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#1 Dec 20 2012 at 10:08 PM Rating: Excellent
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I didn't want to necro an old thread, so I thought I'd drop an update on anyone interested in this PS3-only game. Personally, I'm not really into JRPG's but this game does look like fun for those of you who are.
http://www.ign.com/videos/2012/12/20/ni-no-kuni-wrath-of-the-witch-combat-system-video-preview
#2 Dec 20 2012 at 11:22 PM Rating: Good
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Preordered the special edition through the Namco shop.This is one of only a few games I'm super hyped for and it's finally coming out next month!
#3 Dec 21 2012 at 6:10 PM Rating: Good
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That does look fun!
#4 Dec 21 2012 at 10:09 PM Rating: Good
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Also if you care, Gamespot had a two hour livestream last week where they pretty much just sat, played the game, and talked about it. Link is here to watch if interested.

Edited, Dec 21st 2012 10:10pm by Paskil
#5 Dec 23 2012 at 8:18 AM Rating: Excellent
This looks like playing a Hayao Miyazaki movie as a video game. I'm down.
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#6 Dec 24 2012 at 2:52 PM Rating: Good
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There's a demo available on the PSN.
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Time to fire up my PS3 and try it out...
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#8 Dec 24 2012 at 3:02 PM Rating: Excellent
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You have to heal often? That sounds like a lot of work...
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You have to heal often? That sounds like a lot of work...


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#10 Dec 24 2012 at 8:46 PM Rating: Good
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Disappointed that the Demo is timed, rather than just a set limit to the missions. Running around exploring the area and noticed a little timer by the mini map. Smiley: frown

I do like the interaction the character has with the map. Running along and there's a log on the ground, he hops up onto it, then does a little tightrope/balancing act as he walks down it. Fought a big forest creature right off the bat, little living doll guy shows me the ropes. Shortly after, I run off down the path, and it branches. One direction is my destination, the other is something else. I take the other path, a few fights, treasure chests, etc. But run out of time before I can get back around to the actual destination path.

Monsters seem to respawn quickly. I killed a few of them, picked up a chest, turn around, and there they are hiding in the bushes again.

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#11 Dec 26 2012 at 1:52 PM Rating: Excellent
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I'm curious about the game, but wasn't overly impressed with the demo'd stuff they had available at E3. The premise hasn't grabbed me, and the environments seemed a little bare. Haven't checked back on it much since then, but I'm certainly eager to impressions of the new stuff.
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#12 Jan 09 2013 at 10:29 AM Rating: Excellent
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This may be the game that gets me to buy a ps3..... That and the backpay I am getting on my next cheque. It has monster battling and collecting!

Also, the people that work at gamestop are terrible at selling me things. I will probably buy my system elsewhere just to punish them for having such terrible taste. I was being a flaneur there yesterday, and the girl at the counter is watching the terrible trailer for what looks to be a terrible game, aliens or something or other with lots of machine guns (yuck) and was all positive about it... Then the trailer for this game comes up and the girl is like ugh...this game looks so stupid... And I was like... Huh, it's the most compelling reason why I would get a ps3....

And instead of using that comment to salvage anything at all from the conversation, she continued about why she thought this game would be bad. Anyway, I get that she probably makes minimum wage... And so has little incentive to care... And that of course people can have different tastes in games, but for a min wage job there are much worse places to work than a videogame store (it's cleanish, no toilets to clean ever)... And I feel like if you work in retail you shouldn't badmouth your product (unless say, it is something truly bad)... But this was the same girl who told me not to buy a wii, that they were garbage blah blah blah... Even though I told her I basically wanted it for playing at parties (mario cart!) and watching netflix...

I mean here I am in a store, that sells something I want, and the sales clerk is saying that the product is so bad I will sh-t myself. I mean really. So I bought my wii used, which was a good decision regardless, but honestly, I can't believe she even has a job there.

And... Sidetracked, but seriously.
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#13 Jan 09 2013 at 1:53 PM Rating: Excellent
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The local Gamestop here isn't like that. It has a few employees and their friends who hang around who are into JRPGs. I went in a month or so ago and bought Last Story and Xenoblade Chronicles for the Wii and the guys were pretty enthusiastic about how great the games were. I bought Golden Sun DS some time last year and the guy selling it was really interested in that game too.

