A Neat Game For Nintendo Wii – Nier Reincarnation

One of the more anticipated video games this year has been Yuna anime series’ Nier, which started off as one of the more bizarre stories in the Final Fantasy series. It was well received in the gaming community and went on to be a commercial hit. Its release was followed up by an animated television series, which was a big hit and even had three full seasons to it. The most recent has been a live action film, which unfortunately didn’t do very well at the box office.

So where does this story of Nier reincarnation fit in? In a lot of ways it’s like Final Fantasy, before you start thinking about the sheer level of detail that goes into making this type of game. However, the key difference here is that instead of exploring and experiencing the wonders of the world outside, you instead get to experience and explore the wonders of the mind. Which is a more appropriate genre then say, an RPG where you travel around an open world. But the key point is that it’s all still mental.

When it first released, the game series was met with mixed reviews. Some people loved the concept, but others found it a bit too complicated and hard to understand. The main complaint seems to be centered around the fact that there isn’t too much content in the game and that the player needs to piece together the story of each mission in order to move forward. This is actually quite valid, as any type of game with this sort of structure tends to lack it. A good example of this is the Tomb Raider series, which are one of the easiest game series’ out there, but still manages to offer a bit of puzzle and discovery along the way.

Now then, how does Nier reincarnation compare to other similar game series? For one, it certainly feels like it’s setting is rooted in real life. The world is drawn in a very cartoonish style, giving the game its own style. The game also gets into the idea that godlike powers are given to those who prove themselves to be worthy. This is, after all, partially what we see in stories like Bible mythology.

On the negative side, I find that the visual presentation of the game is a bit rough around the edges. It doesn’t look as crisp and smooth as, say, God of War, but it’s not bad. It’s not bad enough to make me want to stay away from the game, but it’s definitely one to watch if you have nothing better to do. The story is also basic and not engaging enough to hold my interest, but it’s not a deal breaker for me.

In closing, Nier Reincarnation is a nice game. If you’re looking for an action-packed game with an interesting story, then this one is definitely worth checking out. The only thing holding you back from playing it is whether or not you’re a big fan of the Baldur’s Gate series. If you are, then you’ll love this game. Otherwise, don’t bother with it.

Published by leonard0923

Love to search new content about games on different genre, also an avid fan of console and browser games.

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