Tower Records Japan Stores to Be Decorated With Nier Automata Motifs
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Tower Records Japan Stores Decorating With NieR Automata Motifs

Tower Records announced that a new collaboration campaign will involve stores being decorated with NieR Automata collaboration posters and motifs, and will start on March 26, 2024.

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The collaboration is aimed to celebrate the Japanese release of the Blu-ray and DVD box sets of the NieR Automata Ver1.1a anime series in Japan on March 27. The NieR Automata anime adaptation is the latest series to be featured as part of Tower Record’s “No Anime, No Life” campaign.

A limited number of NieR Automata Ver1.1a x “No Anime, No Life” collaboration posters and acrylic stands will be offered as bonus for the on-store purchase of NieR Automata Blu-ray or DVD box sets. The Tower Records receipt tickets will also be decorated with special NieR Automata motifs for the duration of the campaign.

You can check out the collaboration posters, acrylic stands, and tickets for the NieR Automata Tower Records collaboration here:

In addition, the Japanese voice of 2B, Yui Ishikawa, will be in charge of the opening call for Tower Records stores for two weeks until April 8, 2024. Seven stores will display posters autographed by Nier Automata Ver 1.1a director Ryoji Masuyama. These are the Shibuya, Tomakomai, Sendai Parco, Shinjuku, Otaka, Namba Parks, and Amu Plaza Hakata stores.

The first cour of the NieR Automata Ver1.1a anime is available for streaming on Crunchyroll. The second cour will start airing sometime on 2024. NieR Automata is available for the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC.

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