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u/_SnakeDoctor · 3 pointsr/nier

I don't have the PS4 version or a PS4, but I think PS4 is the way to go. I have it on PC and tons of people are having various problems with it. Mine at least runs somewhat stable, but I have to play it on a low-ish resolution (like 720p ish) with almost no processing to get a decent framerate. It still looks pretty, but my PC/graphics card should be able to do much better.

I also don't know if there have been major patches or if there will be patches.

Furthermore, it's on sale for PS4 on Amazon for $45, whereas I think the PC version is still $60. Also, even if you played it on PC, controller would still be the way to go.

u/alvinchimp · 1 pointr/nier


Drakengard 3->Drakengard->Nier Gestalt->Nier Automata.

As for Drakengard 3 and 1 heres a good order for playing/reading stuff in chronological order (the novellas and other side materials are optional, but recommended).

Zero - A Rain to End and a Flower to Begin (Novella)

Utahime Five (Manga)

Five - My Favorite Things (Novella)

Four - Family Portrait (Novella)

Three - My Dear, Sweet Little Dolls (Novella)

Two - Today’s Meal (Novella)

Dito - This Ugly World (Novella)

Decadus - Everything is for You (Novella)

Octa - “The Joy Of…” (Novella)

Cent - The Jewel within My Palm (Novella)

One - Visitors (Novella)

Drakengard 3 - Prologue (Game)

Mikhail - Our Mistake (Novella)

Drakengard 3 - Branch A (Game)

Accord - Weapon Stories (Novella)

Drakengard 3 - One’s Prologue (Game)

Drakengard 3 - Two’s Prologue (Game)

Drakengard 3 - Three’s Prologue (Game)

Drakengard 3 - Four’s Prologue (Game)

Drakengard 3 - Five’s Prologue (Game)

Drakengard 3 - Branch B, C, D (Game)

Michael - The Gone-Away (Novella)

Drakengard 3 - Zero’s Prologue (Game)

Drag-On Dragoon 3 Story Side (Novel)

The Song of Fourteen Years (Novella)

Drakengard (Game)

Nier Gestalt (Game)

Grimoire Nier (contains explanations of the games story and most of the side stories are included in here)

Nier Automata (Game)

Lastly the Nier Automata side material.

As for Nier Gestalt/Replicant. Nier Gestalt and Replicant are the same game with the exception of basically the main characters relationship with his sister/daughter. In Replicant the main character is a young boy with a sister and in Gestalt he is an adult man with a daughter. This was done to market the game in the west. The content between the games is the same though. In the side stories for Gestalt/Replicant you will notice the mc is Brother Nier (basically he is more canon then Papa Nier, though Taro claims both are canon)

u/Shiki_S · 2 pointsr/nier

Late post but if your still looking for official wall scrolls then I would recommend throwing in a pre-order for this and this. First link is a reprint of the wall scroll that was released over a year ago whilst the second link is a totally new wall scroll. I've got the first one at home and I was pretty surprised at the quality of the print (very good) for the price they were initially selling for.

u/Alxa · 1 pointr/nier

That's why it's Piano Collections - way more complex then the OST. I love them, own every one SE has put out. There is one for the prior Nier game:

US Amazon has the CD and the Sheet music:

I imported both years ago - and it's just as amazing IMO.

u/bulletproof_panda · 1 pointr/nier

I also got the signed poster from PAX East as well. I bought this 11x17 frame off of Amazon to hang it in, and it fits perfectly.

u/NeoIceBreaker · 4 pointsr/nier

She has her backstory outlined in this book.
NieR:Automata: Short Story Long:
Though I do agree it would be cool to have a game dedicated to her.

u/Keeavin · 2 pointsr/nier

I probably would have too if I saw it there lol.

Amazon actually has it for 25 bucks though :)

u/wesStyle · 1 pointr/nier

For those who don't know what this book is:

This is a novelization of the game with some additional content. It was originally released in August 2017 and has been partly fan-translated not long after.

The English translation is done by the unknown people of VIZ who probably just bought the license and isn't connected to Square Enix (which is not even mentioned on the store page).

Thus the quality of the translation/localization is very debatable and it is advised to take it with a grain of salt until someone who've read the original can comment on it.

The "Vol.1" in the title, as well as the title itself, are most likely a localization choice to promote the next book which comes out in 2019.

