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Submitted by Gekko 384d ago | opinion piece

Ni no Kuni: My First JRPG, My Final JRPG

Kyle E. Miller: ''The first fifteen hours of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch lifted ten years from my mind and heart. My young adulthood was brimful of traditional Japanese RPGs. Savoring even the rotten ones, I played through one after the other until it seemed I had played them all, and then I would scour the Internet (often this very site) for the most obscure JRPGs or other games I may have somehow overlooked. Even though I had been exposed to video games all my life, these were my formative years as a gamer: evenings after school fighting bloated bombs, casting "Indignation" with a tiny girl's cry, and playing hide and seek in a desert town.'' (Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, PS3)

ApolloTheBoss  +   385d ago
Ni No Kuni: My first JRPG, but DEFINITELY not my last.
SonyDrone1125   385d ago | Spam

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