The previously NieR game was something that did not catch my attention at all, that could be because I heard that it was a good idea that was poorly executed.  Despite the fact that NieR was helped made by Square Enix, I had no idea who Cavia was, and that could be the main reason the game play was not done as well as it could be.

This time however, I was already wanting to get into NieR: Automata through its design alone; the first sight of the game blew me away with its beautiful protagonist, 2B.  Not to mention I heard this game was being made by Square Enix and Platinum Games, and anyone who knows me can tell you that Platinum is my favorite developer.  So we have a hack n’ slash game published by Square Enix and developed by Platinum Games with a cute, robot heroine.  Sounds like fun.

  IMPORTANT!  – As this is a demo impressions article, I am not going to go into a great amount of detail as I would with a game’s review.  A brief synopsis over each aspect should suffice, as things could change before the final release.