Nier: Automata Features
PlatinumGames reflect on past glories and niches.
Grab a glass of Tang and play these classic games after watching Evangelion on Netflix.
From booze to canned ideas, we spoke to writer and director Yoko Taro and PlatinumGames designer Takahisa Taura about the creation of last year's surprise JRPG hit, Nier: Automata.
You thought you were getting our Game of the Year today? Sorry to break the news: but Day Four only leads to our second top choice of GOTY.
Phantom Thieves weren't the only things that stole my heart this year.
PODCAST | Persona 5! Divinity: Original Sin 2! And so much more!
Japan owns a huge chunk of Kat's favorite games of 2017.
A good year for humanist games.
PODCAST | Kat is joined by a guest to dissect the history and design of RPG battle systems. Plus: NieR Automata and Persona 5!
I just want to hug all the cats and play all the games.
We chat with Nier: Automata director Yoko Taro on the hypocrisy of humanity and how the sequel even materialized in the first place.
PODCAST | Kat and Nadia discussing RPG rankings and Fire Emblem in the latest episode of our RPG podcast!
From the rusted machines to the YoRHa androids, clothes are more than just stylish.
March was an uncharacteristically busy month for video games, so you probably missed a few gems. Here's what you should catch up on.
End Credits wraps up the week by pointing you to the coolest stuff we wrote across the past five days. This week: Disney Afternoon Collection is coming (but not to Switch), Zelda's oozing with cool stuff, and Mass Effect Andromeda looks ... ehh.
PODCAST: Kat, Caty, and Nadia talk Nier Automata, Mass Effect Andromeda, Chrono Trigger, and more in this massive episode of our RPG podcast.
Nier: Automata has 26 endings, and here are the weirdest—and funniest—of the bunch.
2017 IN PREVIEW: A new wave of Japanese console games is taking over 2017.
There are many good reasons why someone might want to play a game in Easy Mode, and none of them impact you.
Feeling wary of Scalebound? Keep NieR on your radar.
The sequel to Square-Enix's 2010 cult RPG hit is already looking great.