I'm about 10 hours in so far and find it really hard to break out of. The world Level-Ghibli have created is right up there with the best JRPG's, everything feels just magical and authentic, pure and simple. Borderlands 2, Skyrim, Hitman...everything else has been swept aside now to focus on this masterpiece. I'd probably put it in my top 10 favourite games this gen. I'm really not surprised it sold out in two days. Everyone should play it.
PSN/GT/Steam: Ravendust Reviews are a metric of quality. Sales are a metric of popularity.
From: PHEEliNUX | Posted: 2/6/2013 10:50:51 AM | #003
"Everyone should play it" The audience for this game is small --- PSN:PHEEliNUX
Ni No Kuni is a niche game its catering to a very small audience it is not mainstream thank goodness, and its doing well, maybe this is a shock to developers produce games the way they are suppose to be done and the fans and money will come.
Stop trying to mimic COD or other games and make games just to make games, not for the money, idk if you are a company or a small developer the golden years showed that if games are good money will come instead of trying so hard. --- Ryoma / Sora / Naruto / Luffy / Ginta Young heroes between the ages of 12-17 make RPG and other video games better then older heroes 18-21 and over.
After 30 hours of gameplay, I can say Ni no Kuni is far overrated from what I've seen from critics reviews. It's just a good game, that deserves no more than a 8/10. Among the jrpg games I played on PS3, I personally think that Eternal Sonata and Final Fantasy XIII are better than Ni no Kuni, in many aspects. Only because it has towns, villages and a world map, it doesn't automatically mean it is a fantastic Jrpg, you know.