Ni No Kuni:...


#1

…Wrath of the White Bitch…

I swear I wasn’t referring to Cammy when I thought of this.

Anyway, I went to a few different stores to track down a copy yesterday. I’ve waited the past week cautiously, biding my time in anticipation of. I’m only a couple hours in, if that but let this be a gateway to discuss all that is Nino Kuchi (lol!) as I’ve been aptly naming it as of late. GO.


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#2

Fuck Digital River.


#3

Open to all ideas. Any reason why though?


#4

I want to play already, but my wizard’s edition hasn’t even shipped :frowning:


#5

None of the Wizard’s Editions have shipped yet. A lot of people had their orders canceled as well… even those who pre-ordered like a year ago. Mine is still stuck in order processing.

Contemplating if I want to go out and grab a regular copy in the mean time and just sell it when mine finally arrives…

Would also like my 1-day shipping refunded as well. POS company.


#6

lol preordering. I just walked into a store and grabbed a regular copy.
Its ok. Looks nice…but fairly cliched so far.
I mean its good…for a JRPG.


#7

Yo, that’s crazy! I heard about the Wizard’s Edition but I was so tired of being shot down by every Gamestop around here that I settled for a regular copy. I hope that there’s decent DLC for this game in the future.


#8

lol@you don’t know the collector’s edition was club namco exclusive.

Anyways, bought a regular copy. Not gonna wait for that bs. Might just sell my WE disc and keep the extra content.


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#9

Got the email from Namco, and my Wizard’s Edition will be here tomorrow! So stoked! Was tempted to just buy a regular copy this morning, but glad I waited.


#10

Level-5 makes me want to buy this game. Dragon Quest VIII is still one of my favorite JRPGs and I credit Level-5 with that. They did an amazing job on that and it looks like they did an amazing job on this game.


#11

Game is a lot better than I’d imagine, honestly. I’ve been at a stand still with finding a new game worth playing through completely and I’m sure I found it.


#12

This game is fantastic and easily front runner for best rpg of this generation.

Got both wizards and standard ed.
The only have I have ever done this for.

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#13

Tidy!


#14

I’ve been on an rpg kick recently. Playing through older games like xenosaga and final fantasies. Middle of Lufia series right now. should I drop my nostolgia and dive in to this?


#15

Should I buy this game?

I’ve recently become interested after hearing the dude who made my favorite movie ever (Spirited Away) made this game.


#16

The game is extremely solid so far in my eyes. The presentation is wonderful and a real treat, keeping things pretty fresh. I’m a bit of an audiophile, and being sensitive/picky to sound…I’m having a good time with the sound up high which is saying a lot for myself. The game is as in-depth AND then some as I had hoped for. The battles are refreshing and the first boss battle was pretty dope (using ‘defend’ appropriately is key). I can’t type anymore…I have to go play. Go get this experience.


#17

I was just breaking into the better part of FFT 1.3 and end of disc 2 FFVIII and stopped altogether in favor of this. Highly recommended.


#18

Ughhhhhh so many good gaaaames…

How much is it now?


#19

On a sliding scale with one side being Chrono Cross and the other side being Final Fantasy 6, where does this game fall?


#20

Likewise. I’ve always had an affinity for SG’s productions since Princess Mononoke and the game doesn’t disappoint. You can’t play something like this on a standard definition television. A good portion of the rendered cutscenes are of movie like quality. It has quirky and interesting moments of feeling like a game inside of an ongoing movie.