Nier Automata PS4
Nier Automata PS4 is a much anticipated hack-and-slash follow-up to 2010’s Nier. The release was developed by Platinum Games for PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows. It is an action role-playing game that is set in the same universe as its predecessor.
The gameplay features combat android 2B, obsolete prototype A2 as well as her companion 9S. The trio engage machine lifeforms emanating from another universe.
The machine lifeforms or robots are a creation of remnants of humanity and otherworldly invaders. In Automata’s app world, players have the capacity to control several characters through action-based gameplay.
The in-game experience is enhanced by a rotating camera that can turn 360 degrees. As the player advances through the game route, new characters are unlocked.
Series creator Taro Yoko and crew stated that the game retains its role-playing elements despite reports indicating the new release has a high-action gameplay. A combination of Nier’s original gameplay styles still characterize the game. The styles concentrate around melee weapons. In addition, the developers have introduced some shooting elements.
Samsung Gear VR
Samsung Gear VR headset is another exciting and innovative iteration from Samsung. The device is fully compatible with Galaxy smartphone apps. It is capable of supporting Samsung Galaxy Note 7 using micro USB adapters and a modular connector with USB-C. The headset comes with a wide variety of benefits, including easy set up, superb comfort and longer battery life of up to 18 hours.
Samsung Gear VR offers an ever-expanding number of mobile app options, games and videos from which to choose. Although the device shares a number of similarities with its predecessor, there are several noticeable variations. The new offering features additional vents and provides more room to improve comfort.
Unlike the previous model, the new release does not have fog issue on the lens. It is available in an all-black color and also comes with an Oculus home button, which is very handy.
The Gear VR feels a bit heavier and appears bigger than the first.