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.
Square announced a beta for Nier Re[in]carnation that will arrive in Japan later this month. The smartphone RPG also has a new trailer that shows off battles and other features from the game.
The NieR series is getting a smartphone game. NieR Re[in]carnation is being directed by Yoko Taro for iOS and Android devices.
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 been two years since NieR: Automata’s original release but it has come back into a bit of prominence with the release of the Game of the YoRHa Edition bundle. Though the bundle doesn’t add anything itself, it’s a good opportunity to give the game another look.
Join the human resistance in NieR: Automata Game of the YoRHa Edition, which is out now. YoRHa stands for “passing leaf” and has no significant meaning in the game whatsoever.
NieR: Automata is getting a new bundle on PC and PlayStation 4. The announcement of this Game of the YoRHa Edition is accompanied by a highly meaningful statement from Yoko Taro.
Xbox One-owning RPGamers can now play PlatinumGames’ distant sequel to Nier. The Become as Gods Edition includes both NieR: Automata and its coliseum DLC.
Square Enix has revealed that NieR: Automata is heading to a new console. Xbox One-owning RPGamers will be able to check out its award-winning story and music later this month.
What happens when the eccentric Cavia auteur Taro Yoko joins forces with Platinum Games? Guess we’ll find out!
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.