Submitted by coptop1 748d ago | opinion piece

Was Ni No Kuni All In Oliver's Head? A Cynical Theory

New Gamer Nation - While I was playing Ni No Kuni –Wrath of the White Witch, a constant thought swam through my head. Was this actually happening, or was Oliver just imagining the entire adventure? I tend to question this whenever I play a game or see a movie that involves a child going on a fantasy adventure. It’s rather cynical of me, but I can’t help it. As I played Ni No Kuni, I couldn’t help going back to my theory at key points in the story and important dialogue moments. I was expecting something to be said or done that would just blow my theory out of the water, but by the end of the game, there wasn’t anything really to disprove me. Don’t believe me? Read on to see why this could all be in Oliver’s head, and keep in mind this is full of spoilers. (Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3)

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