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Front Towards Gamer Radio “Wednesday” Traffic Chopper, Episode 149: Ni No Kuni is For Babies

Front Towards Gamer Radio is part of the Claymore Network.

The gang is back for another episode of Front Towards Gamer Radio “Wednesday” Traffic Chopper, and tempers run hot this week over the childish baby game, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. All three agree that the game is a childish baby game for babies, but just how childish and babish IS Ni No Kuni? Gamergirl definitely hates the game and feels that Shanghai Six is 100% correct in his assessment that Ni No Kuni is for baby children, but Quinn thinks that Shanghai is even MORE CORRECT! Who is more right? Looks like Shanghai wins again!

(In all honesty, Quinn and Gamergirl love the game and beat up on Shanghai Six is just the guy who writes up the Front Towards Gamer Wednesday Traffic Chopper copy and didn’t much care for Ni No Kuni.) (Culture, Front Towards Gamer)

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