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Submitted by zabu_san 595d ago | preview

Front Towards Gamer Ni no Kuni: Impressions

“Japanese RPG”, when used nowadays, is a term that makes often makes gamer cringe. This generation of games has not been to kind to the fabled genre that brought us series like Dragon Quest, Final Fantasy, and the Tales series. But worry not, JRPG faithful, Level-5 and Namco Bandai are making sure that Ni no Kuni changes all that! (Ni no Kuni Shiroki Seihai no Joou, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3)

rlacorne  +   595d ago
Only thing I don't like about these demos is that it only makes the wait oh so slightly longer. Especially for a product as enchanting as this game.

This article pretty much sums up my thought about the demo: CAN'T WAIT.
zabu_san  +   595d ago
I agree, it seems as though it's truly been too long since we first heard about it. But come next month, we'll finally be able to get our hands on it!

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