Nier: Replicant is releasing tomorrow, and surprise, it’s a pretty great remaster of the 2010 game. Celebrate its release with some savings on merchandise relating to its sequel, Nier: Automata.
I mean, who doesn’t love some artbooks, especially of a game as visually striking as Automata. Both Nier: Automata World Guides Volume 1 and 2 are on sale at Amazon US, and they both offering some great art and other content from the game’s universe. Volume 1 is down to $22.09, while Volume 2 is $24.84. It’s less than $50 for a whole lot of art!
- NieR: Automata World Guide Volume 1 for $22.09 at Amazon US
- NieR: Automata World Guide Volume 2 for $24.84 at Amazon US
The World guides aren’t the only Automata books around, though. There are also the novelizations of the game, Long Story Short and Short Story Long. Short Story Long is also cool because it includes the novelization of the related stage play, which gives important backstory to one of the characters. Let’s not forget about the YoRHa Boys novelization either, which is another stage play that’s important to overall world-building. Since the stage plays were only in Japan, these books are the only way to get those tasty Automata lore bits!
The physical, paperback versions of all of these are discounted, so now’s your chance to stock up on reading material!
- NieR:Automata: Long Story Short for $11.99 at Amazon US
- NieR:Automata: Short Story Long for $13.49 at Amazon US
- NieR:Automata: YoRHa Boys for $13.49 at Amazon US
Am I promoting these so that the Nier: Grimoire art and storybook gets translated from all the sales here? Maybe. But hey, it’s a win-win, you’ll get more delicious lore either way!
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