NieR: Automata introduces the ruined amusement park, the sunken city, wild mounts, fishing and an handy jukebox. …Read More The post NieR: Automata Gets New Screenshots Showing New Areas, Fishing, Riding Animals and Jukebox on Famitsu by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
YoRHa 2B and Kat look charming together, even more so when they exchange their clothes. …Read More The post This NieR: Automata X Gravity Rush 2 Fan Art Will Make You Wish for a Real Crossover by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
The official English website for Square Enix and Platinum Games’ highly anticipated upcoming action RPG Nier: Automata has today been updated with various assets that fans should find interesting. …Read More The post Nier: Automata Gets Character Descriptions and Artwork by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
NieR: Automata Character Designer Yuya Nagai is at it again, and he just revealed another beautiful artwork portraying the YoRHa commander. …Read More The post NieR: Automata Character Designer Shows More Beautiful Artwork of the YoRHa Commander by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
PlatinumGames Release Statement Regarding Scalebound Cancellation A couple of days ago we told you that Xbox exclusive Scalebound was cancelled. Following the announcement by Microsoft Game Studios of the cancellation of Scalebound for Xbox One and PC, PlatinumGames published an official statement today by President and CEO Kenichi Sato. The statement expresses disappointment about the game getting axed, but promises to continue delivering high-quality games starting with the upcoming NieR: Automata and following with Granblue Fantasy Project RE:Link and Lost Order. The statement says: “We’re sorry to say that on January 9, 2017, Microsoft Studios announced the cancellation of Scalebound. We are very disappointed things ended up this way, especially since we know many of our fans were looking forward to this game as much as we were. Going forward, we will strive to continue delivering high-quality games to you, starting with NieR:Automata in March, and including products like GRANBLUE FANTASY Project Re:Link and LOST ORDER in the future. We will keep working hard to meet your expectations and we look forward to your continued support! President and CEO Kenichi Sato” The cancellation of Scalebound is certainly sad news for many and is certainly a big hit for Xbox. The…
Earlier this week, Microsoft officially cancelled Scalebound, Platinum Games’s Xbox One and PC title. According to Eurogamer sources, the pressure of Scalebound’s heavy workload forced several senior members to take a month off. When they returned, production was behind schedule, and issues continued to surround the game’s engine and missed deadlines, so the decision was made to cancel it. In Platinum’s first statement since the cancellation of Scalebound, President and CEO Kenichi Sato said they’ll strive to continue delivering high-quality games, beginning with NieR: Automata for PlayStation 4 in March: We’re sorry to say that on January 9, 2017, Microsoft Studios announced the cancellation of Scalebound. We are very disappointed things ended up this way, especially since we know many of our fans were looking forward to this game as much as we were. Going forward, we will strive to continue delivering high-quality games to you, starting with NieR:Automata in March, and including products like GRANBLUE FANTASY Project Re:Link and LOST ORDER [both only confirmed for Japan so far] in the future. We will keep working hard to meet your expectations and we look forward to your continued support! Scalebound was directed by Hideki Kamiya, who also worked on Bayonetta, Viewtiful Joe, Resident Evil 2, and Devil May Cry. READ FULL STORY…
You know. This came as no surprise to me really. As it was simply bound to happen. I mean, it was just a matter of time before the shit would hit the fan. Yes, I am of course talking about the butt “controversy” surrounding NieR: Automata’s protagonist, YoRHA No. 2B. You see, “some” people would get upset and angry over… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Taro Yoko talks about the massive amount of fan art showcasing NieR: Automata protagonist YoRHa 2B’s charming bionic rear end. …Read More The post NieR: Automata Director Comments on 2B’s Butt Uproar; Praises Gravity Rush 2 and Danganronpa V3 by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] In a newly released video by PlayStation Europe, they showcase “just a few of the PS4 console exclusives we have coming” in 2017. Although Detroit: Become Human and Dreams (two games without release windows) are featured in the video, suggesting 2017 launches for both, Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida tweeted that they were mistakenly included. Here’s all of the PS4 titles you’ll see in the video, complete with the listed exclusivity status (“console