Submitted by Nyxus 979d ago | opinion piece

Collector's Corner: Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Wizard's Edition

The Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Wizard’s Edition was released in Europe on February 1st 2013. Being a critically acclaimed game, this is one of the more sought after special editions. It sold out well before the release date at most stores. (Culture, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3)

Not really sure why it's sought after. It was an ok game but it wasn't great. White Knight Chronicles was better. The first game was anyway but I never really cared for the 2nd WKC.
AznGaara  +   979d ago
The spell book. Its annoying having to read the stories in there on the screen.
vanethe  +   979d ago
White Knight Chronicles had a lot of potential , the ideas were there but the final product quality wasn't good , having the actual book adds an adventure element to the game , i really wanted to get this game on 3ds though , drawing the spells is awesome .

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