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Gettin' Ghibli With It - Ni No Kuni Reaches The West | Forbes

Forbes: "Ni No Kuni is in a strange position it shares with many Japanese RPGs, in that the truly fanatical enthusiasts in the west will already know plenty about it by the time it reaches their shores. The first incarnation of Ni No Kuni, and the Nintendo DS, was released in 2010, and the PS3 version being released now was originally released in Japan in late 2011. As JRPG translations go, this is actually reasonably peppy." (Gaming, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch)

ReconHope  +   932d ago
so hard to differentiate gameplay looks like it's straight out of anime

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