Hey! There’s a big-ish game based off an anime property or inspired by an anime property! Regardless, it sounds like a high quality JRPG.
@roscada says: Thinking I may have to buy a copy of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, despite not having a PS3.
I say: Now that’s a seal of approval! If you can’t actually play a game but you think it’s good anyway…man, that’s dedication. Or it’s silly. I didn’t buy a Game Gear to play Super Mario Land, after all. Although it would’ve looked a lot better.
@WildCardCorsair says: So as a full on tease Target stores here have Ni No Kuni: Wrath ofthe White Witch in display cases but won’t sell it until tomorrow :/
I say: Target’s like a topless club: you get most of the good bits, but the rest are restricted. Sad face.
@Sparky916 says: Everybody selling the “Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch” Wizard’s Edition on eBay is ridiculous. +100% profit ain’t happening.
I say: And yet, here I am sitting on a Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card that was supposed to see me through college.
@BlackSymbiote says: Wow, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch looks gorgeous! I want to play it, but I’m held back by a fear endless of JRPGs.
I say: No offense, man, but you should get over that. Endless JRPGs are all about time management: you can do other things while you play them. How do you think anyone got through Final Fantasy XIII?
@JimSterling says: Over 35 hours into Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and theWhite Witch has done some wrath for the first time!
I say: Patience, sir. Wrath is something you have to build up to–like being “it” in a game of 7up or playing the bank in Monopoly.