15 factoids to get you excited about the upcoming Level 5 RPG.
THERE’S STILL SOME GHIBLI INFLUENCE
Studio Ghibli may not longer be technically involved in aiding with the development of Ni no Kuni 2, but that doesn’t mean there’s no Ghibli influence on the game whatsoever. Yoshiyuki Momose, the former animator and character designer for the studio, and Joe Hisaishi, the studio’s longtime music composer, are both working on the game. That’s definitely encouraging, especially when you take into account the fact that both of them worked on the first game as well.