PS3 Review Nier. Again Fenix has a RPG Square to the delight of all those who have already finished Final Fantasy XIII and expected something more action. The title really is of that genre and revolves around the story of a father who seeks a cure for the illness of her daughter from the virus rarely.
The game was as good care ter point was developed differently for Western and Eastern marking. The eastern version released for the PS3 is named and Nier Replicant starring a beautiful young girl who moves heaven and earth here to save his sister. The other version brings the referred Gestalt Nier father, a warrior without a shadow for doubt.
The beginning of the game not very excited, especially in relation to the graphics, perhaps for the realism seen in thousands of games recently released a short time, that troubles us a little view. On the other hand, the game has an iota of sentimentality to be undertaken in its history, capturing our attention from beginning to end.
The plot involves several parallel stories, almost all characters will be playable. You will also find puzzles, mini-games and other activities to prevent boredom take account of our beings.
The tutorial, like any RPG, é long and tiresome. This tutorial is centered only in the fighting, which does not give a false idea of what is to come. Those endless conversations and exploration of a scenario almost infinite also part of the title and exactly why it can be considered an RPG in its entirety.
Its strong point is the magical appeal, entitled to mysterious stories, supernatural powers and martial arts together in this context fantastic. We will have many weapons at our disposal and we can do better as we go forward calls magic words and spells will also make part of our arsenal of combat.
The soundtrack plays its role with themes that fills the entire stage tucking the right emotion at the right time.
In short, a bon adult game with some news and a touch of something dark Japan. The story is deep, attention turns us all the time Nier what makes a fun experience. Good news, because ultimately what we want is fun.