Ni No Kuni Will Mend a Broken Heart - Gameplay Demo Gamescom
In this extended Ni No Kuni gameplay demo, we find out how Oliver can share a little enthusiasm to mend a broken heart.
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Haven't seen many over-worlds this gen, looks stunning. Never really liked these battle systems where you have to run around and everything happens at the same time, but whatev.
damn it looks like that obscene drippy creature can't die in this game, it's a bad as spongebob....... how 1 creature can ruin an entire game :(
To be honest it looks a bit too "kiddy" for me......but the game seems so great that it's impossible for me to miss it since i love jrpgs.
@lindallison yeah over worlds have been disappearing because of the time it takes to create an over world with this gen. tech and most likely it will disappear entirely next gen.
@MalakTawus the art style shouldn't detract you from playing a great game. also dragon quest VIII looked kinda kiddy too (and i mean looked kiddy) but it has a lot of depth. this game is made by the same team as dragon quest VIII first of all (and thats a great thing) and second studio ghibli. i personally would've got the game even if the ghibli name wasn't tied to the project but the name makes the appeal all the more epic. studio ghibli is know for quality so its the game is worth investing in.
@MalakTawus Thatt's Ghibli for you though, everyone remembers Mononoke, Spirited Away, and Nausicaa, but did you ever see Ponyo or Kiki's Delivery Service? They do a lot of really kiddy stuff. I heard Miyazaki actually almost didn't make Mononoke because he wanted to do a kid film about the life of a caterpillar instead.