One of the best video game stories you'll ever experience.
Alan R "Alan R", Amazon
2 January 2014
Summary: ** SPOILER FREE ** I play games for story, and this game now that I have completely finished it ranks in my top 5. I would actually say it's number 3 after Xenogears and Xenosaga series, just edging out Planescape: Torment.
Summary: This game is very entertaining, I felt like playing Zelda again. There are quests that you may follow to get rewards or know more of the story. The story itself is interesting, from the beginning you notice weird things like a normal man living more than a thousand years and that mystery is revealed...
Summary: This game is one of my new favorites, and I can't believe I payed 10 bucks for it two months after the releasing. This game needs more credit! I have never witnessed such amazing voice acting in my gaming career, the acting is so emotional and really makes you feel something while playing the game...
Summary: Nier is phenomenal and I really hope there is a sequel. It took me a little while to get used to the controls but after I did it quit being frustrating and became really fun. Some people say the sidequests are repetitious, but I think they are really good to veg out to (and they are also the way to...
Summary: This game is terribly underrated sadly. But to those who enjoy a deep and unique story and characters this is a must have. Gameplay wise the game has a lot of unique ideas. And some that don't really fit in anywhere.
Summary: This game is the very definition of a hidden gem. Although it received a lukewarm response from the major media websites, if you're a gamer who enjoys an atmospheric RPG, with various other genre gameplay elements sprinkled in for good measure, this is definitely the game for you.
Summary: RPG's are hard to come by on the PS3 that don't require anything more than you and the console. On my 5th play thru and it's still challenging, engaging and in it's own right, humorous. Buy this game.
Summary: I was hesitating to buy nier after reading the reviews. However, after beating ff xiii, I wanted to give it a try. Yes, the graphics are bad, like ps2. But the game is so much fun that it doesn't matter! It reminds me the old Amiga days.
Summary: I have to say I had a lot of fun with this one, Cavia has pretty much taken the endearing B-tier JRPG to an artform. The narrative and art design is highly unique and even as someone pretty overdosed and jaded on the genre trappings, I found it surprisingly engaging and downright interesting.