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This week, I wanted to present to you my review of the awesome and gorgeous Ni No Kuni. This game released early in 2013 and was almost instantly branded as a classic.
Read the original review here: [PS3 JRPG Review] Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
Your quest in Ni No Kuni revolves around fixing people’s hearts, broken by the evil witch. There are also a ton of side-quests in which you must either kill enemies, alchemize items or recruit monsters in your party. Each monster in the game can be recruited to your team a-la-Pokémon. It took me around 45 hours to complete the game, and double that to Platinum it!
Ni No Kuni is a game that I remembers for its excellent soundtrack, gorgeous and huge world, and colorful characters. The only major issue I had with this game is how bad the allies’ AI were, and if you play this game, you’ll understand what I mean!
Even with the mentioned AI issue, I still definitively recommend this turn-based RPG to every RPG fan! As a side note, I suggested this game to at least four of my friends, and they all loved it.
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Welcome to Free Points Saturday!
For this week’s FPS, I’m asking you a question about our new feature.
XSEED games is back with a new SENRAN KAGURA elease, opting for something very different this time around from the hack-and-slash nature of this series. Are you ready for a tasty challenge?
Welcome to our second Review Revisited! For this one, I wanted to go away from the AAA release we showcased last time, focusing instead on a smaller but still rich release – Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death.
You can read the original review here – Fighting Fantasy: Talisman of Death
I can remember reading a lot of these “Choose your own adventure” books when I was just a kid, taking notes with pen and pencil about the routes I’d taken on each journey, calculating damage received or dealt, creating a storage section for the items I’d managed to secure each time I played… because these books where games where every choice you make could either lead you to riches or lead you to meet your maker. All of that was present in this digital port, so I hope that you give this game a chance.