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Level-5 and Studio Ghibli are at it again with the sequel to Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has alot of changes gameplay and graphics to prequel.  The plot of Ni no Kuni II revolves about a prince named Evan with wants  cats, mice, and humans to live in harmony then a coup to overthrown Evan commends and was banised. Now Evan meets up with Roland, Tani, and beings known as Higgledies (if you are a pure of heart you can see them) to go on a journey to fight monster and take back the kingdom which is stolen from him.  The gameplay which is follows there is a overword explore which Evan, Roland and Tani are chibified just like World of Final Fantasy.

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Once you choose a destination you will turn into a action-rpg format, on the screen you will see 3 lifebars Evan, Roland and Tani along with you mp and  Higgledies (which aid you in battle). You can switch between the characters and utilizes each skills,   You can use magic by holding L1 and R1 then pressing the direction button to execute.  That’s all for the gameplay but there are some features that are in the game.

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I am loving the  HD cel-shaded graphics and visual in the game, let’s hope the soundtrack is up to par. I downloaded the first Ni No Kuni game for PS3 but it took to much space and I was in rage. I saw a walkthrough on the game and I love it, if you are a fan of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli then are you in for a treat. I can’t wait for this game to coming out on PS4 and Steam. I hope they do a remastered version of the first game too. I will be streaming it on my YouTube or Twitch subscribe and follow it if you have not.

Source: Siliconera

 

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Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Gameplay and Coming to Steam

2 thoughts on “Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Gameplay and Coming to Steam

  1. Ah heck yes! I’ve been so excited for this game for a while and I appreciate the info you’ve shared on it. Thanks! I really liked the first Ni no Kuni on PS4. I thought it captured a lot of the magic of their films. Glad this one is coming.

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