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New footage provides new insight into the Japanese studio

Publisher Namco Bandai has released a short documentary exploring the headquarters of studio Level-5 - the team responsible for Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch.... read more

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Ni no Kuni video visits Level-5 headquarters

Postby budge » 06 Dec 2012, 14:15

It's a shame that for all the care, love and detail gone into this game it will most probably hardly sell in the west.
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Re: Ni no Kuni video visits Level-5 headquarters

Postby stealth » 06 Dec 2012, 15:39

budge wrote:It's a shame that for all the care, love and detail gone into this game it will most probably hardly sell in the west.



Then its our problem, not theres. It will sell. The series itself has already gone past a million ( the ds and ps3 title)
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Postby budge » 06 Dec 2012, 17:41

That's what I mean, Stealthy boy. Most people prefer to shoot hoards of enemies monotonously in tired game sequels. A shame really.

Me personally, I'm going to love every fuckin' second of this game.
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Re: Ni no Kuni video visits Level-5 headquarters

Postby Simon Carlin » 06 Dec 2012, 17:44

I played the demo and didn't much care for it, which was a shame as I have been looking forward to the game for some time.

I will give it a few more goes and see how it fits on subsequent plays but really, I remember Eternal Sonata's demo getting so much right and selling the game to me.
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Postby dwhlufc » 06 Dec 2012, 18:27

I'm a noob to this genre but after the first screens I was sold on this and the demo convinced me to preorder.
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Re: Ni no Kuni video visits Level-5 headquarters

Postby stealth » 06 Dec 2012, 19:04

budge wrote:That's what I mean, Stealthy boy. Most people prefer to shoot hoards of enemies monotonously in tired game sequels. A shame really.

Me personally, I'm going to love every fuckin' second of this game.



Nobody is expecting this to be a 10 million seller.

Odds are between the ps3 and ds versions in japan alone. TLevel 5 has already made its profit. This is just extra profit
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