NieR: Automata on PS4
Being keen on the very first NieR felt as being similar to joining a secret underground club. The action wasn’t pretty, this didn’t sell well, and no one knew what it was. I really like to imagine that dealing with NieR can be something that could be finished in hushed tones, so they won’t attract attention from passersby who’d inevitably ask, “What’s NieR?” Because of course, where can you start with a personal game like this?
With NieR: Automata, the rich past of director Yoko Taro’s Drakengard series plus the original NieR is suddenly thrust in the spotlight. While using backing of Square Enix and action game expert Platinum Games, Automata looks polished towards a shine that none of Taro’s other games have ever come near to achieving.
Set centuries once the era of NieR, an alien invasion occurs, and mankind continues to be driven to the moon. For you to restore planet earth, the humans came up with the YoRHa androids