The Nioh Collection
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The Nioh Collection is a great way to enjoy two good games plus their downloadable content if you haven't had a chance to play them before. Therefore, if you like challenges, you will like this collection.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
The Nioh Collection is a great bundle that offers truckloads of great content across both critically acclaimed Nioh titles, complete with all the bells and whistles you'd come to expect from remasters.
It is a fantastic, complete collection that includes not only two of the most interesting action games of the last few years, but also every piece of content released for the title.
Review in Greek | Read full review
A remastering that is worth buying as long as you do not own the previous games, but that is somewhat short of improvements if you already have them. However, I think it's a great opportunity to play them with all their DLCs (which are quite a lot) and optimized for the new generation.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
The Nioh Collection is certainly a work of good workmanship with the Team Ninja who wanted to dust off above all the old chapter of the series and bring it, hand in hand with the most recent Nioh 2, on PlayStation 5 with mainly technical improvements thanks to the granites 60 fps and to the novelty of 120 fps in full versions with all DLCs (which can also be purchased separately from the collection with the names of Nioh Remastered - The Complete Edition and Nioh 2 - The Complete Edition). In addition, both productions enjoy almost lightning-fast loading screens and support the possibility of cross-save with PS4, with the possibility of importing your own saves from PS4 directly to PS5 using the cloud (PlayStation Plus is required).
Review in Italian | Read full review
For PS5 owners who have yet to take a chance on the Nioh series, The Nioh Collection is a must-have, providing they’re up for a challenge. Nioh Remastered – The Complete Edition and Nioh 2 Remastered – The Complete Edition, both also available separately, are expertly-crafted games that are hard to pick fault with. Across both titles there’s literally hundreds of hours of adventuring to be done, and thanks to leveraging the power of the PS5 the action has never looked or played better. It’s those with TVs capable of high frame rates that will get the most out of it though; these games really display the benefit of 120fps.
It is simply magnificent what Team Ninja accomplished in the process of remastering two games so recent and critically acclaimed. The Nioh Collection is, without a doubt, the best place to get to know the franchise and an excellent preview of what gamers can expect from games on Sony's new generation console.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
If you hadn't played the Nioh games previously - perhaps concerned over their difficulty - then don't let it miss you the second time. They are difficult, but that was essential in setting the desperate, nightmare tone and atmosphere. One other key takeaway that I've had from replaying both games for the remaster is this: what nearly made me quit the first time around has become comfortable now. The learning curve is glacially slow, but you do actually "learn" how to play these games, and there's a real sense of reward that comes from pushing through. Now, if you have played these title already, the upgrade isn't anything to write home about but, then again, perhaps you just want two brilliant games on your PlayStation 5. It's not like either Nioh is going to age poorly; you're going to want to revisit them at some point. You may as well play the best version.
The Nioh collection is back on PS5 in a pampered setting, improved fluidity, with all the extras, and takes advantage of the playstation 5... However, this will not be a package for any enthusiast fighting the mighty Yokai.
Review in Polish | Read full review
The Nioh Collection brings two of the most satisfying last-gen games to next-gen, offering improvements both new and returning players are sure to love.