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    Yoko Taro declares the Nier franchise completed

    PCGamesN reports that in a Christmas video to followers, Nier and Drakengard creator Yoko Taro declared the Nier sequence completed, pending being given some huge cash to proceed it.

    Showing with him is producer Yosuke Saito, who performs off Taro’s feedback as if it was a little bit of some variety. In response to Saito’s query on what Taro desires to do with the sequence sooner or later, Taro responds: “Nothing!” He takes this chance to say that the Nier sequence is completed. Saito is having none of it, although, and factors out it is likely to be a lie. Then Taro mentioned he’d rethink if he had been to be given an enormous pile of cash.

    This isn’t the primary time that Yoko Taro and different members of his staff have communicated with followers utilizing humor and self-depreciation. In truth, that’s their entire factor. So it stays unclear on if this actually is the tip of Nier or not, however it appears the staff isn’t engaged on something Nier associated. Until it’s.

    It’s in the end okay of the sequence stops the place it’s, particularly given the impression that it continues to have on gaming. Not every thing must be dragged on without end, and the 2 video games proceed to seize the hearts and imaginations of audiences.

    The remake to Nier Replicant simply got here out to good reviews following a particularly widespread breakthrough sport in Nier Automata, which continues to get support even right now. As for Replicant, it stayed truer to the original than many thought it could.

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