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On this week’s episode of everyone’s favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads discuss narrative in video games
The man in question is none other than Mr Steffan Rhodri – a thespian of some renown from the Land of Our Fathers, and veteran of a vast array of work on both stage and screen.
Namco Bandai has confirmed that Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch stock will be replenished in various UK retailers later on in the week.
Congratulations to Namco Bandai, as their JRPG is getting a huge amount of love right now, not least from the UK public, who have purchased enough copies to have the game enter in first place, this week in the UK Charts.
The agonising wait is finally over, as European gamers can now go and buy the Level-5/Studio Ghibli JRPG masterpiece.
On this week’s episode of everyone’s favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads look at racial stereotypes in video games.
By now you’ve read our review or watched our video feature, and know that Ni No Kuni is a phenomenal game. So we’ve teamed up with Namco Bandai to offer you some prizes that are as eye watering as the visuals of the game itself.
Now as well as watching our brilliant videos, you can see what Namco Bandai have knocked up in the way of a stunning launch trailer.
We’re avoiding spoilers, instead showing you the mechanics and side-quests you can get up to.
Ni No Kuni is a superb traditionally-styled role player, that is carried along by a magnificent story that is the equal of the very best family films, those of Studio Ghibli included.
On this week’s episode of everyone’s favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads make some 2013 predictions.
Sadly, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch has been delayed in Europe and Australasia.
Lucky for us, we’ve been playing the hell out of it for the past month or so, and have put together a video that goes some way as to explaining the battle systems in the game.
Before GodisaGeek.com reveals the Overall Game of the Year for 2012, we look forward to our Most Anticipated Game of 2013.