In Ni no Kuni II there are well over 100 sidequests you can undertake. They’re mostly a collection of sugary mini-stories that helps bring you into its good-natured, colorful, storybook JRPG world. It took a special kind of bastard to undermine the game’s overwhelming positivity. I found him in Hydropolis.
We don’t get to run too many Japanese games on Fine Art, so it’s a pleasure tonight to be able to feature some of the work that went into Ni no Kuni 2.
Ni no Kuni II is out today, and it’s easy enough that you probably won’t need much strategy to get through the story. But it’s also got some unique systems, including an elaborate kingdom-building feature that can be a little overwhelming. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of the whole game.
If you have spent the past decade wishing there was more Suikoden in your life, then oh boy do I have some news for you: Ni no Kuni II is as close as we’ve gotten since 2006, thanks to an elegant kingdom-building system that’s a lot of fun to use.
Ni no Kuni 2 was supposed to be out this month but was delayed two months. While you wait, check out this 25-minute gameplay demo video.
Here’s a two-month delay for Ni no Kuni 2, which will now be out on March 23, 2018. The sequel to Bandai Namco’s cartoony role-playing game was previously scheduled for fall 2017, and then for January 2018.
Yesterday in New York City, I had a chance to sit down with an early build of the beautiful upcoming role-playing game Ni no Kuni II. It is much, much different than its predecessor.
One of the biggest selling points of the first Ni No Kuni was the involvement of Studio Ghibli. For the sequel, however, the famed anime studio’s name is nowhere to be found.
It is with great sadness that I report that I have delayed yet another game: Ni no Kuni II is now coming out in January. The role-playing game, a PS4 and PC sequel to the 2013 PS3 game Ni no Kuni, was previously scheduled for November.
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom will be out on November 10, 2017. It’s coming to PS4 and PC, unlike the first game, which was a PS3 exclusive. Hopefully combat involves less cat-herding this time around.
Announced last year at PSX, here it is again: Ni no Kuni II, one of the most gorgeous video games we’ve ever seen.
Today at the PlayStation Experience, developer Level-5 announced Ni no Kuni II, a sequel to the lovely cartoon role-playing game they developed in coordination with the talented animators at Studio Ghibli.