46 Songs, 3 Hours 32 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
232 Ratings
232 Ratings

This is it

This is it. This is the best game soundtrack ever.


The greatest game OST of all time is not an overstatement

Okabe takes the crown from the original NieR and places it firmly on Automata.

Andrew Evenstar

One of the best of all time.

The original NieR Soundtrack was one of the best VGM albums of all time.

This soundtrack is a great follow up. Weight of the World is an amazing choral piece.

I will continue to edit this review as I fully listen to the soundtrack.

About Keiichi Okabe

Keiichi Okabe is a Japanese composer of video games and television soundtracks. He began working in the mid-'90s for Namco Entertainment and was responsible for the music of popular video games such as Tekken and Air Combat, among others. In 2010, he composed the music for Square Enix's NieR, often considered one of the best examples of the genre. Due to its massive popularity, NieR's music spawned several record releases, from the original soundtrack to new versions with different arrangements (piano, techno, jazz, etc.). The game's long-awaited sequel, NieR: Automata, together with its corresponding Okabe-authored soundtrack, arrived in early 2017., Rovi



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