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NieR: Automata tells the story of androids 2B, 9S and A2 and their battle to reclaim the machine-driven dystopia overrun by powerful machines.
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I sincerely wish I could afford to buy every one of my friends a copy of this game. 1. To give them a chance to experience what could be Platinum's best game yet 2. To give Yoko Taro all of my damn money. So, yeah, Nier: Automata. Sequel to 2010's Nier, which was a spinoff of the Drakengard series. Announced during Square-Enix's bizarre E3 conference in 2015, this game went under the code name Nier: New Project until its full reveal at the Paris Games Week show later in the year. It was delayed from its initial release window of November 2016 to give the team more time to work on improving gameplay balance the overall quality. Finally releasing in March of 2017, it has gone on to sell well over a million copies, making it one of Platinum's best-selling titles. I admit I didn't know much about the game until I noticed the demo available on the PS4 store. Seeing that it was a Platinum Games title, I kinda knew what I would be in for, and that I would likely enjoy it. I decided to give it a shot one night and, needless to say, I was more than impressed. I bought it for PC right around release and have been enjoying it since. As I said before, if you know Platinum's style, you know what to expect from a game like this. Frantic combat, a varied and dynamic soundtrack, a brilliantly-crafted story with memorable characters, and epic boss fights. But seeing as this is a Yoko Taro game, it has just the right amount of "what the fuck?" sprinkled in. It's equal parts heartwarming, heart-rending, hilarious, and horrifying, sometimes within the span of a few minutes. Another thing, this game will mess with your emotions. One minute you could be fully engaged in a life-or-death struggle against a boss, and the next minute, the story will be tugging on your heartstrings. Although, there are a few things that I have to mention that keep it from being 100% perfect in my eyes: 1. The PC port is bad. It's not terrible, and I've seen much worse, but it needs work. For a while, I and many others couldn't play it due to a bug in graphics drivers causing the game to crash just from swinging around 2B's weapon. This was eventually fixed with a future driver, but there are still lingering issues that can be at least duct-taped over with the Far mod. If you get this game for PC, you NEED the Far mod. It fixes some issues with fullscreen resolution and with stuttering during cutscenes. There are also some misc options and tweaks. 2. The second playthrough was kind of a bummer, mostly because the character you play as is weak when it comes to combat and thus relies on a separate skill to take down enemies. Basically, you better hope you're good at twin-stick shooters. If you are, well, it just gets kinda tedious. Other than that, I can highly recommend this game. My best suggestion is to go in as blind as possible and do as many of the sidequests as possible to get the best experience. Also, the DLC isn't all that essential, but it has some fun extras like outfits and hair dyes, and a special boss fight. Glory To Mankind
Nier: Automata is an Hack & Slash game from PlatiniumGames. The world of Nier: Automata is much bigger and deeper than other action-adventure games. Perhaps the game's combats could have been a bit more exciting, but thanks to the rest of the gameplay elements, Neir: Automata is always engaging. But the most powerful aspect of the game is its music and songs that are best played at each level of the game and will bring a full musical performance with a selection of the best songs to the player. The game's combat part is not very deep, and combining the two triangle and square buttons is just what the player needs to do. This title is one of the best games of the year 2017 with a variety of fun, magical music and acceptable graphics.
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