Nio Stock: I’m not buying this game
I’m getting sick of Nio stock, and I’m really, really sick of it.
The Nio game has been around since 2011, and while it has never quite been a hit as some other recent games, it’s a fun time capsule of sorts for the franchise, and its not really all that long ago that it was the darling of the Japanese gaming community.
Nio 2, released in 2017, was a big deal, with the franchise receiving major press coverage as a result.
But in a couple of years, Nio 3 has gone from being a relatively minor game, with a relatively small amount of money in the game’s pocket, to being the flagship title in the franchise’s long history.
The latest installment in the series, Nisemonogatari, is in a very different spot.
The game is actually quite interesting, but it’s not going to win you any fans in the West, especially since it’s going to have to be bought from the comfort of your couch.
The most important thing to note about Nio, however, is that it’s the best game Nio has ever been.
The art, story, music, and overall presentation are all fantastic, and Nio feels like it could have been a great game from the beginning, and was never really built around that idea.
Even if the game is mediocre on the surface, it has the biggest cast in the Nio franchise to date, and the voice acting is top notch.
The characters are great, and most of the game takes place in a gorgeous and well-animated setting, which is exactly what fans of the franchise wanted.
If you’re a fan of NIO games, and are interested in the future of the series and its story, you might want to pick this one up.
But if you’re just looking for a quick introduction to the franchise as a whole, and want to jump straight into the game, you can check out our review of Nisimonogatari.
But the good news is that there are plenty of other great Nio games to choose from, so you can still find something fun to play even if you don’t want to spend a whole lot of time with it.