“We are alive, after all. And being alive is pretty much a constant stream of embarrassment.”
We turn our attention to one of 2017’s most talked about sexy androids smash up robots named after philosophers with floating swords games, NieR:Automata. As well as its high concepts and emotional and existential ambitions, does Yoko Taro and PlatinumGames’ action RPG hold up to gameplay scrutiny? Analysis: The Leon, Brian, Leah and Tony pods must transfer data with the Cane and Rinse community.
Music used in this issue:
1. Pascal by Keiichi Okabe
2. A Beautiful Song by Keiichi Okabe
Cane and Rinse 356 was edited by Jay Taylor
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