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Choujigen Game Neptune: The Animation

Choujigen Game Neptune: The Animation

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Kami Jigen Game Neptune V, Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory
Japanese: 超次元ゲイム ネプテューヌ THE ANIMATION


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 12, 2013 to Sep 27, 2013
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.071 (scored by 15396 users)
Ranked: #29762
Popularity: #888
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This is Gamindustri. Beings called the Goddesses rule the countries of this unreal world. The four Goddesses govern four states: Planeptune, Lastation, Lowee, and Leanbox. For many long years, these countries fought each other over the Shares, the source of the Goddess power.

However, fearful that the conflict would pointlessly erode their countries' strength, the Goddesses signed a Friendship Treaty forbidding them from taking Shares by force.

Under the treaty, the Goddesses and their younger sisters took a step forward to a new stage in their relations. It was the dawn of a new, dynamic era marked occasionally by shared laughter, disputes as well cooperation.

What does the future hold in store for Gamindustri?

(Source: Official Site)


Episodes  0 / 12
Aired  Jul 12, 2013 to Sep 27, 2013
Status  Finished Airing
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Adaptation: Choujigen Game Neptune: Megami Tsuushin, Choujigen Game Neptune: High School, Choujigen Game Neptune: The Animation, Choujigen Game Neptune: The Animation - Hello New World, Choujigen Game Neptune
Sequel: Choujigen Game Neptune: The Animation OVA

Characters & Voice Actors

Tanaka, Rie
Tanaka, Rie
Imai, Asami
Imai, Asami
Asumi, Kana
Asumi, Kana
Satou, Rina
Satou, Rina


Mukai, Masahiro
Aketagawa, Jin
Sound Director
Abe, Masashi
Episode Director
Fujimoto, Jirou
Episode Director, Storyboard

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Dec 26, 2014
As an anime, Hyperdimension Neptunia fails. There is little to no plot, no build up or character development and, unless your a fan of the games, it has a sense of humour you probably wouldn't understand. And that's the whole point right there. This anime was made for one sole purpose: fan service. And not the obvious kind of fan service that's apparent from the opening moments that can be found throughout the anime, but the kind of fan service that makes fans of the games happy. Don't think I'm bashing Hyperdimension Neptunia at all. I LOVE the games. That was just a view of read more
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Oct 5, 2013
As a big, humungous, obnoxious fan of the Hyperdimension Neptunia video games, I was overjoyed to hear that it was getting an anime adaption.

Studio David had us believing that they were going to do pretty well by this adaption. And in the first few episodes, that’s the impression you get. But from there on, it all goes downhill. It’s unfortunate, but the end product turned out to be a bit of a rushed mess that only captured a fraction of what was so loveable about the games.

The first thing that’s noticeably off about this adaption is the character designs. Tsunako, the original character read more
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Oct 20, 2013
It’s one thing when you are a fan of a video game that all of a sudden has been confirmed to have an anime adaptation and feel nothing but contempt and frustration in the reasoning why they would bother. However, when your game is already in-of-itself a game that already acts like an anime, already you think to yourself that this will already be a slam dunk based on how it was born to become an anime show in the first place. So likewise, I was in the same mindset going into this. What I got in the end for Neptunia the Animation was nothing read more
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Jul 17, 2014
This is probably one of the most outdated reviews ever for a really unpopular show. But recent events got me into a neptunia phase so I felt like writing this review. Bear in mind that I only re-watched a few episodes before writing this review because I'm lazy and I have not played many of the games. Let's start the review.

First off, people have called this anime a not so great adaption to the video games. But what anime based off a video game is? (I can't think of any) Even for anime standards it is not so great. Little to no story, no fleshed read more
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The premise of K-ON! and Neptunia are both about cute girls being brought together due to a common cause and in both series, end up doing cute things. While the setting may differ greatly, both series are light-hearted in nature and the girls' antics are guaranteed to leave you in laughter. 
In both series, there's the fantasy world where there's fun, action, and adventure like setting.

Dog Days and Neptune also both have fan service involving the female cast. In general, they have the same vibe in terms of fantasy. There's also rulers in their perspective worlds. Additionally, there's conflicts between certain nations. Oh and the characters' designs are adorable in terms of visual artwork. In Dog Days though, there's a little romance added in while Neptune focuses more on fun and friendship. 
Both shows have similar fantasy themes to it. Main characters either just have fun or go on an adventure/quests like fighting bad guys, etc from time to time. As a bonus, the girls in both shows also have transformation scenes! 
As far as these two series goes, Date a Live and Neptune both involves girls with super powers. Their setting contrasts each other but they have similar character designs. This is because Tsunako is involved with the artwork which makes both series' characters look somewhat similar in terms of their looks.

These two series also shares a similarity in which the characters can transform but only with a certain condition are met. Their transformations grants them new powers that enhances their battle tactics.

Both series' cast also are made up mainly of female characters (although DAL includes a main male protagonist). 
Video game to RPG tropes are most relevant in both series. Both franchises embody a wishful fulfillment of enlightening the audience with monstrous attacks on the heroines, within SAO, for example, Asuna fights gigantic tentacle monsters, whilst within Neptune, all the heroines struggle against slim monsters, etc. 

Opening Theme

"Dimension tripper!!!!" by nao

Ending Theme

#1: "Neptune☆Sagashite (ネプテューヌ☆サガして)" by Afilia Saga (eps 1-2, 5-9, 11-)
#2: "Go→Love & Peace" by Ayane (eps 3-4)
#3: "Ito (糸)" by Afilia Saga (ep 10)

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