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.
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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.
Yet more footage of Ni no Kuni II has appeared. This ten-minute clip shows some of the early parts of Evan’s quest to reclaim his kingdom.
The score plays a big part in many RPGs and Ni no Kuni II is no exception. Hear some of its score and the man who composed it .
Ni no Kuni II introduces the city of Goldpaw, where dice-rolling determines everything. In addition to a brief tour trailer, the PlayStation Underground show spent a significant amount of time there.
Ni no Kuni II keeps getting closer to release with another trailer. This time, the changes to the battle system as well as the all new Kingdom Mode are highlighted.
In its second behind the scenes video for Ni no Kuni II, Bandai Namco looks at the character designs. Three of the game’s key staff give their thoughts on the process of creating them.
Looking for a sitcom episode’s worth of Ni no Kuni II footage? Look not further than this newest video, which goes more in-depth in the game’s strategy-flavored missions.