Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is an experience with two souls: a bright and colorful one, which draws strength from the extraordinary graphics of the game, from its funny characters, from the engaging plot and from the lush environments that you find yourself exploring in the course of the long MMO-style campaign; another dark and mysterious, such as the choice to activate by default a whole series of absurd automatisms that is not easy to turn off, the inevitable repetition of quests to level up, a chaotic interface and a very little optimized control system, which is paired with often inconsistent combat mechanics.
Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is an absolutely beautiful game that feels like you’re in a Studio Ghibli rendition of Sword Art Online. The story is clever, the animation and character design are top-notch, and the soundtrack, vocal work, and lighting effects are all stellar. Small gameplay issues aside, the biggest problem is Netmarble’s shameless need to take a beloved thing like Studio Ghibli and convert it into a way to pull more people into the crypto scam.
I dont know how to express how much I enjoy playing this game. The art is beautiful, the animations make you feel you are playing a Ghibli movie. The game rewards ingenuity and critical thinking. I think MMOS could learn a lot from this game. Is quite amazing!!!! I just got to lvl 70 and cant wait to play this long term. If you are looking for a fun deep and mature mmo this is it!
It is a gacha game, and if you have some extra cash to spare her and there, you will enjoy this game. Even as a fp2 you can have so much fun. It's not for everyone, but for a mature adult that loves anime, this is it for me!
The cyrpto is not a scam. Buying territe is fairly easy and cheap. Opens the game in a different way
With its gorgeous Studio Ghibli artwork and charmingly offbeat dialogue translation, Ni No Kuni makes its way to mobile. Sadly, that’s the end of the good news, because Cross Worlds features all the worst things about modern mobile gaming.
The models and environments look great (whenever they’re isn’t a lot of animation glitches and pop in issues) and the story is solid, but my big issue with this game is the fact that it plays itself! I don’t understand why they made a game where you can’t just disable the auto settings like why? When I tried disabling the auto movement it worked for a little bit, but then I went into a new quest and bam! The game completely took control of my character’s movement. As for combat, that is also automatic and unlike movement this setting can’t be disabled at all it can only be slightly suppressed. If your just looking for a decent story with pretty visuals then this is probably for you but if your looking for an MMO then you should definitely pass on this one.
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