Some could just be an act, part of being a good salesman, but they seemed pretty knowledgeable (fan type of knowledge, that is) about the games in question and at least they were not berating the games you were after right in front of you, a potential customer.
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#14 Jan 10 2013 at 5:57 PM Rating: Good
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Man, you could get a copy of Xenoblade Chronicles? Theyv'e been sold out forever here. Sadface. It was actually one of the reasons I grabbed a wii but I haven't been able to bring myself to buying it for around $100 on ebay yet.
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#15 Jan 15 2013 at 10:21 PM Rating: Excellent
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IGN has their review up now. They really like it. Comes out next week.
http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/01/15/ni-no-kuni-wrath-of-the-white-witch-review
#16 Jan 15 2013 at 11:54 PM Rating: Good
Gushing review aye? Still I think it will be the first Ps3 game I have bought in a while. :) Looking forward to it.
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#17 Jan 20 2013 at 7:04 AM Rating: Good
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Man, you could get a copy of Xenoblade Chronicles? Theyv'e been sold out forever here. Sadface. It was actually one of the reasons I grabbed a wii but I haven't been able to bring myself to buying it for around $100 on ebay yet.


Apparently Gamestop still gets fresh stock in occasionally. But it's kind of random. Keep an eye out, and put the word in at your local Gamestop. It sounds like people camp out their local Gamestop just to buy it and resell it for +50$ on Ebay.

I went and preordered Ni No Kuni yesterday, and will be playing it on Thursday after work. The heart system reminds me of Avalon Code's code system. I only played about 10-15 minutes of Avalon Code. I hope it ends up being used well. Like not just for story progression but for unrelated side quest stuff or even just for fun. (Make a random grumpy old man have the energy of a little kid he was complaining about just for laughs or something?)

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#18 Jan 22 2013 at 8:20 PM Rating: Decent
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Digital River successfully charged my card $111.86 for the Wizard's Edition earlier today from my 7/1/2012 preorder. I'm super glad since I have heard many bad stories about their service. Now I just have to wait for it to arrive in the mail. So tempted to go out and buy a copy of the standard edition, but still playing Borderlands 2.

Really, really,really,really excited for this. Most anticipated game this year. It even slightly edges GTAV, which is a **** huge accomplishment in my book (not counting Watch_Dogs).
#19 Jan 22 2013 at 10:34 PM Rating: Good
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I got an email from Amazon saying my copy shipped today and should arrive tomorrow.

I love free Amazon Prime (linked by a family member) which gives me free 2 day shipping.
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#20 Jan 23 2013 at 8:00 AM Rating: Decent
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TirithRR wrote:
I got an email from Amazon saying my copy shipped today and should arrive tomorrow.

I love free Amazon Prime (linked by a family member) which gives me free 2 day shipping.


If you have a student email (secondary school), you can get six free months of Prime. You don't get access to the instant video during the trial. I ordered so many things with free two day shipping over that six month period, I wasn't even mad when it autobilled me for a year renewal. Now I get instant video too. One of my favorite premium services. Release date shipping is sweet too.
#21 Jan 23 2013 at 10:20 AM Rating: Excellent
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Rev3games has their review of the game up. That is one **** looking game.
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#22 Jan 23 2013 at 10:29 AM Rating: Good
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Downloading the demo now... hopefully it'll put some of my concerns about the game at ease.
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#23 Jan 23 2013 at 12:43 PM Rating: Good
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I'm 5 hours in, this game is fantastic. Probably the best looking game I've ever played.
#24 Jan 23 2013 at 12:45 PM Rating: Good
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I'm getting a little frustrated at how slow movement feels on the overworld map.
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I'm only a few hours in but I'm enjoying the **** out of it so far.
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I'm getting a little frustrated at how slow movement feels on the overworld map.


You can upgrade your running speed with the reward card system. I didn't get it yet so I'm not sure how much of a difference it makes.
#27 Jan 23 2013 at 9:13 PM Rating: Good
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I feel bad because I died...

Not fair when you only have 20something HP and the Avian type enemies cast a wind spell that hits you for like 17 damage. By the time I switched back to Oliver to try and heal the other monsters had reached melee range and popped of enough hits to finish me off.

Wasn't prepared for that.
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#28 Jan 24 2013 at 1:25 AM Rating: Good
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Yeah the game has a slight learning curve so far learning to cancel attacking and switch it defending quick while enemies cast spells etc. I feel the "wheel" menu in combat would be a tad better if it was a bit more "FF" menu where you can see all the options but I may need time to get used to it. Otherwise Im liking it, only about 4 hours in so far.
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#29 Jan 24 2013 at 6:22 AM Rating: Good
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I wouldn't really call it a learning curve. More like a sucker punch.

Fight a Baatender, take 0-5 damage in the fight.
Fight another one, take another 0-5 damage in the fight. Heal up with a health orb after battle.
Ok, seems pretty easy so far. Makes sense, first few battles, level 0-1 enemies.

