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    Son, you have become like the main ambasador for this game all thanks to me.

    I'm going to finally start playing this game starting tonight or from tomorrow on. I got a lot of shit off my list so I have room to start playing new games.

    Was waiting for my bro to finish Horizon but he's still hugging it so I think I will have to rebuy that one.
    Dude I wasn't excited about the game at all from the demo you told me about tbh. CPY is what got me excited about the game. I pirated and played it for a couple of hours and then went and bought it after liking the first two hours so much. I'm glad I bought it too since the canonical ending is almost impossible to get on the pirated copy. When you play Automata don't think the game is over once you get the A ending like most people do. That part of the game is really good but it gets much better later.

    If you still have a PS3, the first NieR is highly worth playing IMO. It's not as good as NieR Automata by stretch, but is still a very memorable game IMO. The gaming press pretty much shit all over NieR but I think this is a fair review of it:


    If you play the first NieR you don't have to play the first Drakengard. Just watch the video below to see Ending E which sets into motion the events of NieR (notice how the enemy and the dragon turn into salt at the end, which is called white chlorination syndrome in NieR).

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    Son, you have become like the main ambasador for this game all thanks to me.

    I'm going to finally start playing this game starting tonight or from tomorrow on. I got a lot of shit off my list so I have room to start playing new games.

    Was waiting for my bro to finish Horizon but he's still hugging it so I think I will have to rebuy that one.
    And man I want to buy Drakengard 3 to get the backstory for Drakengard 1, but it has $41 worth of DLC that NieR fans tell me is pretty critical. I can't imagine spending $61 for a used copy of Drakengard 3 from Gamestop and some DLC. But I'll still buy it anyways. It feels ridiculous to pay so much for a not hard to find game that sold poorly and got destroyed by reviewers, though reviewers also hated the first NieR.

    Damn if only I could read Japanese since Yoko Taro wrote some manga that explains what happened between the games. The timeline in the NieR universe goes from Drakengard 3 -> Drakengard 1 -> NieR -> NieR Automata, with Drakengard 2 taking place in a parallel universe from NieR and NieR Automata (NieR follows from Ending E of Drakengard 1 while Drakengard 2 follows from Ending A of Drakengard 1).

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    I hope Nier gets a remake. That game's story is amazing(and depressing) and the characters a very likable.
    Damn does that game ever deliver. Kaine's ass in higher resolution wouldn't be a bad thing either tbh.

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    wish I had bought the game before I got to the credits, I just failed over and over and over and over, then went to the internet and discovered/spoiled it. that would have been awesome to experience without knowing anything in advance.

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    wish I had bought the game before I got to the credits, I just failed over and over and over and over, then went to the internet and discovered/spoiled it. that would have been awesome to experience without knowing anything in advance.
    LOL you have to be a Geometry Wars god to get Ending E without connecting to the network. I saw a video of someone doing it and it was an hour and a half or two hours of bullet hell. I remember thinking it was the coolest credit sequence ever until I got to the Square Enix line, which is where it starts getting really hard. I tried to beat that shit on my own for about 45 minutes until I finally accepted help.

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