Game with Studio Ghibli artwork, enough for 5 stars but this game gave more
8 November 2014
Summary: Amazing game. From art style to game play, this game is beautiful. I bought the game because I'm a fan of RPG's and Studio Ghibli.So when I heard of Ni No Kuni, I was super excited and hoping the creators didn't ruin their shot at this perfect combination. The very second I started playing, my skepticism withered away. The story instantly pulled me into the game's world. Especially since it was being told with Studio Ghibli's amazing artwork.
Like playing pokemon, but with a very active battle system and great story
3 November 2014
Summary: This is a great game for kids of all ages. It has a great story and amazing battle system. Very easy to learn and use. Finding all the familiars, training, and evolving them to their maximum potential will leave you with hundreds of hours of gameplay. They learn new abilities as they progress and their abilities are based on how you evolve them.
Summary: This game is amazing, endearing, entrancing, and tragically frustrating. You've read the other reviews, and you know what everyone has said. The graphics are charming, your team's AI is absolute trash, there's a ton of grinding, a lot of the sub quests are TEDIOUSLY repetitive, the story is great, and the experience of playing it will stay with you always. Everyone has already said that, and what they've said is correct. This is a great game. You *SHOULD* play this game.
Summary: The product imagen doesn't correspond to the product version, neither the product description specifies the actual version they're selling. This is the very ugly red label version (Greatest Hits).