Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Will be a Standout RPG

While Ni no Kuni has had a number of releases overseas, the Level-5 developed franchise has only breached the west in a single instance. Released back in 2013, Wrath of the White Witch is a unique, highly-original RPG best known for its Studio Ghibli involvement. Unfortunately, the award-winning animation studio isn’t reprising their role with the sequel, but fortunately Level-5 has been able to maintain the very essence and charm the first game contained. While gamers should be playing Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom right now, its delay into 2018 is likely for the best, as gamers shouldn’t rush perfection, and based on what has been shown thus far, it has the potential to be something special in a year that’s absolutely crammed full of huge AAA releases.

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antikbaka362d ago (Edited 362d ago )

I would honestly, as I loved the first one very much, recommend to wait reviews for a week or two. And not those ones which are done based on press release copies because they rush the game and don't pay much attention to many things

PhoenixUp362d ago

I like the look of the combat in this one better than the original

rdgneoz3362d ago

The first was similar, but you could stop combat and pick a skill or such to use. This has no pause and you're doing the fighting instead of mainly your minions.

Imalwaysright362d ago

Don't like the idea of not having familiars but I loved the 1st one so I'll give it a try.