Ni no Kuni Review [Collaboration with Curtis from Iridium Eye Reviews]

Apologies for the massive delay and for me usually not posting on Wednesday, but Ashley Capes and I got a chance to review the movie adaptation of the video game series Ni No Kuni. Feel free to check it out. I know I haven’t covered anime as much, but I’m thankful to have collaborated with Ashley again on his blog.

The Review Heap

Greetings! It’s collaboration time again, in this one Curtis from Iridium Eye Reviews and I are going to chat about 2019 portal fantasy Ni no Kuni – a film we both enjoyed without being blown away, perhaps.

(You can see one of our previous reviews in Satoshi Kon’s Tokyo Godfathersright here) Before we start, I have to say thanks to Curtis for some pretty impressive patience on this one, as it took me a bit longer than I’d hoped to get everything together 😀

Ashley: To kick things off I wanted to ask if you came to the film sort of ‘cold’ or whether you’d had a chance to play any games from the Ni No Kuni franchise?

For me, I played Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (2011) and was excited that Studio Ghibli did the cut scenes in that game, and so I…

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