It was a magnificent treat to see the inside of Level-5's studio, as we hear Ahikiro Hino and Ken Motomura talk about their work on Ni no Kuni Wrath of the White Witch. Today, they are joined by Ghibli's Yoshiyuki Momose, who worked as the animation director for Ni no Kuni, and Level-5's Tadashi Masuya (Map Director for Ni no Kuni.)
Based on Momose's talk, I can't wait to see how Ghibli's involvement is going to affect the story and progression of Ni no Kuni, since he consider this as a new experience for Studio Ghibli. All four folks present in the video show that they put their heart and soul into making this game a charming adventure.
We still have a good half of December and January to overcome, but we are getting closer and closer towards breathing in the world that Level-5 and Ghibli have made for us to play. Since Masuya put a lot of thought into the exploration of each area, my body is ready to be blown away on the game's release date.
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