PC - Windows
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom
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About this game
Content Rating: Teen
Welcome to the beautiful world of Ni no Kuni! After being overthrown in a coup, the young king Evan sets out on an extraordinary quest to found a new kingdom, unite his world and protect its inhabitants from the dark forces that threaten them. Join him on an unforgettable adventure which blurs the line between animated feature film and video game. Developed by LEVEL-5, Ni no Kuni II features enchanting character designs from the legendary artist Yoshiyuki Momose and a stirring soundtrack composed by the world-famous Joe Hisaishi.
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- OS: Windows 7 SP1 64bit, Windows 8.1 64bit Windows 10 64bit
- Processor: Intel Core i5-4460 / AMD FX-6300
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti / AMD Radeon R7 260x (VRAM2GB or higher / VRAM2GB以上)
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 40 GB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX 11 sound device
- Additional Notes: Assuming that the game is running on 1280x720 30fps environment / 画面解像度1280x720 30fpsで動作想定
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Overall, the game is extremely enjoyable and addicting. The story is fantastic and the general gameplay mechanics just work. I have a hard time finding anything wrong with the game. It has its flaws, as every game does, but it’s very small things that most people wouldn’t care about. If you were a fan of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, or JRPG’s in general, you will not be disappointed with this game! This is the first title in a while that took my attention and held it firmly. I’ve had plenty of fun, great made games over the past few months, but this one takes the top so far.
Despite getting the chance to play some early versions of the game, it's almost impossible to appreciate just how well all of the above fits together until you're a few hours in and swept away in the fairytale of it all. By then you're already doomed to keep playing and playing, genuinely concerned about the behavior of a weasel (could be a stoat, don't @ me biologists) and worrying about finding enough thread to lure that seamstress to Evermore. I hate to say it, but there's just something magical about Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom.
Ni no Kuni 2 aims for a lot of different targets: world-spanning story, management sim, recruitment game and solid combat experience. Against all odds, it manages to hit them all in a way that very few games in its genre can manage. There’s no part of the game that feels more or less important, and there were no moments in the game where I thought I was slogging through exposition or kingdom management to pad hours in my playthrough.