Let’s see some of the interesting facts about Nier:Automata- a blockbuster from Japan
There are a lot of questions, arguments about the context of Nier: Automata. Most believe it is a direct post of Nier, while others claim it has more relevance to the Yoko Taro’s Drakengard series.
And the truth lies somewhere between these two assertions.
Nier: Automata is set in the fourth term of Nier, a postwar world that spans 10,000 years after the events of Drakengard’s fifth ending and shares a multiplicity of characters, historical objects and landmarks with both Nier and Drakengard.
Right the way Nier: Automata started the game; you will be immediately released into a bloody attack and gradually learn to control, get familiar with the fighting mechanisms in the game through the “very straight” challenge rather than take some instructions.
The variety and smoothness of the gameplay are also marked by the fact that you can use a variety of weapons with different combos. When in a flat area, you dodge like a ballet dancer in the rain of bullets. In the narrow area, you manipulate the bullet from the little drone to move forward.
Sometimes the game is changed from a third person perspective to a top-down camera angle or a four-button “SNES” scene. That brings fresh to this already-well-known action game.
- A huge and open world
Normally, the action game takes place in a world divided clearly but Nier:Automata is not a normal action game. There is a huge and open world for gamers to discover with different terrains.
The game features instantaneous movement between places you have traveled but no means of transportation to places you have not been to so you want to explore where to go by foot there. In addition, you have a tiny robot- Drone that will follow you all time to help you jump higher, farther; as well as “landing” safely when you are excited to jump down from buildings. That makes the discovery in the game more comfortable, free and attractive.
Unlike Bayonetta, Devil May Cry, or Warhammer 40k: Space Marine, Nier Automata does not support you too powerful guns. It just gives you a pretty little robot that serves as a firepower support. Instead, YoRHa’s Drone warriors must use complete hand-to-hand weapons with swords, sword fields, katana swords, hammers, spears, and gloves.
The word “automata” in the game’s title refers to a world filled with robots, including 2B’s Android teammates and the enemy troops that 2B must fight on their journey. At the time, the Android robot is a slim, deadly like 2B, and at the time it is a huge, threatening, enormous mechanical machine.
And just to Normal level, enemy troops in the game has the ability to suck bloody enough, even completely can kill you if not careful. Moreover, they are also published, sorted by genre well so you will be very hard to confront them.
That’s 5 interesting things about blockbuster Nier:Automata.