DifferentClass wrote:Now, I'm not the biggest Ghibli expert... there are still a couple of key films I have not seen, but judging from what I've seen this isn't a very Ghibli-esque game.
You can't judge the game entirely from a demo I know, especially an RPG which relies on context more than any other game, and you can't incorporate all that in a demo. But still acknowledging all that, something bothered me: a forest guardian was a boss... that you fight with no real reason other that it's in your way... that is so not Ghibli... that bothered me a lot.
The game looks a lot like a Ghibli production, but it doesn't feel like one. It's like they provided the art and left Level 5 to their own devices story-wise, which is fine as they can be good too, but I can't help but feel this game may be a missed opportunity now. I'll probably still get it, but I will with some apprehension and lowered standards.
Grave of the Fireflies
Snaggletooth wrote:That being said I have been trying to distance myself from any videos or reviews, I want it all to be fresh when I play it.
IGN wrote:Namco Bandai has announced the release of Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch in Europe and Australia has been pushed back a week to February 1.
The company took to Twitter to explain that the delay was due to "logistics", but reassured customers that they would receive compensation in the form of a free DLC companion.
The Draggle familiar will be available to download from launch day for anyone who purchases the game in either territory.
The JRPG was originally planned to release on January 25, and is a collaboration between veteran RPG-makers Level-5 and legendary animation company Studio Ghibli.
sleepery jeem wrote:This might explain why PLAY had no listing for the wizard edition,had moved my preorder to GAME anyway after PLAYs lack luster response to my email.
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