For years Japanese RPG dominated the PlayStation system in terms of its most popular games. There is no doubt that Final Fantasy VII propelled the original PlayStation console into the stratosphere in both Europe and North America and for years Square and other companies released JRPG after JRPG. Recently, however, it's been a bit of a wasteland. That is not to say there has not been JRPG's, but they have been a tad more niche and sales have reflected that. Roll in Ni no Kuni, the latest attempt to send a JRPG to the stratosphere by Namco Bandai, and for a game that originally started as a Japanese exclusive Nintendo DS game, it has translated to the big boy console very well indeed.
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