Historically, Ni no Kuni has taken an almost Final Fantasy-style approach to sequels. Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and its only-in-Japan counterparts, Dominion of the Dark Djinn for DS and Hotroit Stories for mobile devices, exist as one story. The console sequel, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, takes place many generations later, with any ties to the original basically functioning as fun Easter eggs. Characters and plot don't move between games, but themes, the art style, and certain enemies and races do. The 2019 Ni no Kuni movie took a similar approach and did not feature direct overlap with the games. The upcoming No no Kuni mobile MMO, Cross Worlds, is continuing the tradition and not relying on the story that came before it. But there are plenty of reasons to recognize Cross Worlds as a legitiamte Ni no Kuni game that understands its roots--and it might be more of proper sequel than assumed. The original Ni no Kuni tells the story of a young boy who loses his mother … [Read more...] about How Does Cross Worlds Fit Into The Ni No Kuni Universe?
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Three years in, Raid: Shadow Legends remains THE premiere turn-based RPG on PC or mobile, and the developers at Plarium are full speed ahead on new content for the game’s massive player base--more than a million daily, in fact. But first, they’ve got an anniversary to celebrate, and a bunch of free stuff, including an $80 gift for NEW Raid users when you open 2 void shards in 30 days and only coming from THIS link. Old Raid user? No problem, there's a ton of stuff for you as well. Raid: Shadow Legends’ third anniversary event has something for everyone, whether you’ve been playing Raid since the beginning or are just taking your first look. It’s an incredible game no matter when you discover it – now just happens to be a particularly good time to play, because the good folks at Plarium have some gifts for all its players during this anniversary celebration – such as the champion Talia, which all new players receive free when they sign up , plus a whole boatload of in-game … [Read more...] about 3 Reasons Why You REALLY Need to Try Raid: Shadow Legends Today
It has been a very, very long time since we've seen anything from the Silent Hlil series, with a full decade having passed since the release of Silent Hill: Book of Memories on Vita--and an almost unbelievable eight years since PT gave fans hope for the Hideo Kojima-led reboot Silent Hills. Now, however, it appears we could finally be returning to Konami's legendary horror series, and it could be with multiple games. Here's what we know--including rumors--about the Silent Hill franchise's future, as well as what we hope to see as we head into Summer Game Fest and the other Not-E3 events in June. Multiple games? Despite being on ice for so long, it appears the Silent Hill franchise will be returning with not just one, but several different games . Assuming reports on these games are accurate, Konami seems to be catering to multiple different types of players across these titles rather than trying to produce one game capable of pleasing them all. According to Grubbsnax host … [Read more...] about New Silent Hill Games: Everything We Know (And Want To See)