If you’ve already played Nier, you probably know what to expect from this review. If you haven’t, I guarantee that you don’t. Check this review out for the biggest surprise of the year.
An action RPG set in the future where the protagonist attempts to cure his family member from a terminal disease. Released in two versions in Japan — NieR Gestalt (360) features an older protagonist with Yohan as his daughter, while NieR Replicant’s (PS3) protagonist is Yohan’s brother — though the games are otherwise identical. The West received the NieR Gestalt version on both platforms.
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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.
It’s time for way too many people to get on a Skype call and debate the following. How much is Wheels is wrong? What decade will the Final Fantasy VII remake will come out? And most importantly, what did we do to deserve Metal Max Xeno and The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2?