The Japanese version of NieR: Automata featured an item named 'NIN64' which could be fished and exchanged at the shop. The description of the item was described as "“Trash that was fished up. Can be exchanged at the shop.". A few players who were fans of the console Nintendo 64 were displeased as they found the item name tasteless. They took there complaints onto twitter about the item as they thought that SquareEnix were making fun of the console, the Nintendo 64. 'NIN64' was also said to be a reference to an anti-aircraft missile launcher from the fifties which was named 'MIM-64' which many thought made more sense. However players complaints regarding the item name and how close it was to the term Nintendo 64, has caused SquareEnix and PlatinumGames to rename the item to 'Broken Launcher' which was later changed in the 1.03 patch for the Japanese version of NieR: Automata.
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Connection to Other Media
Accord is briefly mentioned by the Resistance Weapon Trader as the proprietor of the business. She still has her shop in the future and now appears to have helpers in her store.
Accord is a character who debuted in Drakengard 3. She is an Android and serves as the narrator of the Drakengard 3's story. She is said to have come from the Old World to observe the events within the past.
Accord's origins and her creator are unknown. It is a mystery why she was created and also why she was sent on her mission to record the events of the "singularity" known as Zero.
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