New Ni no Kuni screenshots show visual splendor

Posted By | On 25th, Aug. 2011

Check out these splendid screenshots from Ni no Kuni, which show the amazing artwork and level design. The game is a port of the Nintendo DS version and will released on the Playstation 3 soon. Please check them out below.


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