Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

You might think that a game is intended to be for children if you were told that it is the combined effort of both Level-5 and Studio Ghibli, this however couldn’t be farther from the truth. Ni No Kuni is appropriate for anyone who has ever appreciated a well told story or been caught up…

Titan Souls

The game opens up with you as the lone hero waking up in a strange and mysterious world, beautifully rendered in a serene 16 bit art style. How you got here and what your overall objective is, are unknown. As you take your first steps you are given your only real tutorial, teaching you the basics of the controls and then you are on your own. After a bit of experimentation you shoot your one and only arrow into the door that is barring your way. Connecting with what looks like an eye embedded in the door puts an abrupt end to your introduction phase as beyond this door is your first battle against a titan. It doesn’t take long to realize that the only truth in this game is that it’s one hit to kill, one hit to die.