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Submitted by jmobley 696d ago | review

Ni No Kuni Review | VGU.TV

Joshua Mobley of VGU.TV enters the world of Ni No Kuni, and loves it. (Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3) 9/10

TheOneEyedHound  +   696d ago
It is a nice enchanted world, this review is much better. ")
NewMonday  +   696d ago
my young nephew is a gamer that goes for the popular stuff, the good reviews of this game made him try out a JRPG for the first time, but he was a bit overwhelmed by it, he was used to the straightforward games, gave him a tip to start build up his party from the start, and that it is a basic part of the game. he is digging in and hopefully we get more coverts.
TheOneEyedHound  +   695d ago
These type of games classify as art Imo, he will remember by playing this how incredible games can be.
creeping judas  +   695d ago
Such and awesome game, played 4 hours straight last night, sadly had to go to bed. Love how it simply goes from cut scene to game play without any change in the graphical quality!!

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