Fight a Major Byrde, it casts a wind spell at the very beginning of battle and hits you for 17 damage.
Ok, those hurt, gotta make sure I'm ready for those creatures.

Later:
Fight a Teeny Bopper, it's about as strong as a Baatender.
Fight another one, it's just two Teeny Boppers, not bad.
Find another Teeny Bopper and it has a little round guy in it's group that casts the same wind spell as the Major Byrde.
Dead.

I played through the Demo, which had two little bits. And the first one was this first quest in the Deep Dark Woods. So I thought I knew what to expect. But I'm pretty sure I never had any of the enemies cast a wind spell on me that hit that hard.

I'm just saying that it seems that enemy magic is a bit overpowered for these early enemies. I tried once to dodge the magic attack but that ended up being a pointless endeavor. And if they are going to cast it that fight it almost always seems to be at the beginning of the battle before you even select your first command. (For me they seemed to cast it about 75% of the time, the other 25% they just ran up to you and started pecking).
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#30 Jan 24 2013 at 6:40 AM Rating: Good
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Huh I didnt have any issues with them at all, not even sure if i saw that wind spell. Also why is your Hp so low I think at lvl 1/2 I had like 30-45 hp? Idk Maybe its just RNG gods hating on you. The Boss in the woods explains the defending when you see a creature start to cast something. Which gets you a Nice (Orbs) Your using the first familiar im guessing? IDK, Ive died alot more then Im used to in a JRPG but Im getting used to how the game works too, but honestly it doesnt do much hand holding. Just gives you the abilities then says good luck.

I watched a couple reviews, Gametrailers said its pretty difficult with spikes going into each new area(and a big one at 2/3 complete) and Rev3 on youtube said it was only hard in the beginning. I don't feel yet I've died any cheap deaths, but some of the side missions seem alil unfair (3v1) but I was able to get passed them.

Also you can't usually dodge casted abilities, Ive seen one thats a short distance AOE but a vast majority seem like single target direct casts, you need to defend against them not dodge. Also I do feel the first 5 ish lvls are a bit harder due to low MP and the abilities are a bit costly.

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#31 Jan 24 2013 at 8:16 AM Rating: Good
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I'm not saying the 17 damage one shots me. But it does take a sizable chunk out of my HP. I think I was around 30 or so? And after taking 4-5 damage over a couple fights, an unexpected 17 damage fast cast spell at the beginning of battle as your character is running towards the enemy after you already told him to attack leads to your death very quickly. I fought four Major Byrdes on the world map (before getting my Familiar or any spells) and 3 of them cast the wind spell as their very first move. Oddly enough that wasn't what killed me. After getting my familiar it was the little caster in a group Teeny Boppers that cut my HP down to about 10-12 and then the melees smacked me up as I switched over to Oliver to try to cast a Heal.

I'm still enjoying the game. I'm just saying that's not really a learning curve. It's not that I had to learn I couldn't just mindlessly grind out early monsters. It's that suddenly there is a spell that can easily take away 40-50% of your HP (and it comes from a "garbage" mob) when everything else around you does 5-10%. I'm sure this is a minor gripe that is alleviated by a couple level of character improvement. At least it did seem that they only cast it once per battle, and always at the start. Even the one that didn't cast it at the start did not cast it later.
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I don't think it's so much a learning curve issue as it is a caution one. I don't know about anyone else, but it's been a while since I've played any RPG where I had to be especially cautious with overworld trash, and here if you're not paying attention you'll get trounced.
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Some of the dialog is just... out there. First town there is a little girl standing, facing a tree, who says "Ya, Pee-Pee Time!"

They did a good job with the localization though, Only played about 5 hours but there seems to be a lot of simple jokes and plays on words that make perfect sense in English.
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Some of the dialog is just... out there. First town there is a little girl standing, facing a tree, who says "Ya, Pee-Pee Time!"

That wasn't that weird. If you talked to her outside of town beforehand during the brokenhearted guard bit she was complaining about how badly she needed to go.
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Some of the dialog is just... out there. First town there is a little girl standing, facing a tree, who says "Ya, Pee-Pee Time!"

That wasn't that weird. If you talked to her outside of town beforehand during the brokenhearted guard bit she was complaining about how badly she needed to go.


Well good thing she found that tree, huh? Still a bit weird given where she is.

The other night when I first started playing the game my Dad came over with a HDD for me to backup for him. It only only about 7GB of data but it took a while, so he was sitting out in the livingroom for an hour or so watching me play.

