http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-03-08-hyperdimension-neptunia-review Some basic info: Hyperdimension Neptunia is made by a small company. Barely any ads about it are made outside of Japan (even within Japan it's still a niche game). Being a niche game, it's not even supposed to suit a lot of people. He gave the game a 2/10. Here's what's bothering about the review. It's apparently “plain old ugly Japanese sexism” and “sexist, senseless and ultimately stupid.” Yet with Bayonetta for example (which the same review gave a 9/10), there's no "Japanese sexism" present. Here's Sankaku's take - "Sexy heroines are presumably only permissible when they appear baying for blood alongside the muscle-bound psychopaths who pass for healthy depictions of masculinity in most western games…" Remember as well that Neptunia's "depiction" of girls aren't even remotely realistic (what some might call "anime-y"), yet apparently that is more sexist and more offensive than a realistic depiction of scantily-clad women who's either wearing Breast Plate (not Breastplate which means the plate over the chest, but the breasts and then a plate below) or too thin clothing that they were almost naked already. They tried playing the "sexist" card in a very wrong way. In the review for Neptunia he bashes its "fanservice" as being offensive and sexist even though it's barely comparable to Bayonetta (which he gave a 9/10).