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TGL Hands On Impressions - Ni No Kuni: Wrath of The White Witch


"Our playtime was spent in a serene forest environment on “An Errand For Old Father Oak.” Oliver is accompanied by Drippy, a hand stitched companion beanie toy, brought to life by Oliver’s tears from his deceased mother. Oliver and Drippy must tentatively venture into the Deep Dark Wood in pursuit of the Guardian of the Woods. The Ghibli influence is most tangible in this setting. This world is evocative of so much of what Ghibli do. It’s just so full of fascination and personality, from the static colourful woodlands to it’s quirky creatures and their interesting personal traits. You could seriously spend hours merely running around, taking in the scenery, interacting with its charming foliage folks and absorbing all of its beauty." (Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3)

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