A king’s work is never done, even if that king is a former president lost in another world. With a young royal under his wing, it’s up to Roland to make this strange new world fit for a prince.
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom
A follow-up to Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch that is a standalone sequel.
Ni no Kuni II attempts to offer something for everyone, and while not all of those pieces fit perfectly, things do total up to a net positive. Take a look at how the game comes together and see if this charming adventure might be for you.
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is coming to Switch. The Prince’s Edition will launch in September and come with both of the game’s DLC packs.
Bandai Namco surprised us with a sequel to its team-up with Studio Ghibli. Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is a little less Ghibli than we would like, but guests Chris and Anna Marie Privitere still joined us to talk about how to make Evermore great again.
Fire Emblem Three Houses released this week and we’re (almost) all playing it – but there’s a bit of controversy afoot. Pascal talks about poor choices he’s made in other games. And the news section is all twisty, tumbly, and turvy. Now back to our respective waifus, husbandos, and depressing games…sos.
Chris got kicked off his own show this week to make room for a panel full to bursting with #JRPGJuly updates! Some are playing new games, some are playing old games, but let’s face it – everyone will be playing Fire Emblem next week.
We’re back from our mini-vacation and #JRPGJuly is in full swing. Now playing includes praise for Persona Q2, FF14, and Atelier Lulua. We’re also impressed with how everyone agrees in the feedback section. Now I must go find Chris and comfort him as he laments Marle.
The new DLC for Ni no Kuni II finds the cast following a rabbit into their dreams. A new trailer shows a brief look at what they’ll find.
The second piece of DLC for Ni no Kuni II is coming in a couple of weeks. The Tale of a Timeless Tome features a tuxedo-wearing rabbit that appears in dreams.
It’s time for way too many people to get on a Skype call and debate the following. How much is Wheels is wrong? What decade will the Final Fantasy VII remake will come out? And most importantly, what did we do to deserve Metal Max Xeno and The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2?
Dragon Quest XI, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Ni no Kuni II — there were many fantastic releases in 2018. But before we reveal our Game of the Year, RPGamer staff members sit down and ponder their personal top threes from last year.
This week was a busy one in terms of DLC releases. New expansion content for Shadows: Awakening, Pillars of Eternity II, and Ni no Kuni II is available now.
The first piece of Ni no Kuni II DLC will be available later this week. Players can take on the Prince of Wraiths, and delve deeper into their friends’ backstories.
Ni no Kuni II is getting its first DLC. The Lair of the Lost Lord will add tons of new content for fans to consume.
Bandai Namco has revealed some plans for Ni no Kuni II DLC. The first piece will available for free very soon.
Bandai Namco and Level-5 have released a patch for those wanting more of a challenge from Ni no Kuni II. Both Hard and Extreme difficulty settings are now available to select.
Ni no Kuni II is nearing launch and Bandai Namco has a customary launch trailer to accompany it. There is also a short character trailer for another one of the game’s playable characters.
Ni no Kuni has had dimension-hopping before so Bandai Namco wants to introduce the character who will arrive from another world this time around. Another video also gives some detail on the visual style of the game.
Ni no Kuni II is less than two weeks away. Gearing up for its launch, Bandai Namco has released the first of a new series of character trailers.
Tani enters the fray with a combination of spear and bow abilities. A new video shows just how much she can dish out in Ni no Kuni II.
Barring any further delays, Ni no Kuni II is just a month away from launch. Just in case you hadn’t seen enough of the game already, there is new Roland-heavy gameplay footage, as well as a behind-the-scenes video focusing on the game’s kingdom mode.
With just over a month before the game’s release, Bandai Namco and Level-5 have decided to release the opening of Ni no Kuni II. Spoilers ahead, though only of the earliest parts of the game.