NieR: Automata Director Yoko Taro’s Video Has Thanks for D.I.C.E. Award, Apology for Not Being There


Today Square Enix Launched a Brand New video Containing NieR: Automata Director Yoko Taro, Also Producer Yosuke Saito.

The movie intends to thank the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences to its D.I.C.E. Award given to the game as Greatest RPG of all 2017.

Obviously, it wouldn’t be a Yokyo Taro video without an amusing part, which has origins in the ceremony itself. After the award for NieR: Automata has been declared, nobody in Square Enix had been present to get it, resulting in a tiny embarrassing moment.

As the movie message clarifies, Square Enix just did not expect to obtain the award, or so the video ends with Takano-san from advertising prostrating himself to plead while sporting a spare Yoko Taro Mask.

To be fair, together with how most Japanese games are handled at these awards that are mainstream, I can’t really blame them for not even expecting it.

You can check the movie out below. We recently learned the game passed 2.5 million units summing up sales and shipments.

If you are unfamiliar with the game, then you  can read our review.  

This article was originally published by DualShockers. Read the original article.

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