Overall experience Ni No Kuni for me and I even played xeno on PC so it even had that extra wow factor (before people call me pirate I imported the europe version to support monolith).
Xenoblade definitely had the early wow factor but about half way is started to drag on. Especially forcing love triangles on certain characters and all the jazz in the last part of the game was very disappointing compared to other twists and plots of other monolith games. I also hated how easy the game got when doing side missions but there is a lot of backstory info in said missions. I guess I'm more critical because I know they can do better in story and characters and music (despite having 3 epic composers they really slacked off in this game compared to even other games they did gen7). As for the gameplay it's nice but it's missing some key features and not as addicting as say WKC or other games with similar fighting systems. --- http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u222/xechs/1198847692478tg1.gif http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u222/xechs/rankastar.gif Ranka-Macross Frontier
Hmm, I'd say they're both good in their own ways. Xenoblade has a huge world with lots to do and explore, Ni No Kuni embraces what made JRPG's good back in the 90's and delivers a near cartoon like experience. They're near opposites as far as JRPG's go, both amazing in their own rights. --- backloggery: http://backloggery.com/kdog254 twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/kdognumba1 3DS: 1676-3698-5986 PSN: jotaroxtreme NID/XBL: kdog254 Steam: kdognumba1
something tells me if ni no kuni was the nintendo exclusive it would be better the xenoblade
Let's have a "Ni No Kuni vs The Last Story" poll and see how well that theory holds up. --- E means "Everyone", not "Eleven and under". Agrees: 54 I believe in Jesus Christ as my Savior, and am proud of it.