i dont have a problem with spoilers. even if someone tells you whats gonna happen its not the same as experiencing it unless its something like the big plot twist in star ocean 3
Which probably comes off better when spoiled than actually seen in person.
Pretty much. Especially since the lead up to that particular twist is just as bad as the twist itself.
But in this case, it's much better to not spoil yourself until after at least till the end of your first playthrough. Thankfully, the game is cheap, and while it may control like a shoddy OoT clone (well, except for the parts that aren't but I won't get into those for spoiler reasons), it's still an OoT clone so it's not nierly as boring as playing through Drakengard was.
Also, while on the topic of spoilers, while it's not necessary to do, you might want to spoiler yourself on Drakengard's plot up until Ending E. Nier starts shortly after Drakengard's E Ending, and you can get at least a little extra context to what's happening at the start. Also Drakengard itself isn't really worth playing through as it's a mediocre, repetitive, and grindy Dynasty Warriors clone (except for the game's final boss fight which is again spoilers as it's definitely worth looking up at least) with a batshit insane soundtrack and cast.
Seriously, just go and get/play through the game. There's no preferred console and it should be like $20 which is cheap as a fuck and a whole lot better spent on that than whatever overbudgetted, overhyped, overpriced, interactive movie of the week that you might find yourself tempted to get.