Submitted by thekiddfran 998d ago | review

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Review | Playstationer.net

Welcome to Ni No Kuni or in it’s purest translation ‘The Another World’. If you haven’t been taken in by the stunning animation so far, the world map will be sure to do the trick. It is a beautiful world full of lush grass, the bluest oceans and the brightest sky. It is a world that every gamer dreams of finding (minus the villainous types) and it has enough secrets to keep you going for a 100 hours or so. From the opening village of Ding Dong Dell to dreary marshlands of Hamelin, there is never a time where you aren’t captivated by its awe. Just try not to stare so long that you are ambushed by the enemies that crawl the landscapes. (Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3) 95/100

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