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Submitted by -Mezzo- 442d ago | podcast

GameSpot GamePlay Special Edition Spoilercast: Ni no Kuni

GameSpot - Destructoid's Jim Sterling and Polygon's Phil Kollar join Kevin to dissect Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and its giant exploding head-genitals. (Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3)

izumo_lee  +   442d ago
Wow listening to Phil Kollar's excuses to justify his low score for the game are nitpicking to be honest. He describes the difficulty spikes & while i am playing the game i simply do not notice any of this stuff he is talking about it.

I believe having a particular familiar in your party makes a huge difference in battle. Every familiar have stars representing their attack speed & movement speed, these give you a good indication on which familiar to take with you.

I have some disagreements with some of their points & i agree with some of their other points.
nolifeking  +   442d ago
Don't forget the moon, star, sun and planet affinities. I found using those also made battle more managable.

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