[Review Revisited] Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
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. Since then, I’ve purchased the second game Ni No Kuni II, but haven’t had the time to start it yet!
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.