The book is available on Amazon.

u/Peradam · 3 pointsr/nier

I'm certain it'll be the same Day One Edition with reversible cover no matter where you buy it from.

If you click "Pre-order Bonus Offer" just below the screenshots on the Amazon product page, you'll find this promo image which highlights the reversible cover as a feature.

Gamestop also has the same image on their product page.

u/ilessthanthreemath · 1 pointr/nier

The listing on Amazon (US) doesn't mention anything about a bonus disc. There's another verified purchase that says that they didn't get the bonus disc, so I don't know.

$50.99 is a lot more than importing it, even after foreign transaction and shipping fees.

u/Rive_of_Discard · 1 pointr/nier

It must be a european exclusive because that was never offered in the united states store.

u/Pikagreg · 1 pointr/nier

I meant Amazon US for $50.99. They have a listing hidden if you go to "more sellers" sold directly from Amazon. It also shows Amazon US as the only seller on the SE page for the OST.

u/tomvs123 · 1 pointr/nier

Here's the ones I've either bought or want. They're all official:

Grimoire Nier (Japanese only). There's fan translations on the web of this:

Drakengard 3 art book and guide (Japanese only).

Nier Automata world guide volume 1 (English). I suppose there might be a volume 2 coming in the future:

And for the poorly-translated novels. Get only if you're not irritated by bad sentence structure, typos, and translation errors.

u/genuse · 2 pointsr/nier

You can get it here:

You'll have to create an Amazon Japan account first though.

u/Fuu-nyon · 1 pointr/nier

Someone has copies for sale on Amazon. It's a little bit expensive, but it is possible to get a copy of you want one.

u/iverdawg · 1 pointr/nier has it, though it seems to be back-ordered for a couple of weeks:

u/vignettebestgirl · 2 pointsr/nier

I'm not the person you replied to but I got it from here and I assume this is what he meant also.

u/ForceWave-1139 · 7 pointsr/nier

This book is very similar to Nier Automata’s story.

u/playdeaddotexe · 2 pointsr/nier

If you do intend on purchasing it you can get it for £20 from Amazon

Edit* Only just realised you used "$", doesn't appear the price is the same for the US site, my apologies.

u/Neqsis · 2 pointsr/nier

I'm seriously considering it to get the translation done (I'd be willing to pay for the book since I'd ultimately keep it). I'll have to do some more looking into what that would cost and the logistics of it.

Edit: Unfortunately the more I look into what a translation would take, the less I think it's something I'll be able to get done. Since getting it translated would be my ultimate goal, I'm a lot less inclined to try to purchase the book myself.

Regarding organizing a fan translation: Logistically, getting a fan translation of a book is incredibly difficult to do; it takes a very, very long amount of time and oversight to get done right (having been a close follower of many fan translations or attempted ones from Japanese novels). There also has to be a significant following of the books to have the human resources to get it done which, unfortunately I don't think the portion of our sub interested in it can offer compared to other fan-translated books of say, Japanese Light Novels. I considered reaching out to some anime fansub groups that I've followed for a while about interest (or independent Japanese LN translators I've spoke with in the past), but they're so strapped with what they already do on top of their IRL jobs that it would just be insensitive to ask and would take an indeterminable amount of time for one person to do even if they wanted to (we're talking not within a year for an estimated ~200 pages). Even if I tried to organize such a thing the timing is really bad for me now (which is why I wanted to look at hiring out a translation) since I'm in the middle of finishing law school finals, then prepping full-time for my Bar exam, then transitioning into a full-time career.

Doing it any other way, such as paying someone to translate it, just isn't practical and is much more costly than I would have ever anticipated. Standard rates appear to be ~$0.10 minimum per word to do which, assuming the book is somewhere around 200 pages would bring the cost to over $5k USD. That seems to be more than I'd be able to raise if I tried, and frankly it's more money than I'd want to manage via crowdfunding even if I could.

If i can grab one of these on auction for around $150 USD on auction I'll probably go for it and see if I can get some kind of translation organized in my free time, but we'll just have to see. I'm not too keen on spending more for a book I may never be able to read than I did for a hard-bound, professionally translated anthology of books a couple weeks ago. Sorry all. Also, apologies for the wall of text, I didn't want people thinking I was just talking out my ass when I mentioned trying to make a translation happen - I really did look into it and it's just not practical as someone who can speak/read only enough Japanese to get around as a tourist.