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The latest game in the NieR series arrives on mobile devices! NieR Re[in]carnation is a command-action RPG for mobile devices from Square Enix and Applibot. ーーーーー - Story / It is a place called The Cage. A girl awakens on a cold stone floor. She finds herself in an infinitely vast place filled with buildings that touch the very sky. Guided by a mysterious creature who calls herself Mama, she begins to explore her new surroundings. To reclaim what she has lost—and atone for her sins—she sets off on a journey through this place of unknown creation. ...A place known as The Cage. - Character Info The Girl of Light When the girl came to, she was collapsed on the stone floor of The Cage. Though she is kind and has a bright personality, she wears a collar and bandages for reasons unknown, and is plagued each night by horrible dreams. Mama A mysterious creature who calls herself Mama. She seems to know something about The Cage, and acts as a guide for the girl. The Dark Monster A strange being that wanders The Cage. It resembles a knight in armor, but also a speechless insect. Regardless, it seems to have some kind of goal... Battles play out by issuing commands to your characters. - Battle Battles play out by issuing commands to your characters. This game includes an auto mode that makes your characters attack enemies all on their own, making it easy for people who aren't as skilled at video games to join in and play as well. - Staff Producer: Yosuke Saito Creative Director: Yoko Taro Director: Daichi Matsukawa Main Character Design: Akihiko Yoshida (CyDesignation, Inc.) Concept Art: Kazuma Koda Music: Keiichi Okabe (MONACA INC.) - This game contains some paid items that are available for purchase. Purchasing said items may incur additional charges. - Recommended environment: iPhone 7 or later
By LOGAN MG03
Just as you would expect from a NieR game, this new addition has incredible story telling that will drag you in while being accompanied by a phenomenal soundtrack and stunning graphics. The gameplay isn’t too over the top and can even be completely automatic for those who are only really interested in the story's. However just like any game there will be at least some minor bugs. One of the main bugs that I have been running into at the moment is that at times when I collect something from either a mission or by collecting on of the birds my game will constantly have the connecting sign in the corner of the screen and never connect despite having perfectly fine internet. However, I don’t find this to be a big enough of an issue to cost such a great game even 1 star. This game most certainly has the potential to become one of the greatest mobile games of all time as long as they move in the right direction and I can’t wait to see where they go with it next.
I pre-ordered this game and played it for about a week before deleting it. My initial impressions were a mixed bag: the game itself was a beautiful combination of Monument Valley, Sinoalice, and a (somewhat) traditional JRPG. However, due to my unfamiliarity (at the time) with gachas and the complexities/oddities of the mechanic - and the game itself - I just found it a little overwhelming at the time. However, after months passed by and I inadvertently became more familiar with gachas - courtesy of Punishing: Gray Raven and Genshin Impact - I decided to circle back on NieR:R and boy…I sure am glad I did. Now that I understand gacha mechanics I now have a far better vision of how this game works. With this confusion cleared up it’s like a fog lifted, thus revealing the other elements of the game that I didn’t fully appreciate at the time, such as the awesome characters/weapons, the beautiful world, and the dark but lovely storytelling. I am a huge fan of this game now and am thankful I gave it a second chance.
It’s a quite rare gacha game that not too much focus on requirements to spend a lot of money and time investment while being a Nier series, what make me surprised about it that the dialogues and quality of the story is great. Since this game is considered new on global market, I believe the game has a better potential if they have more activities and things that could give it a better go. It’s probably higher than quality than most FF games on mobile from SE that I know and play so far. The combat seems great and high quality, wish Nier Gestalt or Drakegard should have some version of the games on mobile, console, or PC platforms. Personally, I think limited games on other platforms somehow low down the intentions for this type of game. It’s technically one of the heavy titles that would explode your phone devices, so i recommend that a console port or PC should be greatly appreciated.
This game blew my breath away with how beautiful the art, the story, the soft capturing music and the characters are, and that is really hard for me to find in the lot of games I've tried. The stories pull you in and leave you wondering what will happen next and it's interaction is unique and admirable. I truly hope you guys continue to grow the game and make many good changes to make it better. And a side note for those who got cranky over the having to wait a little longer for the maintenance to be over obviously needs to be taught some respect and patience for those who put their all into an astounding game like this.
I’ve had a chance to play this game for awhile now, and there are certain aspects that completely impress and others that could use some work. First of all, the visuals and aesthetics of this game are unmatched on the mobile platform. The world building, character designs, and character narratives go beyond what is to be expected for a game of this platform. That being said, the story and design elements are obviously the primary focus of the studio that is producing this game. Because of this, actual gameplay suffers from being repetitive and grinding/farming intensive. Don’t get me wrong, I like the gameplay; but there is little to keep me immersed and I usually end up playing through all the battles on fast mode with ‘auto’ enabled. I think the turn-based gameplay mechanics need tweaking to encourage more strategy beyond aspects that are adjusted during the loadout phase. Overall, this game is enticing, entertaining and a refreshing take on the gacha mobile game formula. If you are a fan of the NieR franchise this game will be even more appealing to you due to the frequent crossover events and familiar design elements. But, if you like intense, immersive and involved gameplay experiences I would look elsewhere.
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