Ni No Kuni... I spend very little time gaming anymore (hate when life gets in the way) but the game sucked me in and I couldn't help but be charmed by the game. Which is surprising because it deals with some heavy topics.
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I kind of hope that it does so that it would stay true to the previous games much like what RockStar did with GTA.
I also kind of hope it has cheat codes too. A lot of people like to flame people who use cheats around here, but I find it fun to just mess around in the game from time to time.
Are there any legit online job opportunities?
It depends on what you are looking to do. There are journalist positions for blogs and news websites that do not require people to be near a central office. There are also some programing jobs that'll allow you to work from home. But most of those online oppurtunities you read about are scams. What are your qualifications?
I know some people really like level editors but I've never found them fun to play around with. Also with the amount of crud that it produces I can see why they didn't want to be bothered curating a user created level system. Don't get me wrong I'm sure there would have been some great ones, but as a whole I've found the ratio of bad to good to be terrible with games that allow users to create levels.
You just need to find different games. But it also may never come back fully. I game maybe once a month now and its almost only games that I really am excited about, not just games everyone else says are great.
Is there anywhere more info about this game?Vitex2003
Ign and gamerevolution both have reviews up for this game. It is turned based (except for combat which is a slightly different timed phase system.) Gamespot is pretty sparse with info on this game, but everywhere seems to suggest its good. I wish I had more time to try it out.
I haven't played any of the 3 but I always meant to, so this is absolutely perfect for me. I'm excited with or without the extra content.