On paper, it sounds like a dream come true. Imagine a game that takes the best parts of Dragon Quest, Pokémon, and Harry Potter, and puts them all together with a coat of paint applied by the masterful talent at Studio Ghibli and the experienced developers at Level 5, and you will end up with Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. How could such a formula result in anything less than greatness? For the most part, it can’t. Ni no Kuni does so much right that it’s hard to even admit that flaws exist in the game. And though numerous flaws do exist, nothing can stop Ni no Kuni from telling its story and providing a great deal of fun, entertainment and emotion along the way.