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Test Ni No Kuni Ii: Retenant Kingdom, When the Ghibli Tribute Goes Beyond the Borders.

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From GomeWars – March 24, 2018 at 1:08 in Video Games

This Friday, March 23rd, Ni No Kuni II is released: Returning Kingdom. Following both direct and more or less distant from the first installment released in 2013 on PS3 in the West. Not to hide anything from you, I didn’t play Ni No Kuni and I’m not necessarily a big fan of JRPG. Nevertheless, every game deserves its chance and for Ni No Kuni II: Returning Kingdom, more like two…

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Positive and negative points

  • A universe still as Ghibli
  • Visually impeccable.
  • Interesting plot…
  • The management of the Kingdom
  • Dynamic fighting…
  • …sometimes far-fetched
  • Phases in isometric view
  • …without any real difficulties

Presentation Ni No Kuni II : Revenant Kingdom


After winning with Ni No Kuni, Level-5 is back this year with Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. Prince Evan, now king, will have to run a kingdom there, surprising the retinas of his detractors. The studio separates from the Ghibli studio, but keeps the presence of its flagship composer, Joe Hisaishi (Le Voyage de Chihiro, Princesse Mononoké). 

A meteoric but unwanted ascent

Evan’s success in being crowned king was due to the tragic but premeditated death of his father. The mice are happy to orchestrate a coup and take control of the kingdom of Carabas. On the run, the young sovereign will be able to count on the support of Roland, a stranger he can trust. This JRPG with the airs of Ghibli is eagerly awaited by fans of the genre. And for good reason, the first part had been able to tape the retinas of the amateurs of Ni No Kuni

In its RPG concepts, Ni No Kuni II lets players take control of a team of 3 players, equipped from head to toe according to the players’ wishes. Techniques and magic are part of the game, making the many fights dynamic. Of course, the title is sure to enchant the players …

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After having seduced with Ni No Kuni, Level-5 is back this year with Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. Prince Evan, now king, will have to run a kingdom there, surprising the retinas of his detractors. The studio separates from the Ghibli studio, but keeps the presence of its flagship composer, Joe Hisaishi (Le Voyage de Chihiro, Princesse Mononoké). 

A meteoric but unwanted ascent

Evan’s success in being crowned king was due to the tragic but premeditated death of his father. The mice are happy to orchestrate a coup and take control of the kingdom of Carabas. On the run, the young sovereign will be able to count on the support of Roland, a stranger he can trust. This JRPG with the airs of Ghibli is eagerly awaited by fans of the genre. And for good reason, the first part had been able to tape the retinas of the amateurs of Ni No Kuni

In its RPG concepts, Ni No Kuni II lets players take control of a team of 3 players, equipped from head to toe according to the players’ wishes. Techniques and magic are part of the game, making the many fights dynamic. Of course, the title intends to enchant players with its strong visual identity and above all, its world made in Ghibli. A story that promises to be exciting for graphics worthy of a Miyazaki? A dish of choice for those who appreciate the works of the master of the art that is anime. 

Ni Kuni II No: Revenant Kingdom is released on PC and PS4 on Friday 23 March.

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Publisher : Namco Bandai

It’s like: JRPG

Available on : PS4, PC

Developer : Level-5

Comments (3)

Test Ni No Kuni Ii: Retenant Kingdom, When the Ghibli Tribute Goes Beyond the Borders.

For having played it all weekend, I agree with these points, especially on the difficulty of the game (well, I may only be at the beginning, but I easily defeat enemies with 5-10 levels more than me).

The management of the kingdom is superbly integrated into the plot and the gameplay. It’s not just another system. Sometimes you have to recruit to move forward in the main plot, come back to the castle to discuss what to do next, etc. History doesn’t throw us one by the way, you can handle your own town, but you don’t get any bonuses. Because in some of the constructed buildings, it is possible to do research that can bring bonuses or bring new items to the shops in the town!

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Test Ni No Kuni Ii: Retenant Kingdom, When the Ghibli Tribute Goes Beyond the Borders.

Test Ni No Kuni Ii: Retenant Kingdom, When the Ghibli Tribute Goes Beyond the Borders.

By Aonnora
Test Ni No Kuni Ii: Retenant Kingdom, When the Ghibli Tribute Goes Beyond the Borders.
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It’s great but it’s true that it’s a pity for the difficulty: I literally kill the bosses of the main frame in 1 minute without having farm :/

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