There are surreal things and then there is this story starring a girl from Tinder and NieR: Automata.
There are many surreal stories that happen every day, but this can be one of the most disconcerting since a user of Tinder has contributed to the sales of the prestigious title NieR: Automata by convincing their dates to buy the video game Square Enix.
There are surreal things and then there is this story starring a girl from Tinder and NieR: Automata
NieR: Automata was released in the year 2017 and turned out to be one of the most successful video games of Platinum Games. The action role-playing game featuring some very interesting types of androids, a complex and developed storyline and an amazing soundtrack. All these ingredients allowed for the realization of one of the best games of the generation that was nominated and won several awards. Even five years after its release, NieR: Automata is considered innovative, and some believe that its very positive reception enabled the development of Nier: Replicant ver.1.22474487139.
In this sense, a user of Tinder with the name of Ennja he managed to convince different kids to buy the game. According to her, she met men through her profile from Tinder and would speak and recommend the purchase of the game. Ennja He estimates that he successfully got a total of 22 men to buy the game and make it to the end credits if they decided to enjoy this great adventure. Many were interested in this curious story and wanted to know how true it was. That’s why she was able to share some screenshots of conversations with different men, some of whom had sent messages saying they couldn’t believe they were about to buy a video game just to impress a girl.
However, the story does not end at this point. Yoko Tarōthe Japanese video game director and writer behind the games drakengard Y Nierlearned of the exploits of the curious activities of Ennja. In response, he posted a series of playful tweets thanking her for her work and that NieR: Automata I appreciated it. This game will receive a port of Switch in October, and there have been numerous crossovers with other titles, including one in February with Babylon’s Fall.