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gamrReview 8.5/10 Feb 09 '13
Computer and Video Games /10 Dec 31 '69
Destructoid 9/10 Sup Jan 21 '13
Destructoid 9/10 Jan 21 '13
Games Radar /10 Jan 22 '13
GameSpot 9.0/10 Jan 22 '13
IGN PS3 3/10 Oct 02 '13
IGN PS3 3/10 Oct 02 '13
Strategy Informer 9.0/10 Dec 31 '69
Worthplaying 7.7/10 Feb 12 '13
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"PS3 has been rough for the Japanese RPG sub-genre, but Ni no Kuni is a glorious return to form, harking back to PS2's halcyon days of Dragon Quest VIII and classic Final Fantasy. To quote Drippy's glorious welsh-o-speak: 'Tidy!'"
"It's a free DLC-fest for the PlayStation Network today, as Draggle, the adorable guy pictured above, is dropping for free on the PSN. If you aren't familiar with how Ni No Kuni works, it's basically like Pokémon. Aroun..."
"It's a free DLC-fest for the PlayStation Network today, as Draggle, the adorable guy pictured above, is dropping for free on the PSN. If you aren't familiar with how Ni No Kuni works, it's basically like Pokémon. Aroun..."
"While it’s still too early to say if Ni No Kuni represents a return to RPG form for Level-5 after the disappointing White Knight Chronicles games, what we’ve played was pretty enjoyable – not to mention extremely pretty. In any case, our expectations are high at this point; we’ll find out if they’re justified when Ni No Kuni arrives early next year."
"Since the game was announced years ago, many have been waiting patiently for the dream team of Studio Ghibli (My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away) and Level-5 (Professor Layton, Dragon Quest VIII) to localize Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. It's finally coming to US stores on January 22 next year, thanks in part to publisher Namco Bandai. While in Japan for Tokyo Game Show, we stopped by the Namco offices and played an English language demo of the upcoming RPG, and we captured it all on film for your enjoyment. Check it out!"
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