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NieR’s Yoko Taro Documentary Emerges




A documentary of sorts for NieR: Automata director Yoko Taro (known for wearing a weird unwieldy mask) has emerged, providing plenty of insight into his work and design theories along with some absurd scenes to help maintain viewer interest, a rather expected turn of events considering the man actively wears a bizarre mask.

Yoko Taro’s documentary, courtesy of the 49th episode of the “Toco Toco” video series:

Yoko Taro’s latest production, the very well received NieR: Automata, can be purchased and experienced now for the PS4 and PC.

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    • Anonymous says:

      The side quests in Nier: Automata are really good! Each one has an interesting story and often unique music upon completion and the music is absolutely godly! I hadn’t played any of his games before so didn’t know what to expect but it turned into probably the best jrpg I’ve played in years. I thought the game was just going to ride on 2B’s ass being awesome but nope everything is totally amazing.

      When I finished that I tried Drakengard 3 and ….. it’s interesting I guess. The character banter is fun anyway but the graphics, combat and side quests are terrible. Kinda like a PS2 game but released on the PS3 in 2015…

      I have the original Nier coming which I’ve heard is a lot better than Drakengard 3 so will see then but yes try Nier: Automata! There’s all this archive data files you can read in game that describes a lot of what happened in the First Nier and afterwards but you don’t need to have played the first one.