SKIDROW – Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart Free download released on 27 Apr 2016 by Hi2U. Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart Full Version takes the series familiar CPUs in a new direction once again, this time taking the series into the turn-based, tactical role-playing strategy realm.
Game Title: Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart SKIDROW Repack
Genre: RPG, Strategy
Developer: Idea Factory , Compile Heart , Sting
Publisher: Idea Factory International
Release Date: 27 Apr, 2016
File Name : hi-hypnogbh.iso
Free Download Link Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart Full Version – 1.7 GB:
Gameplay : Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart Full Version sets itself apart from the previous Hyperdimention Neptunia games available on Steam in several ways. The number one way is the game is now more about tactics and strategy than it previously had been. Using the terrain to your advantage is one of the strategy elements. Each weapon type in the game has its own hit box. For example, spears can hit two squares away but can’t hit a higher or lower elevation. On the other hand, swords are limited to one square away but can hit one level above or below. A hit from the side or the back will do more damage than hitting a character from the front and also reduces their chance to counter attack. You need to plan your moves out carefully as all characters have a limited amount of mobility. For instance, you cannot walk through an enemy or go over a wall with a higher level than your jump score will allow you to scale. This means you can easily get yourself trapped in a corner if you don’t plan your route carefully. In addition to having to figure out where you want to end up once you make your single move for that turn, you need to pay attention to the route your character plans to take to get there. Your characters are a bit like Lemmings that will blindly fling themselves over ledges or walk into traps if you tell them to. Changing the direction your character is facing allows you to adjust their route to help avoid those situations. Just because you dodged a trap doesn’t mean it won’t get you though. If you stop next to a trap, an enemy will often use its knockback attack to try to push you into the trap setting it off. As you can see, there is a lot of planning, strategy and tactics involved in this game but there is even more than that to consider.
Each character in the game has its own abilities. Using these abilities, regardless of the intended target, will cause any characters that are one square away from the user to boost that ability’s effect. This means that if you cluster five of your characters in a plus shape and have the one in the middle cast a buff or long range attack, the other four characters will “peck” the caster enhancing the effect and boosting their Lily Ranks in the process. The higher the Lily Rank, the more effective the boost will be. You may be thinking that a good strategy would be to cluster your units and let the enemy come to you. There is a drawback to that plan though; some abilities can hit multiple targets. Instead of hitting just one of your characters with their strong attack, it’s possible they could hit multiple or all of them. Now you can see the tactics in this game are quite complex and not to be taken lightly. There is one more thing to cover on the tactics side though.
Elements are introduced as a way to play a pseudo rock, paper, scissors game. One element is stronger against another element but in turn is weaker to yet another element. Some chests found in the levels can only be opened using an elementally infused normal attack (skills and abilities usually have no effect on objects). Having characters with each of the elements available will aid you in looting each of the levels effectively assuming the characters have the ability (jump score, etc.) to reach the chest before the rest of your crew either kills off the enemies, or the enemy you were saving alive dies to a counter attack. There are still more tactical elements to this game, but I will leave those to you to discover.
Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart Full Version features a crafting system. As you kill various monsters and complete missions you will aquire drops. These drops allow you to fabricate various things you will need to survive. Better weapons and items can all be crafted. This is where the strategy comes into play. Each piece of equipment has different effects. Sometimes you must make a trade off. To increase your movement range, you may have to reduce your defense a smidge. For the most part, you only need to craft a new item once for it to then appear in the store. This means you don’t have to worry too much about tracking down something you don’t currently have enough of to make another of the same. Buying from the store has its advantages too. Whenever you make a purchase you get Sim Points. Consider them like customer loyalty points of sorts. You will use these points to upgrade Noire’s house. The various things you buy will be added to her home and you can talk to them to get tips or fun conversations. You can also craft and name your own games within the game. Games are an upgrade that allows you to pick and choose what perks you want based on the elements that went into making the game.
Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart Full Version isn’t set in Gameindustri like the Hyperdimention Neptunia series, it is set in Gamarket. The four CPU Goddesses are all vying for total control of Gamarket. The series, if you are completely unfamiliar with it, is a satire of the current game market. Each of the CPUs represents one of the major console brands. Noire of Laststation, who as the title suggests is the star of the game much to Neptune’s displeasure, tries to end the fighting by listening to a strangers suggestion. This leads all of the Shares (think of them as likes/upvotes/retweets) in the land to disappear leaving the CPUs powerless and Gamarket in a political power vacuum. I won’t spoil the story by going further, but it is quite in-depth. Much like previous games in the series, the gameplay is bookended by long expositional scenes. These are often cute, humours and quite enjoyable. It can also be quite fun trying to figure out who the next General pays homage to. For example, one of them named Lid, is a Solid Snake reference. She likes hiding in cardboard boxes and using air ducts to move around.
The art style in this game might be a little off-putting to some at first, but eventually it grows on you even if you had doubts going in. The Anime style characters are now Chibi during game play and resume their usual Anime form when talking to each other between missions. Chibi means they have oversized heads and tiny bodies. The style actually suits the way the battlefield works, and I think that having normal characters would have likely looked a bit weird there. Being Chibi lets you see their face clearly so you know who it is you are controlling just by looking at them. If you are being off put by the Chibi art style and plan on skipping it for solely that reason, you are doing yourself a great disservice.
Overall, Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart Full Version is a great turn-based, tactical role-playing strategy game. It is reminiscent of Final Fantasy Tactics so if you enjoyed that take on the Final Fantasy series, you will more than likely enjoy this take on the Hyperdimention Neptunia series. Current fans will not be disappointed either! Download and playing now Hyperdevotion Noire Goddess Black Heart Full Version.