Joystiq: Ni no Kuni (PS3) preview

Joystiq: Not that I expected it to, but a year after my first demo, I'm delighted to report that Ni no Kuni still looks completely gorgeous. The graphics don't seem incredibly impressive from a technical perspective -- they're actually pretty simple -- but effective use of cel-shading and good old-fashioned art design have combined to convincingly deliver the experience of wandering around in a Studio Ghibli world.

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tiffac0082407d ago

Thank you for localizing this. :3

buddymagoo2406d ago

You know you can't go wrong with Studio Ghibli. Really looking forward to this like you wouldn't believe!

KidMakeshift2406d ago

Now if only they would bring the DS version over as well with the magic book

CaptainMarvelQ82406d ago

This looks so vibrant and colorful,I love it!
Is this a sequel or a completely new IP?

NukaCola2406d ago (Edited 2406d ago )

dunno, think just a PS3 version of the DS game. Either way, I am getting it. It looks incredible!

@below, thnks didnt know.

majiebeast2406d ago (Edited 2406d ago )

Its not a new IP but the Ds version is a different story so they are pretty much completely unrelated.

Shikoro2406d ago

In regards to the DS version, this is an up port.
The DS and PS3 versions altogether make a new IP. Simple...

tarbis2406d ago

Enough talk. Just bring it over.

Crystallis2406d ago

I need this looks beautiful.

Relientk772406d ago

Level 5 is amazing I love their games

I REALLY hope this game gets the attention it deserves, it looks absolutely beautiful and looks like a true JRPG, I hope it sells well and developers start making JRPGs again like in the PS1 and PS2 generations, there are so many great JRPGs for Sony's previous consoles

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