Yoko Taro Thinks He'll Make Failures Next, So He Wants To Make As Much Money As He Can Meanwhile

Game director Yoko Taro thinks he'll probably make failures with his next projects, so he wants to make as much money as possible while his good reputation from NieR: Automata still stands.

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DarXyde2261d ago

The genius of NieR: Automata is totally not accidental. It's a thoroughly good game for so many reasons.

Taro is probably suggesting that he's going to get more experimental going forward and he has no idea how the community will respond to it.

FinalFantasyFanatic2261d ago

That's normal for him, he's not the type to play it safe by any stretch, NierR: Automata is one of the few games that actually took off, most of the other NieR games were defiantly an experience in of themselves, they just didn't get much recognition. Platinum was probably a big contributor to his success this time.

I really do hope his future projects do better than expected and that they do get the recognition they deserve.

IamTylerDurden12262d ago (Edited 2262d ago )

Nier deserves to make money. Push it as hard as you can, make more sp DLC, release a GotY edition and get money. Games like HZD and Nier Automata should be pushed hard, they aren't $60 free 2 plays or half finished games that attack people's wallets. These are great games with no MTs (expansions aren't MTs) and in the case of Nier Automata it deserves to sell more than a million or two.

It isn't often you hit a homerun, so when you do, capitalize.

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Frostpunk 2 Director Łukasz Juszczyk Discusses Game Balance, Politics, and Beta Feedback

TechRaptor writes, "After getting our hands on the Frostpunk 2 story, we got to sit down with Łukasz Juszczyk to talk about how the game evolved from the original."

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XDefiant dev promises fix to frustrating hit reg issues, though players remain skeptical

Mark Rubin, XDefiant’s executive producer, responded to an X/Twitter post that fixes to hit reg “are something [they] are working on.” Unfortunately, it’s unclear when it will arrive, as neither Rubin nor the development team have yet to provide an actual time frame.

just_looken3d ago (Edited 3d ago )

Ha man what is this the 8th time they are working on this issue?

SO the game is using division one maps/assets with some divison 2 thrown in with that we can say they never really made the maps so what have they been doing for there 6 to perhaps 8 years of dev time? must be alot of hookers/blow/parties.


Notellin3d ago

It's astounding how much money they blow and this is the results. Gaming development is out of control.

just_looken2d ago

Right even when ubisoft cancelled division heartland as a beta player that game was a far better state then they push with this trash of a game that is still in a beta state after 3 years of delay's.

we are so starved of any decent fps/3rd person shooters out there it seems we will take anything even though some ps2 fps games were more fun then this game in my old opinion.

FPS_D3TH3d ago

Skeptical because it was an issue with ALL the betas and still hasn’t been fixed

just_looken2d ago

Its like they are using division one servers but they caught fire then were put together with barry/carols help from the janitors wing or some shit. Three years they still can not make it so the gun goes boom the guy gets hit then damage is applied.


The Alters Q&A - Creating a Game About the Roads Not Taken

Wccftech interviewed The Alters Lead Designer Rafał Włosek to learn more about the making of The Alters and its feature set.

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