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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Jun 25, 2010.
Ni no Kuni: Shiroki Seihai no Joou
wow i wasnt expecting a PS3 version of this game this is going right to the top of my wanted list =)
Man the game looks outstanding, hopefully the story is as good as the graphics.
Oh, what a surprise !
This version looks good, but I will still play it on DS. I don't own a PS3 (yet?), but I feel easier to play on DS and bring it everywhere.
Now PS3 HAZ GAEMZ !
I do hope the PS3 version does get the 352 pages book with it, that the DS game gets
The book has magic spells and importand information in it
The DS game will cost 6800 Yen
Book included with game
Personally, I think I slightly prefer the animations on the DS one (I played the demo, and it's a beautiful game). The PS3 one's cutscenes do look lovely, but they just don't quite look right in my opinion. Also, apparently this game is more of a re-doing of the DS one, not just a port. It will sort of have the same story, but events might happen in a different order, etc.
The video has already been posted in the news section earlier, so I will just quote my post from there
Maybe the battle system in the PS3 will be different. In the DS version you cast spells by drawing the magic signs from the book on your touch screen. I assume they will adapt the PS3 version to the different control scheme.
I like to see fully Move support for ps3
Now featuring YMCA-style battles!
Nah. YMCA is awesome, but if you have to jump around while waiving your arms about in order to land a critical hit... no thanks, I will stick to the DS version only... :]
Hmmm... the battles look like the ones in Tales of Vesperia/Symphonia...
Other than that, it looks amazing.
The battle looks not that boring on the PS3 version, while the DS version has kinda of a puzzle element, where you can move the characters wherever do you want.
The game looks awesome....I really hope they bring it stateside on both the DS and PS3. Will definitely get it on the DS....don't know if this one title will be worth buying a PS3 over though as I've yet to see a PS3 exclusive title worthy of owning the system.