Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses type 2 (CLN2), the most common form of Batten disease, is caused by TPP1 loss of function, resulting in tripeptidyl peptidase-1 enzyme deficiency and cerebral accumulation of lipopigments. Clinical hallmarks include epileptic seizures, vision loss, progressive movement disorder, ataxia, and eventually death. Diagnosis is often delayed due to the rarity of the conditions. Results: Here, we report a case presenting with clinical features of CLN2, carrying a homozygous novel nonsense variant in TPP1 (NM_000391:c.C832T, (p.Q278*), rs1352347549). Moreover, we performed a comprehensive literature review regarding previously identified disease-causing TPP1 mutations and genotype-phenotype correlations. Conclusion: Depending on the type of mutation, different phenotypes are observed in patients with CLN2, suggesting that the severity of phenotypes is related to the genotype of the patients.