exclusive” essentially means it’s also coming to PC): Gran Turismo Sport (PS4 exclusive) Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4 console exclusive) Drawn to Death (PS4 exclusive) NieR: Automata (PS4 exclusive) Detroit: Become Human (PS4 exclusive) Yakuza 0 (PS4 exclusive) Farpoint (PSVR exclusive) Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (PS4 exclusive) Matterfall (PS4 exclusive) Gravity Rush 2 (PS4 exclusive) WipEout Omega Collection (PS4 exclusive) MLB The Show 17 (PS4 exclusive) New Everybody’s Golf (PS4 exclusive) Dreams (PS4 exclusive) Pyre (PS4 console exclusive) Persona 5 (PS4 console exclusive) Nioh (PS4 console exclusive) World of Warriors (PS4 exclusive) Nex Machina (PS4 console exclusive) Knack 2 (PS4 exclusive) PaRappa the Rapper Remastered (PS4 exclusive) Starblood Arena (PSVR exclusive) Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4 exclusive) It’s worth noting that NieR: Automata is also coming to PC, Nioh appears to be a full PS4 exclusive, and Persona READ FULL…
Today, via the PlayStation Blog, a slab of PlayStation developers revealed their most anticipated games of 2017 and beyond. This is what they chose: The Church of Darkness …Read More The post PlayStation Developers Reveal Their Most Anticipated Games of 2017 and Beyond by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] Folks over at Digital Foundry have been busy playing Nier Automata‘s demo over the holiday, and as usual, have released a video comparing the PlayStation 4 and PS4 Pro versions of the demo. Before you watch the video above, make sure to take note of the following correction by the Digital Foundry team: At the end of the video we refer to a frame-rate drop happening outside of gameplay. It is a playable area, but not critical to the action. Nier Automata certainly looks good and Digital Foundry confirms as much, noting that it’s looking “really impressive” and it comes with “plenty of PS4 Pro enhancements.” Platinum Games recently confirmed via Twitter that the game will run at 1600x900p/60fps on the standard PS4 and at 1920x1080p/60fps on PS4 Pro alongside enhanced graphical features like improved lighting and shadows. Nier Automata is out on March 7 in North America and March 10 in Europe. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
The demo for Nier: Automata released last week. Playing as a super fashionable android, players slice and dice their way through waves of robot enemies. But un-equipping one essential item gives an instant game over. Advertisement The item in question is the OS Chip. In Nier: Automata, players can equip various skill chips to enable or disable certain parts of the user interface. But the OS Chip is different. It gives a warning to players in the items description “An android’s central system,” the menu reads. “Removal means death.” Reckless players can still remove the chip, tearing the operating system from their android. The result is what you’d expect: a swift fade to black and a return to the title screen. Advertisement Game director Yoko Taro is renowned for playful interfaces and meta-textual quirks. This is just another on a list that includes sudden gameplay changes and memory card fuckery. It’s unclear if this will carry over into the main game but for now, if you ever wanted to commit menu based seppuku, now’s your chance! READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
NieR: Automata Demo Impressions PlayStation 4’s NieR: Automata from Platinum Games (Bayonetta, Vanquish, Transformers: Devastation) got an action-packed demo and in a nutshell it’s pretty fricking awesome. If you can’t access the demo for whatever reason and still want to experience it, you’re in luck! We’ve embedded the entire demo unedited below for you to check out. The combat is fast and fluid allowing for some spectacular action when you’re dodging, firing canons and swinging heavy melee combos all at once. I love the genre mash-up; with 3D sword play, top down twin-stick action and side scrolling sections that feel like a modern Strider all blended together seamlessy. The smaller enemies you face in the demo are a little uninspired design wise, the world and textures themselves a bit bland and the English voice work is a little rough. But the pure joy combat brought me heightened by the epic score kept me entertained enough to play the demo 4 times as of this writing. Soooo yeah, I like what the demo is teasing and you should definitely go play it for yourself. Platinum Games recently hosted a live stream which showed off that NieR: Automata will feature
***NSWF!*** You know, when I wrote my “Nier: Automata – Sexy cosplays and fan art is on the rise” post I couldn´t help to wonder whether or not “Automata” will be free from censorship in the West…Because I think it´s safe to say that the game (and its female characters) have already earned a 10/10 lewd grade (at least, in my… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!