Persona 5 vs. Nier Automata: Review

Persona 5 is a role-playing game combined with turn-based combat versus monsters and dungeon exploration. Nier Automata is also a role-playing action game. Players fight enemies in various in-game environments. These two games are immensely entertaining for entirely different reasons. Both the games represent two different pinnacles of the genre, which is refinement, and innovation. Sometimes you will be stuck on some level, and it will be hard for you to complete it. Inversegamer can help players guide and walkthrough all the levels in both Persona 5 and Nier Automata.

Persona 5 is the third trilogy of games that is quite similar to one another in terms of mechanics. It shows that the developer has learned from everything they have created in the past and developed one of the most enjoyable gameplay experiences in a JRPG. The combat is a very satisfying and well-organized game. Walking around Tokyo is a brilliant way to break up the intense pacing of the dungeon crawling. For every dungeon in the game, players are given deadlines to finish the game. The Player’s time in Persona 5 is split into turn-based combat, dungeon-crawling, and time management. It is remarkably strategic, and the dungeons are some of the best the game has to offer.

Nier: Automata is a very innovative game. It has a creative use of the medium for storytelling purposes. The story is very captivating. It is the ideal blend of emotions, mind-bending, philosophical, mind-bending, and sometimes heartbreaking. The game has many things, from multiple playthroughs as a storytelling device to the usage of somewhat fake shifts to emphasize something. There are three main casts in the game. The two main casts serve the organization YoRHa. The organization’s goal is to save the downfall of the human race on earth. The storyline is excellent, and to finish the game, players must unlock five main endings. The game gets pretty tragic and dark despite the innocent surface appearance. The game is not entirely depressing; there are light-hearted and funny moments in the game.

Persona 5 is a refinement of many other games, while Nier is something new. Players sometimes find it hard to finish some levels in both the games. You will find game walkthroughs, guide, and map to both the games in Inversegamer.