Taake
Dec 09, 12 1:15pm
The Ni No Kuni demo is fantastic and I, for one, will welcome the full release with welcome arms

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Polarity Dec 11, 12
As will I. At the very least, I'll do my part to show that yes, JRPGs still have their appeal on consoles.
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Taake Dec 11, 12
quote Polarity
At the very least, I'll do my part to show that yes, JRPGs still have their appeal on consoles.
Given that it's being published by Namco, perhaps Tales Of Xillia will be released in English for English speaking countries if enough of us pick up Ni No Kuni.

So line up your wallets, guys. Hope you don't go crazy in the post-Christmas sales because this is looking to be one worth buying.
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Polarity Dec 11, 12
quote Rift
Given that it's being published by Namco, perhaps Tales Of Xillia will be released in English for English speaking countries if enough of us pick up Ni No Kuni.
I thought they had already considered doing it right now? The only release date is 2013 and even if Ni No Kuni sells like crack, that's still all we'll get. Now, if we send the message to other companies...
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Taake Dec 11, 12
quote Polarity
quote Rift
Given that it's being published by Namco, perhaps Tales Of Xillia will be released in English for English speaking countries if enough of us pick up Ni No Kuni.
I thought they had already considered doing it right now? The only release date is 2013 and even if Ni No Kuni sells like crack, that's still all we'll get.
Hmm, that's true. At the most, the release may be made more realistic. I'm willing to do my part to make that happen, because from what I've heard, it's very *bleep*ing good.
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Watain Dec 26, 12
it was a decent demo but I still can't really get into this system. the whole real time menu based system just doesn't register as good to me. it has to be one or the other, or it just feels awkward.
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