Four Ni No Kuni Videos Focus On Gameplay

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Earlier, I had posted three videos of Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, all of which are cutscenes. This time, Level-5 have released four more videos with a focus on gameplay. Each video, except the last, showcases one particular area. All of these videos were posted on Level-5’s Youtube channel.

This video showcases the Goronel Kingdom, the home of the Cat King and fish motifs:

This video showcases the Nakelnat Ruins, a dungeon within the game:

This video showcases Samura City, a city of snow and ice:

Finally, we have a video that is showcasing the world Oliver and co. travel. It also shows the use of a ship and a dragon to traverse to different regions:

Ni No Kuni has received great scores from Famitsu. What were they? Why not check it out here. Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch will be released on November 17 in Japan and 2012 in North America and Europe with Namco Bandai publishing the game in those regions.

Source: Andriasang

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