Ni No Kuni 2 Revenant Kingdom (PS4)

CAS FAN

Distinguished Member
The original was a great game!
 

Darth_terra

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No Mr Drippy in the trailer sadly although i hear he is in the game
 

TheRobotman

Distinguished Member
The first one was a gem of a game, I'll be buying this.
 

CAS FAN

Distinguished Member
Agree, Be one game i'll buy on a remake. Never finished it. :(
Must admit, I never finished it either. Great game though, loved the Welsh dude (Mr Drippy) in it!
 

zt1903

Distinguished Member
I must be in a minority that didn't like the first game, didn't get too far into it before it was already becoming very grindy.
 

Robothamster

Distinguished Member
Ni No Kuni was one PS3 game I kept meaning to play but never got around to it unfortunately, hope they remaster that before the sequel comes out.
 

Cha1ky

Distinguished Member
I started it but didn't get too far into it at all. Due to the cartoon style nature of the game I'm nonsurgical much work would need putting into the definitive super hd cash in re release. That being said was this only ever available on PS3?
 

stevenM

Banned
I started it but didn't get too far into it at all. Due to the cartoon style nature of the game I'm nonsurgical much work would need putting into the definitive super hd cash in re release. That being said was this only ever available on PS3?


It was also on the DS, but sure if it ever made it to Europe though
 

zt1903

Distinguished Member
So started the original again last night to see if I missed anything the first time round, and maybe I did.

Got further than I did first time and have now played through to the boss fight with the Gladiataur and am on my way to Al Mamoon. Think I got frustrated by the save system first time round, not realising that you could save whenever you want in certain parts of the map but only at the waystones on others. I think I lost a chunk of progress then quit.
 

Sephiro

Active Member
I really enjoyed the first game so I'm looking forward to the sequel - although I'm starting to feel like I need a lottery win so I can chuck my job and get to work on my growing PS4/PC games backlog especially when RPGs like this will easily soak up 50+ hours each :laugh:

Speaking of JRPGs that deserve a sequel Valkyrie Profile really needs a third instalment.
 

prezzy

Well-known Member
loved the first game, think I pretty much 100% it, needed to go collect kills on certain enemies for the plat which I left - great game looking forward to #2
 

Robothamster

Distinguished Member
Looking so purty

 

FadgewackeR

Distinguished Member
Caught a bit of this on the pre-show. Looked superb. Can't wait to play it.

Just need to pick up a copy of the first and give the kitchen PS3 a whirl!
 

TheRobotman

Distinguished Member
Still buying it, although November is getting a bit busy. Could be an early next year bargain.
 

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