensive Japanese things but you don’t live in pretty, expensive Japan, huh? Amazon’s Japanese branch has recently become a lot friendlier to importers, so if you want Japanese games, figures or other collectibles, it’s a good time to try them out. Here’s how to get started!
This is a mostly complete guide for Superdimension Neptune vs Sega Hard Girls for PS Vita and PC.
I got sidetracked and it’s not quite as complete as I would like, but as always with my guides, feel free to leave any questions or comments in the Comments Section below and I’ll update. All info should be valid for both Playstation Vita and PC versions of the game.
Welcome to SuperDimension Neptune vs Sega Hard Girls!
Yes, this game has missable Medals and Baseballs required for trophies. It’s not a big deal unless you’re aware of it, but be mindful. Specifically Panique Cave and floors 1 and 2 of Toyopolis need to be re-explored after certain events (adding the bridge in Megadrive Panique Cave and adding floors to Toyopolis).
Other than these, and the fact that a New Game Plus is required to perform certain actions (including the Delphinus trophy) this game is extremely light on missable content and very stress free!
Is it Good?
I’ll have a full review coming on this site soon. But it’s the best side game so far (almost as good as a Rebirth series game I would say), though it has some flaws. I’d recommend it for any fans of Neptunia or big fans of Sega Hard Girls for sure.
This is a “mini guide” for Tap Tap Fish – AbyssRium, with only the Halloween Event (2016) information, split out to be faster & easier to load on mobile devices. Feel free to add to your homescreen for easy access!
See the main guide for a more comprehensive set of information.
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2017-10-17: Added info on the new IAP thanks to Tachys in the comments!
2017-09-15: Green The Planet 2 updated with two new IAP, one to disable ads, the other I’m not sure how it works but it claims to speed up analysis. If anyone bought them I’d love to know the exact details!
2017-05-14: Started playing again. Started some updates: Of note, Auto Launcher now works for charge weapons!
2017-05-01: I lost my save file for this Green The Planet 2 a while back and noticed the game and the guide have been picking up traction. If I’m missing anything let me know or ask a question and I’ll try to improve the guide.
Green The Planet 2 Game Info
Title: Green The Planet 2
Platform: Android & iOS
Release date: 2016?
Developer: Kikaku Damashii, Inc
Price: Free to Play with ads/IAP to disable ads
Genre: Idle Game/Turret
Filesize: 32 MB (Up to ~200 with cached ads)
Cloud Save: NO
Always Online: No. Ads do not load offline.
Gambling element: No
Battery Drain: Very high
Data Usage: None (Offline)/ Moderate (watching video ads + online)
This guide has all hidden fish in AbyssRium: Tap Tap Fish for iOS and Android, and their unlocking requirements, and pretty much all you need to know about AbyssRium. The guide’s pretty big, so use the Table of Contents below to look around!
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2019-06-13: Moved Fusion Fish back to a separate page. 5 new fusion fish added to the game and new “hiding fish” which I added to the event guide.
Hyperdimension Neptunia can be a confusing series to try to keep up with for new players; it’s actually pretty simple, but the titles are definitely weird for sure. So here’s two explanations, one short that tells you all you need to know, and one long that tells you probably way more than you need to know.
Update 2018-03-19: So Cyberdimension Neptunia released and it’s largely in the “non-canon spinoffs” section, though it could potentially be in the main timeline post-Victory 2. Not much of consequence story-wise happens in it so it doesn’t really matter where/whether it’s in the timeline, though it’s inclusion of certain characters makes it clearly post V2 if it is “canon”. But it’s mostly focused on slice-of-life and character development over any plot threads.
Basically we have three mainline games which have a PS3 release and a Vita/PC Remake, a fourth mainline game with a single PS4/PC release, and a bunch of Vita/PC side games with no bearing in canon. The remakes are functionally equivalent to the main games in terms of the canon story, so don’t worry about “which” canon.
VIIR is a new addition, but is largely the same as VII as far as story is concerned.