Take a peek into the creation of Ni no Kuni's world

Dec 08 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

Sweet, Level-5 allows PVCs in your workstation.

After playing the demo for Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, I am looking forward to playing the actual game. If you enjoyed the demo as much as I did, then you are in for a treat today, since we are taking a look inside Level-5's studio

I am not sure if this is a norm, but I find it neat how they let you decorate your workstation with your favorite collectible figures. If you play close attention, then you can find such great statues, such as Momohime and K-ON!'s very own Yui Hirasawa. But the important part of the video is that we get to see Level-5's CEO Akihiro Hino talk about the working environment of Level-5, and Game Director Ken Motomura shows us the workstation and motion capture studio that brought Ni no Kuni to life. 

January 22nd and 25th is still a long way to go, but Level-5's performance has shown to us that it will be worth the wait. As we wait for the opportunity to dive into Ni no Kuni's world, you can also take a look at the Wizard's Edition box in the gallery below. 

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