Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Review | Capsule Computers

Luke Halliday writes:

"Studio Ghibli are known worldwide as the Disney of Japan, having created masterpiece after masterpiece, nearly everything with the Ghibli name attached to it ends up receiving a great deal of fanfare. Such is the case with Level 5′s latest RPG adventure into a magical world that could only come from Ghibli called Ni No Kuni.

There has been so much hype surrounding Ni No Kuni with some of the more extreme fanatics calling it the next Final Fantasy or Tales before it was even released in English. Don’t get more wrong now, Ni No Kuni is a truly magical experience, one that will not soon be forgotten. It is by no means the next Final Fantasy, it’s not even the next Tales. What it is however, is the first Ni No Kuni."

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futurefrog1364d ago

what a beautiful game i love studio ghibli

koga881364d ago

Hmm, I had to pick up the basic version of the game after I found out that my Wizard's edition was cancelled. Besides that annoyance I have been finding the title a breath of fresh air compared to the number of boobie RPGs that are out now. Sure they have their place but occasionally a classic experience like this one needs to be released.

masterabbott1364d ago

im going to pick this up and see what all the fuss is all about.

ApolloTheBoss1364d ago

It's incredibly awesome, man. Tales + Pokemon + Zelda = Ni No Kuni.

futurefrog1364d ago

Pokemon is too simple a comparison, if you are a hardcore RPG fan you will recognise the Familiar mechanic being similar to that of Living Toys in Guardian's Crusade.

ApolloTheBoss1364d ago


I'm not a hardcore JRPG fan. Which is why choose the simple comparison.