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As the highly anticipated sequel to a 2010 cult action-RPG, Square Enix and Platinum Games brought both a new gameplay trailer and look at a particularly action-packed boss battle from the upcoming NieR Automata to E3 this year. The footage looks very cool, with parts of the boss battle looking like a section from classic top-down shooter Ikaruga, and others from other Platimun action-hits like Bayonetta.

Set for release early 2017, NieR Automata takes place in a world where humans have fled the planet and robots have taken over Earth. With players taking control of what could either be some stationary or a group of androids, 2B, 9S, and A2. Yeah, story wise the original game was kind of out there but beloved by fans.

So even though what you see here may not make much sense, it certainly look very cool.



And here's that look at the boss battle, featuring one of the protagonists and what looks like a giant ballroom gown-bot.




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