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Submitted by PockyKing 1098d ago | review

Ni No Kuni Review: A Sincere Heart | Velocity Gamer

VG writes: I stepped into Ni No Kuni not entirely sure what I was getting myself into. An Rpg featuring children instead of deranged confusing adults, A system that in a lot of ways is like Pokémon yet at the same time has absorbed different ideas that have been sitting in games like Final Fantasy 12, and an “epic story” of how a young boy would save the world when in truth all he actually wanted was to save his mother. Ni No Kuni has some faults, but its visual display, its actual child like sincerity, and unexpected quirks have a firm grip on my unexpecting heart. It’s a world where children can save the world, not everything necessarily needs to be stated, and magic is not only powerful but visually beautiful. (Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3) 90/100

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