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Post by Dan @ 01:40pm 02/06/10 | 0 Comments
In case you're not already over-occupied with all the top-shelf titles currently flying off shelves around the country, here's another one for the pot.

In today's AusGamers review, James takes an in-depth look at NIER, the new action-RPG from Final Fantasy developer Square-Enix.
NIER was clearly created to be enjoyed by those freaky Japanese shut-ins who never leave their rooms, both because it offers a fantastical, sexy proxy for the human experience, and because it represents tremendous value for money. You could play this game for months.
If that sounds like your bag, click over this way for the complete low-down.

NIER is now in-stores for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.



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