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Lots Of Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of The White Witch Footage
You might want to get comfortable before viewing the pretty.
11.08.11 - 12:58 AM

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch may not be getting a hefty tome like the Nintendo DS game did, but you'll still have this same book in-game to reference - although there's a catch. The book that main character Oliver's got has some missing pages. But you'll find these lying about the game's world, and you'll definitely want to find them - some have missing clues as to how to wield some pretty powerful magic.

As well, with the Japanese release so close, developer Level-5 have been releasing a lot of gameplay clips of areas from the game. Some of them are quite lengthy, so you might want to get comfortable. Maybe take a bathroom break. And a snack break...

This is eight minutes of exploration in Goronel Kingdom:

Five minutes of wandering and fighting out in the fields:

Here is the winter wonderland known as Samura City. No, not Sumaru City - that's in Persona 2.

And the Nakelnat Ruins:

The last three are shorter story clips, all of which take place early on in the game.

We have also added seven screens to our gallery, but we're pretty sure the videos do this PS3 title more justice. Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch releases in Japan on November 17th and in North America sometime next year.


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