I would love to pick this up, but there are too many things coming out soon that I have to prioritize what to buy. As much as I dig the design of 2B, I'll have to wait a bit to get it. I hope that the game turns out to be good.
I think this. Zelda, I'm deffo getting on the Wii U, and if I can I might try to get a switch for my niece as like... an early birthday thing. We'll see.
I bought Nier for the 360 because GAF kept talking about it. I never ended up playing it. I don't really know about this one. I played the demo and half-liked it.
I liked the "normal" parts, but there were a lot of those parts that reminded me of the top-down parts of Transformers: Devastation. I hated those parts and frankly, thought they sucked. This game seems to have more of that weird locked-camera shenanigans going on judging from the demo. I suppose it'll be down to reviews.
I'm still debating between this and Nioh at release. It's one or the other for the time being. I didn't have a great experience with the Nioh beta and I haven't had a pure action game in in my life for awhile. Still though.. I'm so torn.
This was the only game I was really looking forward to going in to 2017. As it turns out this year is way more competitive than I expected, but I'm still in on NieR come day one. Shame it's a few weeks late for worldwide release (and then a little further back again, because it's Australia). Maybe I'll sneak in Nioh or even Horizon in the meantime.
I'll buy the PC version later on. I couldn't afford to at release anyway. I would have loved to have played it day one, though. One of the very few games I wanted on day one in recent years.
I hate that so many anticipated games are coming out at a time when I can't afford to buy them, won't have the time to play, and in some cases can't play them because I don't have the right system. I'm effectively out of gaming indefinitely.