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

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

Needless to say, it wouldn’t be a Yokyo Taro video with no amusing role, which has roots in the ceremony itself. When the award for NieR: Automata was announced, no one in Square Enix was present to receive it, inducing a small awkward moment.

As the video message clarifies, Square Enix only didn’t expect to receive the award, or so the movie ends with Takano-san from marketing prostrating himself to emphasise while sporting a spare Yoko Taro Mask.

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

You may check the movie out below. We recently learned that the game passed 2.5 million components summing up imports and sales.

If you’re unfamiliar with the game, then you  can read our inspection.  

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