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by Adam Collins
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I agree with Jeff on the fact of finishing one hardcore JRPG & playing another one right after that. But what I would have suggested to Jeff is he should have waited til summer when there's nothing to play to do this, because I Iove JRPGS too but, man can they take it out of you. I love this game & still have a long way to go, but right now I feel like Korey knowing Jeff's gonna piss me off during this review. (I'm just joking, just like Batfan175)
This review reminded me of the movie hook, except Jeff never found his inner child.
@ Arsène Lupin the Third It's not a different baddie. The DS game stops at chapter 6 whereas the ps3 game continues in chapter 7
Blasphemy!!! How dare you not love everything studio Ghibli touches? Naa, I'm just joking. You're entitled not to love this magnificent game. Just know that you are wrong.
Poor Jeff this sounds like it brought him to the brink. I half expected him to completely lose control & begin to think the game was real. We would have news story's about him being arrested in the streets of Austin for stabbing people with his stick wand lol.
If you are sick of the typical Ghibli stuff, I suggest you watch Porco Rosso. For one thing, the main character is male and in his 40's, not a young girl as usual. It doesn't really dwell so much in the whole fantasy thing. It has a tiny bit based on the main character's nature but it just has a bit of a more personal feel. Watch it in French (even Miyazaki has said that he prefer it over the original Japanese one). Jean Reno does the main character's voice and his voice matches perfectly. Michael Keaton does a good job too in the English version, but I just like Reno's voice better.
I really want to play Ni No Kuni: Jet black mage(the DS one) which is the same set up with a different baddie, making it almost pokemon like.
Eh, I just didn't love the story all that much. I'm a fan of this type of genre, but the story around it feels generic and underwritten, starting out with one of the biggest cliches of it's type to be the emotional baggage of the game. I will say, however, that the game play was what I wanted in a pokemon game in that your able to control the little creatures movements and their attacks without just saying commands. If that had a better story around it, I would have enjoyed it a bit more.
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