Re-released for the Nintendo Switch, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch tells the story of Oliver, a recently orphaned buy who must save another world and (potentially) get his mother back in the process. And with art by Studio Ghibli, does it live up to its touching premise, or does it fall victim to some of its messier aspects? Hit the jump to find out!
Journey back to the other world in Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. LEVEL-5’s classic tale returns remastered on PS4 and PC with improved graphics and performance, and on the go on Nintendo Switch. Join Oliver as he embarks on an adventure through a world inhabited by new friends and ferocious foes alike in the hopes of bringing back his mother after a tragic incident. With a copy of the Wizard’s Companion in his hand and his trusty friend Drippy by his side, he will travel across this rich fantasy world to tame familiars, take on enemies, and overcome the countless challenges that stand between him and his mother’s salvation.
The first entry in the Ni no Kuni franchise, Wrath of the White Witch, is coming to Nintendo Switch on September 20 along with remastered versions on PS4 and PC. Now Level-5 is here with a couple promos that hint at the connection between the game and the new film after the jump.
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered is coming to PS4 and PC in Japan on September 20 along with regular ol' Wrath of the White Witch on Switch, so check out the latest preview in the trailer and TV spot after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming anime film adaptation of Level-5 (Yo-kai Watch, Professor Layton)'s fantasy RPG Ni no Kuni has posted a two-and-half minute footage introducing a flying ship's takeoff scene with one of its male protagonists, Yu (CV:Kento Yamazaki), and Princess Ayesha (Mei Nagano) on board. Watch the beautifully animated clip after the jump!