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Bro I can't fucking think of words to say. All I know is that I've finished all endings, and Kaine kicked my face 50 times while I was doing ending E (don't ask why).
Essential Nier experience that, whilst it may not live up to Automata's game design (it is, of course, a remake of a 2010 game), it certainly does in thematic and character depth. Yoko Taro's mind is endlessly fascinating. Also the soundtrack made me orgasm I am not joking. 9.5/10
Kojima has done it again.
Words can't do this justice. I really can't come up with anything that can summarize what this experience means to me. What a stroke of genius. A revolutionary title. Way ahead of its time. I had so much fun playing this. Even the gameplay was enjoyable this time because I played with a controller, which allowed me to appreciate just how much finesse the game was designed with. The jump in quality from mgs1 to this is mind-boggling to me. This is an extremely dense game, and the way Kojima overwrites dialogue or exposition doesn't make it any easier to ingest the message that is being conveyed. But my god mgs2 has some of the most profound and elaborate moments in any game or media ever. I seriously was not expecting to be so taken aback even though I loved the original mgs. This is just on a completely different level. Truly one of the greatest games ever made. What the hell Kojima
Mentally ill man goes around beating up other mentally ill people.
I think for its time this is great. Fluid gameplay, moody soundtracks, grim atmosphere and amazing cinematics makes this more than worth it. The voice acting blows my mind. Almost every casting is perfect, especially Joker and Batman (Dr. Young's scream still scares the shit out of me). But the actual game design (stealth, enemy variety, etc.), whilst streamlined, is extremely dated and hilariously lacking. The plot itself is bare bones and nothing to write home about. Regardless, the flaws add to the charm of this piece. The standout part of the experience isn't even Batman himself; it's the villains. Joker and Scarecrow are both fantastically written antagonists. Scarecrow nightmares are the best sequences in this game. Killer Croc's entire sewer sequence is nerve-racking, at least for a good minute or two until you get used to him. Harley and Poison Ivy are hot, so points for them too. Overall, this game works, not perfectly, but it works. 7/10