Considering the success of NieR: Automata, it's not surprising that Square Enix is continuing to release related merchandise and figures.
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Square Enix and Trading Arts have announced that they will release boxsets of mini figurines, based on characters from 2017's emo-smash NieR: Automata. The box-set features 10 randomly assorted figures from a collection of 11 characters, in...
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I finished my first run through Nier: Automata this weekend, and it's one of the best games I've played this year. I love the physicality of it, the way character 2B pauses for a heartbeat and then lurches forward when I press the dash button. It's a perfect videogame movement. I love that the combat looks and feels satisfying, a whirlwind of intricately animated combos, swords appearing and disappearing like magic. It's more light show than fighting game, unlike Platinum's Bayonetta, but that doesn't matter. It looks amazing. I just wish that Nier: Automata on the PC wasn't still in need of a patch, eight months later.When Andy reviewed Nier: Automata back in March, he wrote "cutscenes are locked to 30fps, which make them look distractingly jerky. The mouse cursor kept appearing in the centre of my screen. And on one test machine running an AMD card, the game crashed to a white screen every ten minutes for seemingly no reason. A game this interestin
Although Square Enix has yet to officially announce a sequel to Nier Automata, work is already underway. Producer Yosuke Saito told Ryokutya2089 (via…
Thanks to impressive sales numbers exceeding expectations, 'Nier: Automata' could become one of Square's next franchises, the company recently said
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