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- All-Star Production - LEVEL-5's mastery of the RPG genre is combined with music composed by the renowned Joe Hisaishi and character designs by animation artist Yoshiyuki Momose
- Captivating Story - A charming and tragic tale unfolds as Evan, a boy prince learns how to become a leader and build a kingdom
- Role Playing Mastery - New and traditional RPG elements, hundreds of creatures to battle and a wealth of quests and secrets to uncover throughout the sweeping journey
- Another World - Stunning visuals recreate the world of Ni no Kuni and immerses players into an incredibly vibrant, animated land filled with a new cast of delightful characters to meet
- Dynamic Fights - Battle against fierce foes utilizing an exciting real-time battle system;Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) Content Description: Fantasy violence, mild blood
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Re-enter the animated world of Ni no Kuni in the latest role-playing masterpiece developed by LEVEL-5. Explore a beautifully crafted world and experience the gripping story in an all-new RPG adventure. LEVEL-5 reunites with Yoshiyuki Momose on character design and music composed by Joe Hisaishi in the production of the next Ni no Kuni tale.
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What if you didn't play the first game? Well NNK2 stands on its own and doesn't really have much of a connection with the exception of a bit of location lore. Gameplay wise, the game is fast, fluid and beautiful but it's pretty easy. There's no difficulty settings to select so you're not going to struggle much if you've played a few JRPGs. Storywise, NNK2 isn't the strongest. The game focuses more on you assisting with King Evan quest to build his kingdom than resolving any conflicts or hunting down a primary villian. Cutscenes are short and voiced acted scenes are few and far between. You'll do more battling than you will reading/listening. For the story that the game does have, it's a pretty standard story of a young boy wanting to bring people together and live happily ever after (literally).
One of the biggest parts of NNK2 is kingdom building. This is where things can drastically shift based on the player. Kingdom building is where you recruit your citizens, build different shops you can profit off and do some sidequests. This is a huge part of the game and partially optional. Do you need to fully max it out? No but there is a certain point you have to hit with your kingdom to continue the main story. So if you don't like the city management aspect of this game then that might be a bit of a problem.
All in all, it's an enjoyable JRPG if you want a somewhat relaxing time. The biggest complaint I have is that the text while running around is incredibly tiny and autoscrolls far too fast for most people to be able to read. And I do wish some more of the game was voice acted as I feel that some of the scenes lost their impact due to their silence.
Sometimes things feel too convinient, and fights are too easy (but I think I am overlevelled).
The new battle system is awesome. It’s real-time combat, and they just had an update that removed the pause time after a battle to “celebrate”/do a little cheer which was surprisingly annoying.
I really wanted to give this game 5 stars but because of how easy it is, I can’t. :( I didn’t grind THAT much yet I was 5-6 levels above the enemies in the area I was in. Then one of the first boss fights (not the very first) I got hit by like 4 attacks in a row and only lost 1/4 HP. I like a bit more challenge in games, and there’s no difficulty select.
PS- This game has been out for 2 weeks and already I can't trade it in towards God of War on Amazon.
I know that the game is quite easy, but I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the action-packed combat along with exploring the many lands and cities. The art style of Ni No Kuni II was breathtaking with its bright color scheme and vivid details from a Chinatown-type city to a very old city surrounded by water. Throughout the story you will also build your kingdom and research different topics which will help you with skirmishes or picking up certain resources. Another part of Ni No Kuni II that I really enjoyed was going through the Dreamer's Doors scattered across the map would challenge you to explore and fight higher level enemies. I thoroughly enjoyed this game and encourage anyone to check it out since it stands apart from most modern games.