By Spencer . December 29, 2010 . 8:31am
Hyperdimension Neptunia jokes with the video game industry or should I say Gamindustri by making Arforie the main enemy. NIS America’s localization is also bursting with toilet humor and boob references, according to this ESRB description.
This is a role-playing game in which players control a young goddess trying to unite other goddesses to fight evil forces. Players engage in turn-based battles and use swords, claws, over-sized syringes, and colorful light attacks to fight fantastical enemies (e.g., robots, bats, blob-like monsters); damage is indicated by the loss of hit points. Some goddess characters are depicted in low-cut outfits that expose a lot of cleavage; a photo gallery also contains images of female characters in revealing outfits (e.g., tops that barely cover characters’ breasts). Dialogue frequently references characters’ breasts (e.g., "Hey, don’t grab someone’s breasts from behind," "One grope of Compa’s left boob and we’ll call it even," and "Where are your two slutty girlfriends?"). In one cutscene, there is an extended reference to bathroom humor (e.g., "I’m all outta TP . . . can you leave me a roll by the door?" and "Man, that was a doozy . . . I dropped a pound. I hope Iffy won’t be too mad about the clog."). The words "sh*t," "t*t," and "b*tch" appear in the dialogue.
That sounds like… a lot of groping.