Set in a post apocalyptic world, the protagonist, Nier, sets out to cure his daughters illness called The Black Scrawl. He roams the world with two allies completing mercenary work and fighting mysterious monsters known as Shades.
A traveler enters Yharnam and discovers that the city has been plagued by a disease related to a so-called "miracle cure" which has turned a lot of its people into horrifying creatures simply known as "beasts."
The fire is fading. Darkness creeps across the land. The Lords of Cinder charged with watching over the First Flame have abandoned their thrones. The Champion of Ash, an undead is chosen to return them to their thrones.
In a primitive tribal world where strange, monstrous, animalistic machines roam the wilderness, a brave young female warrior goes on a quest to learn the truth about her mysterious origin and the state the world is in.
Yakuza 0 is an action adventure game from Japan. You play as 2 characters, Kiryu and Majima, both Yakuza's who are in different cities in Japan 1988. The story weaves a tale of deception and real estate warfare as the fate of the two characters become intertwined in a gritty, violent, and often touching narrative.
Square Enix has done it again! Another superb game released by Square Enix "NieR: Automata (2017)" which has Officially hit my top 5 games ever made and holding strong at #2. NieR: Automata has an amazing story, a trippy but unique and fun play style; and the artwork is off the charts.
On the Official Steam Launch date March 7th, 2017, I sit anxiously for the install to complete as I had pre-ordered NieR: Automata. Once the install completed I instantly dropped all I was doing to click play. When I hit the play button I was completely blown away by how the game started out. It was right off the bat a "Rise of the Tomb Raider" moment where I had to quickly figure out the basics of what was going on as it whisked me away through a series of the start up until It started sharing the tooltips of what to click to do what.
As I continued to play around as the Character B2, direction seemed to change; in a sense, I felt as if I was Aeon Flux here and there sort of a comics book movement based I really love this game. All I can say at this moment in time if you haven't played NieR: Automata; you haven't played a good game yet!
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