His first comments were "So is this a movie or a game?" and then he said "That kid looks familiar." I explained to him that it was animated by Studio Ghibli, but the only film of theirs he ever saw was at my house when I was watching Howl's Moving Castle. But the kid does resemble the little apprentice boy who lives with Howl. Mostly due to the animation similarities. It was just weird that he remembered that ONE thing, because he cannot remember anything dealing with movies. When I told him where he likely remembered the kid from he didn't even believe he had seen that movie before and I had to fire it up on the DVR (still had it saved) and show him in order for him to believe that he had watched it.

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I checked my email last night and saw a Promo Code from Amazon for my Ni No Kuni preorder. A "Griffy" Familiar. So now I have a familiar ticket in my inventory. Guess I just have to progress until I can use it.

Oh, and like I thought, a level or two of character improvement and spells go from dangerous to mosquito bites (Malaria free ones, of course).
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Been on the fence about getting this. It looks good and I want to play it so bad but I can't really afford it right now and I don't have time for it.

I think it'll have to wait until I graduate, in the summer. Smiley: frown
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About 18 hours played so far. Not exactly 18 hours in though, since I took some time to go back and collect colored chests as I unlocked opening methods and then tried collecting one of every monster in previous areas. Currently have just got the boat and made it to Hamelin. One thing I've noticed so far, is this is one of those games where small stat changes can make a BIG difference. Met Al-Khemie, and got my **** handed to me. Reloaded and did a couple quests I had waiting, gained 1-2 levels, fought Al-Khemie again and it was the other way around.

BTW. Swaine... a 40something year old creepy man who can't grow a full beard, running around with two little kids. I wonder if Esther's father would approve of him hanging out with his daughter.

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Well your farther then me but i got sidetracked by DmC had to complete that on Normal mode, I knew it was a shorter game so popped it out of the way. I'm not to far in I just completed the puzzles for the Sage trial stuff, need to fight the boss. So yeah not to far in. I'll probably start getting more into it tonight tomorrow, since I cleared the other games off my plate. I swear I'm going to get rid of some of my backlog if games one of these days.

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I just completed the puzzles for the Sage trial stuff, need to fight the boss. So yeah not to far in.


Friendship Trial was a pain in the ass. Especially when it decided to swap left/right.
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Ha ha, yeah. The Friendship Trial was the most annoying mini-game I've seen in a long time.
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I haven't moved anywhere in the game for the past two days. I think I'll have to wait until the weekend and play all day again. Too many things going on during the week to sit down and play for any extended period of time which makes me sad cause I want to get back in and finish the current quest I'm on.
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Loving this game so far. I just finished Hamelin in the past and am about to go back to the present. I ordered the Wizard's Edition and it took Digital River until pretty much the end of the day after release to ship. I didn't experience any issues (probs cause I preordered in 07/2012), but my copy still didn't arrive until last Friday. The Wizard's Companion hard cover they made for the SE is awesome and is a complete replica of the ingame book. Also, STUFFED DRIPPY!!1

Combat to me is most similar to a mix between Pokemon and Star Ocean 2. I found myself surprised to be employing kiting methods on some bosses since that isn't something I recall doing outside of MMO's. Once strong enough, it is certainly easy enough to HULK SMASH everything, but you really do have to may attention and defend, even on garbage mobs. A button masher, this is not.

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Once strong enough, it is certainly easy enough to HULK SMASH everything, but you really do have to may attention and defend, even on garbage mobs. A button masher, this is not.


Unless you got the Griffy Preorder bonus... seriously that guy is over powered. Right now he has about twice the Attack and Defense as any other familiar on my team. A "Psych Up" and "Go Wild" and he does about 3-4x the damage of my other attackers.

Compared to the problems I faced with garbage mobs when I was level 1-10 or so, now I'm around level 35 (player level) and pretty much stomp everything, even without using Griffy. And even Bosses are falling quickly. I beat on them and they are at 50% hp then Drippy pops in and says "Here's the secret to beating this guy!" and I don't even have to worry about it because the boss is dead in another minute.
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I just beat the game like ten minutes ago, and I've got to say it is a ridiculously downer game. Good game, but damn.

Dinoceros are awesome. I've got two just in case one isn't enough to end the fight for some reason, which is rare. Perdida is awesome to level grind. I went from like 40 to 70 in an hour and leveled a whole new team. Just cast Veil and target the Tokotokos (green blobs carrying staves) and kill them quickly and boom, 9k exp. Even caught one, but **** does it take a lot of exp to level and not entirely sure why I'd want to. But new game plus is active, not sure if I want to but it's available.
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Heh

http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/zero-punctuation/6830-Ni-No-Kuni-Wrath-Of-The-White-Witch
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