|Game Title:||NieR Automata|
|Game Developer:||Square Enix, PlatinumGames Inc.|
|Game Publisher:||Square Enix|
|Initial Release Date:||17 Mar 2017|
NieR Automata tells the story of androids 2B, 9S, and A2 and their battle to regain machine-driven dystopia by powerful machines.
NieR: Automata was a game I wasn’t really interested in, but I heard so much praise for it that I thought I should see what all the fuss was about. And boy, am I surprised by the quality of this title? It’s a game that really shows that video games can be considered a form of art.
It encompasses all the aspects that a great game should have in its story, gameplay, audio / visual, and interactivity which makes it a completely captivating experience.
I can’t go too far in the story without spoiling anything but I can give a little insight into it. NieR: Automata is a sequel to the original NieR game, but it has nothing to do with where you have to play the original NieR to understand the game.
From what I’ve read, I didn’t actually play NieR, this game is thousands of years after the original. There are some things that will refer to the original and some of the original characters will return but nothing that will stop you from playing the game.
The story begins with a war between androids and machines created by aliens. Humanity had to run to the moon to survive and send Android to rescue machines and aliens so that life on earth could start again.
As you go through the game, you’ll see how deep it really starts to hit, how many small things that at first seemed unimportant actually play a big role in the meaning of the story. Taro Yoko did a great job in a story that really plays with the “what it means to be human” aspect and it made the story very strong and has a great deal to do with it.
The graphics of this game were absolutely beautiful. From the crisp feel of the meadow to how clear the water looks, the best lens flares from the sun and the overall texture around you. I will admit (which I will talk more about) there are some areas that look weak in terms of graphics, however, NieR’s overall world has beautiful graphics that really is the mood of what is happening now.
This soundtrack was extraordinary. As I said before, I can’t think of a piece of music from this game that I don’t like. I’m honestly one of those people who hates sounds in-game music, except for credits or cut scenes, but then I played this game and the sound blew me away with the music.
I really like the idea they had with music where it will change depending on the mode of the game, whether it’s a scripted event or just completing a search. A search or scripted event will change based on the mood of the moment.
This is great and it strengthens the connection of the game because during these moments you see how the music can quickly change your overall mood within the game and what is going to happen next.
Very interesting how this game was played. It’s a hack and slash game, but it also includes aspects of BulletHall, Open World Exploration and of course an RPG / JRPG. A few of my friends have compared aspects of the game that have a sense of Dark Souls and Metal Gear Rising: Revenge on which I will not discuss their points.
One of the things I really liked was the network system. Basically if you choose to connect with it, any player who has died in a particular place in the world, will find his body which you can choose to recover.
You will temporarily boost a certain amount of gold and 3 stats. You can also choose to resurrect them and keep them as a temporary ally to help you fight until they either die or blow you away from living longer or you Leave them behind faster than they can expect to be with you.
- The best soundtrack I’ve ever heard.
- Fluid fight
- Beautiful atmosphere
- Amazing character
- A large amount of material
- 2B (Yes, IDC, he’s a pro himself …)
- It makes you think about our miserable lives.
- No other game will feel this way again.
- Listening to the game’s soundtrack will make you emotionally upset.
NieR was the best game for me. Honestly, he messed me up after he had already finished because I feel in my heart that I will not find any game to match this story.
I’ve never felt connected to a story, especially on an emotional level, but NieR honestly goes beyond my exceptions to everything that comes with it. It’s easily become one, if not my favorite sport. It’s a game I would always love to own and be a part of. Story, gameplay, music.
System Requirements NieR Automata Game
- OS: Windows 7 /8.1 /10 64bit
- Processor: Intel Core i3 2100 or AMD A8-6500
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 VRAM 2GB or AMD Radeon R9 270X VRAM 2GB
- Hard Drive: 50 GB available space
- DirectX: Version 11
How to Install NieR Automata For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “NieR Automata – PC Free Now” >> folder.
- Click on “Setup” and install it.
- Now open the “CODEX” folder, copy all files and paste it where you install the game.
- After Installation, click on the “Game” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 27.76 GB||Download Here|