Yesterday you saw a large batch of screenshots of the upcoming JRPG by Gust Yoru no Nai Kuni, and today you get the first chance to see the game in motion.
Damn it I thought it was Ni No Kuni 2.. Oh well but this game does look interest.
You're not the only one, I got too excited for a second lol
At first I was the same. Then I saw the video cover image... This looks like your generic combat focused JRPG that seems prevalent on the Vita, though.
Yeah I'll definitely get this for my vita. At the moment my vita is lacking games. Completed freedom wars a while ago
Not me, I seen it weeks ago and it starts with a y.
I like some JRPG,but also Ni No Kuni 2 please
Oh man lol the action-rpg genre caught me by surprise. I thought for sure they'd go the turn based way.
Kuni means "Country" in Japanese. Careful with any other games with the word country in it or people will think it's Ni No Kuni 2 also. I'm hoping for Ni No Kuni 2 as well.
It's to be expected since they didn't bother to translate Ni no Kuni's title for the Western release.
That's why I clicked, then I got sad.
Kuni is more representative to mean world isn't it? It's one of those words that's not directly translatable. I know it is often used to mean land(which could be a country) Ni is a particle, to indicate location or time if I'm not mistaken(my japanese is very rusty). No is tricky, but generally indicates that the subject is the owner of the predicate. So Ni No Kuni roughly translate to "Not my World", but contextually it would be "In another world" based on my research into the meaning. Again, my Japanese is very rusty since I stopped playing Japanese games years ago, and i was never fluent to begin with, and I was always illiterate on it.:) I would welcome corrections though. For the article's topic game Yoru means night, among other things which have nothing to do with time. Nai means dead(maybe death?) I had a hard time putting the words together, but online it seems people say it means "a land without night". But I'm not sure how nai fits into that. Again would love some clarification from someone who knows Japanese better. it's a tough language to learn due to the nuances of the modifiers, and terms that aren't directly translatable, and words that are more metaphorical than literal. Other than that, I would love a Ni No Kuni 2 as well.:)
I believe it means country as in the word country itself, not "The Country of Japan" but "This is Bat Country". Not referring to a country just is a country (or the generic "Land" which you might be correct on). From what I've heard it translates well to "Of Two Countries"
The ps4 is where the jrpg dwell, :) And go tell it on the mountains... /kiddin, so no high horses please!!!
Yet another good Vita game.
Correction: "yet another (possibly) good (multiplatform) game."
It's on the Vita, right?
Yes, it's on the Vita. But it's still a multiplatform game.
Oh come on lol, a Vita game is still a Vita game even though it's multi platform.
The point is that it's not *just* a Vita game. You don't hear anyone calling Guacamelee "a Vita game," do you? Implying exclusivity in multiplats is a common tactic of fanboys.
He never said it was only on Vita. He just said it's another good Vita game.
I didn't see anybody call it a Vita exclusive. Seems like you're just being overly sensitive, correcting something that wasn't incorrect to begin with.
I have always loved the art of Gust games & this is another quality title from them. It's nice to see them move away from the Atelier series for a change & if things go well Gust may have another franchise to grow along side Atelier. Interesting the direction the title is going, Gust isn't that well known for action oriented style combat in their games. They may be influenced by Tecmo Koei & their knowledge of the genre.
I like their art style. And I, too, am glad to see them move away from the Atelier games. They were far too otaku-pandering for my tastes.
I don't think they make a series that I don't like. Ciel games and Mana Khemia are also very good. The arland trilogy was awesome and look forward to getting into the dusk sky trilogy. I will admit their major focus has been on Atelier this gen, but always look forward to their games.
Yoru no nai = "No night" Kuni = "Country" Yoru no nai Kuni = "Night-less Country"
Great, another JRPG on PS4 (and other Sony consoles)! I really hope it comes out in EU too....
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