History Videogame / Nier

7th Feb '16 2:46:35 AM eroock
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->''Our world is dying. Once thriving populations now lie decimated by plague and disease.''\\ ''...The end has never felt so close.'' -->--'''Opening narration'''
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->''Our ->''"Our world is dying. Once thriving populations now lie decimated by plague and disease.''\\ ''...The end has never felt so close.'' -->--'''Opening narration''' "'' -->-- '''OpeningMonologue'''

* ClusterFBomb: Virtually the entire OpeningNarration courtesy of Kainé.
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* ClusterFBomb: Virtually the entire OpeningNarration OpeningMonologue courtesy of Kainé.

* OpeningNarration: One of the most unique in recent history.
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* OpeningNarration: OpeningMonologue: One of the most unique in recent history.
14th Jan '16 4:33:19 PM nombretomado
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''Nier'' (alternately rendered ''[=NieR=]'' or ''NIER'') is an [[ActionRPG action]]/[[EasternRPG role-playing]] game developed by Cavia and published by SquareEnix, released in 2010 for the {{PS3}} and {{Xbox 360}}.
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''Nier'' (alternately rendered ''[=NieR=]'' or ''NIER'') is an [[ActionRPG action]]/[[EasternRPG role-playing]] game developed by Cavia and published by SquareEnix, Creator/SquareEnix, released in 2010 for the {{PS3}} and {{Xbox 360}}.
17th Dec '15 4:55:08 PM wehrmacht
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* GameplayAndStoryIntegration: Ending D of NieR has [[spoiler:the player simulate the main's character predicament of erasing his own existence by asking the player to delete all their save data. The game actually goes through with it, and you are unable to make another file with the same name you first used.]]
24th Nov '15 8:53:06 AM TastySauce
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There are two versions of the game, ''Gestalt'' and ''Replicant'', and each has a slightly different protagonist. Both are named [[CharacterTitle Nier]], but the former is a [[TheBigGuy burly middle-aged man]] who is Yonah's [[KnightTemplarParent father]], whereas the latter is a [[{{Bishounen}} slender adolescent]] who is Yonah's [[KnightTemplarBigBrother elder brother]]. Though everything else remains the same, the age gap between the two Niers produces a different context for the story, with the [[KnightInSourArmor world-weary]] Father Nier contrasting sharply with his younger, foolishly-optimistic counterpart. ''Gestalt'' was released worldwide, but ''Replicant'' is [[NoExportForYou Japan exclusive]]. It should be noted that in Japan, Replicant is treated as the official version, as it was the original and only version planned until the Occidental branch of Square Enix requested an older and more muscular lead for an alternate version.
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There are two versions of the game, ''Gestalt'' and ''Replicant'', and each has a slightly different protagonist. Both are named [[CharacterTitle Nier]], but the former is a [[TheBigGuy burly middle-aged man]] who is Yonah's [[KnightTemplarParent father]], whereas the latter is a [[{{Bishounen}} slender adolescent]] who is Yonah's [[KnightTemplarBigBrother elder brother]]. Though everything else remains the same, the age gap between the two Niers produces a different context for the story, with the [[KnightInSourArmor world-weary]] Father Nier contrasting sharply with his younger, foolishly-optimistic counterpart. ''Gestalt'' was released worldwide, but ''Replicant'' is [[NoExportForYou Japan exclusive]]. It should be noted that in Japan, Replicant ''Replicant'' is treated as the official version, as it was the original and only version planned until the Occidental branch of Square Enix requested an older and more muscular lead for an alternate version.
23rd Nov '15 1:38:18 PM Hheavn
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There are two versions of the game, ''Gestalt'' and ''Replicant'', and each has a slightly different protagonist. Both are named [[CharacterTitle Nier]], but the former is a [[TheBigGuy burly middle-aged man]] who is Yonah's [[KnightTemplarParent father]], whereas the latter is a [[{{Bishounen}} slender adolescent]] who is Yonah's [[KnightTemplarBigBrother elder brother]]. Though everything else remains the same, the age gap between the two Niers produces a different context for the story, with the [[KnightInSourArmor world-weary]] Father Nier contrasting sharply with his younger, foolishly-optimistic counterpart. ''Gestalt'' was released worldwide, but ''Replicant'' is [[NoExportForYou Japan exclusive]].
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There are two versions of the game, ''Gestalt'' and ''Replicant'', and each has a slightly different protagonist. Both are named [[CharacterTitle Nier]], but the former is a [[TheBigGuy burly middle-aged man]] who is Yonah's [[KnightTemplarParent father]], whereas the latter is a [[{{Bishounen}} slender adolescent]] who is Yonah's [[KnightTemplarBigBrother elder brother]]. Though everything else remains the same, the age gap between the two Niers produces a different context for the story, with the [[KnightInSourArmor world-weary]] Father Nier contrasting sharply with his younger, foolishly-optimistic counterpart. ''Gestalt'' was released worldwide, but ''Replicant'' is [[NoExportForYou Japan exclusive]]. exclusive]]. It should be noted that in Japan, Replicant is treated as the official version, as it was the original and only version planned until the Occidental branch of Square Enix requested an older and more muscular lead for an alternate version.
5th Nov '15 2:48:07 AM YoKab
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A sequel named ''[[Videogame/NierAutomata NieR Automata]]'' was surprisingly announced at E3 2015, developed by Creator/PlatinumGames but with Taro Yoko still at the director's helm, and [[AwesomeMusic Keiichi Okabe]] on board to compose.
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A sequel named ''[[Videogame/NierAutomata NieR Automata]]'' sequel, ''Videogame/NierAutomata'', was surprisingly announced at E3 2015, developed by Creator/PlatinumGames but with Taro Yoko still at the director's helm, and [[AwesomeMusic Keiichi Okabe]] on board to compose.
31st Oct '15 1:41:37 PM TastySauce
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* NotQuiteDead: P-33 "Beepy" is revealed to have survive and rebuilt himself in the story ''Fires of Prometheus''.
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* NotQuiteDead: P-33 "Beepy" is revealed to have survive survived and rebuilt himself in the story ''Fires of Prometheus''.
31st Oct '15 1:15:15 PM TargetmasterJoe
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** The first Shades Nier encounters after the prologue literally just stand in place. As in they don't attack you with anything. I wonder why...
30th Oct '15 12:15:25 PM OmegaRadiance
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* NotQuiteDead: P-33 "Beepy" is revealed to have survive and rebuilt himself in the story ''Fires of Prometheus''.
30th Oct '15 12:01:01 PM Oberoniss
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Uh. Directly quoted from Male Gaze "One of the most obvious results of Male Gaze is the way a (usually male) director/cameraman's interest in women informs his shots, leading to a focus on breasts, legs, buttocks, and other jiggly bits even when the film isn't necessarily supposed to be a feast for eyes of their admirers." It isn't (only) about the tone of the scene itself; it's also about an inappropriate focus on the sexual or attractive characteristics of a woman. So that screenshot definitely counts, at least, in my opinion.
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* MaleGaze: [[http://rpgland.com/content/media/2009/12/replicant01.jpg Yeah.]] Not that it isn't a nice butt, but..
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