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  • Blog Post: Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Announced [Trailer Added]

    During today's PlayStation Experience keynote, Level-5 and Studio Ghibli announced Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. The first Ni No Kuni, which released in 2013, shipped over a million units. The plot seems to include a traveler from our world visiting a Kingdom in turmoil. The lead character, Evan... More
  • Blog Post: The Legend Of Zelda Re-imagined As Studio Ghibli Movie Posters

    The Legend of Zelda series and Studio Ghibli's animated films are among the most celebrated works to come out of Japan, but what if the two properties came together? Illustrator Matt Vince uses that hypothesis as the basis for movie posters that prove the collaboration would be a match made in heaven... More
  • Blog Post: Studio Ghibli's Princess Mononoke Gets Envisioned As An 8-Bit Classic

    Not only is Princess Mononoke one of the most beloved anime's of all time, its still one of Studio Ghibli's best looking films. It turns out the film's art style holds up even after it's been put through an NES filter. After you watch CineFix derez Studio Ghibli's beloved film, check... More
  • Blog Post: TGS Sidequest: The Studio Ghibli Museum

    The Tokyo Game Show is nearly upon us, and Game Informer will be covering all of the games and news right from the show floor. However, we are also using our time in Japan to stray off the beaten path and check out some interesting bits of gamer culture. Our first stop: the Studio Ghibli museum, home... More
  • Blog Post: Free Ni No Kuni DLC Coming To PlayStation Store

    The PlayStation 3-exclusive Ni No Kuni came out last week, and if you've been loving the game (or even if you haven't ), you should check out the PlayStation Store on February 12 for a surprise. Publisher Namco Bandai has revealed that players can download the Draggle familiar, which was previously... More
  • Blog Post: Watch The Second Ni No Kuni Developer Diary Now

    Join Yoshiyuki Momose, Studio Ghibli Director of Animation, as he talks about his role working on Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. In the second installment of Ni No Kuni developer diaries, Yoshiyuki Momose discusses Studio Ghibli’s part in developing Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and... More
  • Blog Post: Ni No Kuni Demo Hits Tomorrow

    Have you been itching to step into the world of Ni No Kuni? With those graphics, we can't blame you. Thankfully, you're in luck as a demo is hitting PSN tomorrow in North America according to the PlayStation Blog . For those who don't know, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is a full-scale... More
  • Blog Post: Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of The White Witch Gets A New Trailer For Gamescom

    Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch won't make it to North America until January. Until then, you can check out this new trailer. It has been available in Japan for quite some time. It's currently receiving the localization treatment, but the option will be available to play in Japanese with... More
  • Blog Post: Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of The White Witch Comes To North America In January

    Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of The White Witch may have been pushed into 2013, but at least it hasn't been pushed very far. IGN recently posted a new trailer for the game, and at the end the date January 22, 2013 appears. Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of The White Witch is a PlayStation 3 exclusive. More
  • Blog Post: Call Of Duty More Popular Than Studio Ghibli RPG In Japan

    Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 sold 179,000 units on the PlayStation 3, while the highly anticipated Studio Ghibli RPG Ni No Kuni only sold 65,000 units. Studio Ghibli may not be immediately recognizable to most American gamers. Its closest American analogy is probably Pixar. Studio Ghibli has never... More
  • Blog Post: New Ni No Kuni Trailer Confirms That It Is Still A Gorgeous Game

    We don't know much about Ni No Kuni when it comes to narrative, but we do know that it looks gorgeous and we do know that it is coming to the United States eventually. Ni No Kuni is a collaborative project between developer Level-5, the studio behind the Professor Layton and recent Dragon Quest games... More
  • Blog Post: Studio Ghibli's Level-5 Team-Up Gets A New Name For North America

    We learned last month at Tokyo Game Show that Ni No Kuni, the RPG developed by Level-5 with animation by the beloved Japanese movie house Studio Ghibli, will be coming to North America. Now we know its North American title. Edge reports that the U.S. branch of Level-5 has applied for a trademark on the... More
  • Blog Post: Studio Ghibli Locations Translated Into Stunning Minecraft Map

    Hey, it's another Minecraft story. The world-building PC game's user base continues to impress, as demonstrated with this insane tribute to Studio Ghibli's films. Oz Workshop has released a look at their creation, a fanciful interpretation of some of the animation studio's best-known... More
  • Blog Post: Game From Spirited Away Studio Will Be On PS3 With Move Support

    Ni no Kuni (aka The Another World) is an upcoming team-up between Level-5 and Studio Ghibli, the company behind such incredible animated films as Spirited Away , Princess Mononoke , and Howl's Moving Castle . In other words, it's pretty much guaranteed to look pretty and will probably be whimsical... More
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