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Take A Look At Ni No Kuni Switch

svgAug 17, 2019NewsMax

Level-5 is known for amazing games such as the beloved Fantasy Life series. Ni no Kuni is another game developed by Level-5 and published by Bandai Namco that will be coming to Nintendo Switch this fall! Today Level-5 has released some more screenshots from the Switch version.

Level-5 continues its mission to bring all of their major games to Nintendo Switch. Ni No Kuni is an anime adventure RPG where the player follows young Oliver on a quest to bring back his mother after a tragic incident. The charming art style and highly praised storyline make No No Kuni Switch a must play!

Ni no Kuni features new and traditional RPG elements and dozens of creatures to battle, or adore. The game will also have hundreds of locations for the players to explore. Of course, there will be quests, plenty of quests. 

In anticipation of the upcoming release, some new screenshots of the Switch version have been revealed, take a looksie below!


Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is expected to launch on Nintendo Switch on September 20th. You can already reserve your copy on Amazon today!

About Ni No Kuni

  • Journey back to the other world in Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. LEVEL-5’s classic tale returns better than ever.
  • 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.
  • This charming tale unfolds through the use of animation storyboarded and created by the legendary Studio Ghibli and music composed by the renowned Joe Hisaishi.
  • Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch combines beautiful animated visuals, masterful storytelling, and a sweeping score to create an epic role-playing adventure like no other.
  • A rich mixture of familiar RPG elements, expertly crafted and designed, and featuring dozens of locations to explore, hundreds of creatures to battle, and a wealth of quests and secrets to uncover.


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  • James

    August 20, 2019 / at 6:40 amsvg

    I have such mixed feelings on this game. We love Studio Ghibli, and Level 5 has been one of my long time favorite developers. I’ve enjoyed the visuals, the story has been great. But, the difficulty spikes in this game for boss battles mean a lot of grinding, and a lot of hours spent not enjoying the game as the battle system isn’t honestly that great and often leaves you frustrated at how easily you go from managing it to dead. I really want to finish it for the story on my PS3 version, but its that grind that makes me take months at a time away from it.

    • Kikki

      August 20, 2019 / at 7:55 amsvg

      Personally, I didn’t enjoy the first Ni No Kuni game at all. I was all over getting it, to begin, because I love Studio Ghibli, but…it wasn’t interesting to me. I just didn’t enjoy it.

      The second game, however, I did really enjoy, and finished in about a week. 🙂

    • Joelle Lavoie

      August 21, 2019 / at 2:29 amsvg

      I feel your pain! I loved collecting every single monster though so it felt less like a chore to grind for EXP. I definitely love this better than its sequel. If it helps, go after the different Toko types. They run away a lot but if you manage to defeat them first, you get a crazy amount of EXP! They look like they belong in My Neighbor Totoro lol so they are also a must-get. There’s a great spot near the end of the game to farm a higher level one called Tokocold (something like 24K EXP). ????

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