Ni No Kuni 2 Is Looking Like Fun

First, let’s start by stating that Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom, is looking to be much like its predecessor Ni No Kuni: Wrath of The White Witch. With that in mind gamers, it’s not a game that is meant to be taken to serious. It’s a fun RPG game, with a cartoonish feel to it, that is meant to allow gamers to have fun while simultaneously not stressing each and every fight that is occurring. So for those of you who will complain that the game is to childish, or to easy, well – to be fair that’s the point.

The story will centralize on Evan, a king who was thrown out by his own people. Amusingly enough, they didn’t toss him because they thought he was to spoiled, or rutheless, but rather cause he was to nice for the job – as he was crowned at a young age due to the death of his father.

Evan’s main help in this game will be our newest traveller from earth, Roland. He is a middle aged man who is somehow flung into Ni No Kuni, and transformed once more into a young man of his prime. His job, seemingly, is to make young Evan into a suitable leader for his peoplepsafpnudjmmcfsnapvpc

The combat of the game will occur in real time, and allow you to switch between your party members at will. This will be important because each character has their own unique set’s of strengths. Whether it’s a ranged fighter, or an upclose melee power house – determine your characters strength’s and choose accordingly.

Much like in the previous game, exploration will be done with an over head view of the party – all while free roaming the map. Apparently the world will be very similar to the previous game, as the story will be taking place in the same universe. That said – the locations themselves, while similar, will be different. Whether or not the difference will be explained in the game – i.e. maybe this game happened in the past, or years after the first game – will be seen.

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