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Submitted by xyxzor 913d ago | review

The Paranoid Gamer Review: Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (PS3)

The Paranoid Gamer writes: " Ni No Kuni is an experience that is simply a masterpiece. One of those games that, minor annoyances aside, are polished till they shine with every aspect of aesthetics and gameplay coming together to create something spectacular. While it does have a few tiny blemishes, it is one of the most shining examples of the genre. There was a lot of care and love given to every aspect of the game and it shows in an outstanding final experience, which is why it earns a perfect score. Simply put Ni No Kuni is one of the best RPGs this generation and indeed one of the finest I’ve ever played. (Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3) 100/100

SolidDuck  +   913d ago
Great review. I'm excited to play this, I plan on picking it up before the weekend.
Chidori  +   913d ago
I nicknamed my first familiar "Batman".

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