It’s been over a decade, but western gamers have finally been given a chance to play the Replicant incarnation of NieR. More than that, this remaster features enough new content to make an already good game even better.
NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139...
A remaster of the Japanese only Replicant version of NieR. The title release in the west was NieR Gestalt.
It’s been a week full of news, some exciting, some alarming. Chris breaks the site…repeatedly. Kelley comes to terms with the fact mowing the lawn is hard in real life. Josh explains Japanese tabloid scandals. Anna Marie assigns a tedious task to Pascal.
It’s a tiny cast with just Chris, Anna Marie, and Kelley. PS5 blood money is being thrown around, while Kelley curses the asthma tax. Chris is simulating his real life job in a game that simulates his job. Anna Marie re-discovers she doesn’t like SMT. And everyone agrees cutscenes need both pause and skip options.
Alex, Anna Marie, Chris, and Kelley come together to discuss the news of the week. #JRPGJuly is well underway for everyone on the cast. Anna Marie makes every evil choice she can. Alex dives into Anime: The Game. Chris shouldn’t be playing Elder Scrolls Online because his arm hurts, and yet he still is? Meanwhile, we lost Kelley somewhere in the wastelands when she wandered off to hug all the monsties.
Joshua asks “Am I fighting a house?!” (spoilers: he is). Chris is on the wrong side of 40, and somehow forgets JRPGJuly. Kelley espouses “Exposure: The Cryptocurrency of Artists.” Anna Marie is teaching the whole RPGamer staff how to speedrun FF4: Free Enterprise. Yes, things got a little…weird this week.
Anna Marie, Chris, and Kelley are joined by special guest Ryan Radcliff! Chris swears every time E3 fails, an angel gets its wings. Anna Marie refuses to play games she’s in. Kelley wants to pet the cat cream roll. And Ryan is dragging around Paws’s corpse as he spins all the wheels.
Pascal falls asleep while playing every game except one. Chris knows nothing about pretty much every game. Matt needs to put some clothes on. And Josh gets a salt lick. Man this chafing sucks.
The remaster of the original NieR game is now available worldwide. The launch of NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… comes with the expected launch trailer.
Square Enix just announced more content available for NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…. Some of these additions include cameos from some NieR Automata cast members, previously Japanese-exclusive DLC, and a familiar old face.
Square Enix unveiled the main English voice cast for the upcoming NieR Replicant remaster. The cast members, featuring some reprised roles, introduce themselves and their characters in a new trailer.
Square Enix released a new trailer ahead of NieR Replicant’s remastered release. The video shows the reworked opening cinematic, which is accompanied by a few new screenshots.
Square Enix released a new ten-minute gameplay video for the upcoming NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…. The company also released some new samples of the re-arranged soundtrack.
As a prelude to our annual awards, which as usual should hit at the end of January, the RPGamer staff picked out many of the upcoming titles that they are most looking forward to. We hope you enjoy reading about our most anticipated games, and please let us know which ones you are most excited for.
Square Enix released a new minute-long trailer for NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…, focusing on its combat. The remaster of the first NieR game is set to launch in April.
Square Enix’s NieR-focused TGS presentation was exactly what it suggested. Included in the decent amount of info were a release date and special edition for the NieR Replicant remaster, plus a look at NieR Re[in]carnation.
NieR Replicant tells the story of a young man who journeys to find a cure for his ill sister. This story is similar to the NieR western audiences remember, except the gruff old man is replaced by someone younger.