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Tales of Xillia or Ni no Kuni?

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3 years ago#41
Xillia already played and quit, the worst tales game ever.
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3 years ago#42
Ni No Kuni. Maybe Xillia if YouTube hadn't spoiled the freaking final boss for me
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3 years ago#43
Xillia for sure.

Ni No Kuni is a game for 8 year old kids and a bunch of nostalgia geeks.
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3 years ago#44
ni no kuni is terrible, bad graphics, uninteresting characters with terrible design, horrible combat, and the only reason why the game is hyped is because of the maker.
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3 years ago#45
Come to me Xillia!
3 years ago#46
Both, day one.

If I had to choose it would be Ni no Kuni, but that's solely because I already own the Japanese version of Xillia. If I didn't I probably would choose Xillia though.
3 years ago#47
Day one Xillia!
3 years ago#48
Xillia!
3 years ago#49
mgs4fan540 posted...
ni no kuni is terrible, bad graphics, uninteresting characters with terrible design, horrible combat, and the only reason why the game is hyped is because of the maker.


nope the reason it's hyped it's because it's the opposite of what you said
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3 years ago#50
I suppose Ni No Kuni since it felt a little fresh at least. I'm not a big fan of action Rpgs in general though.
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