With billions of smart device users around the world, with the number of gamers also getting higher and active in the same market, it is not surprising that many developers and publishers are competing to push their games into the mobile market. The good news? Not all of these projects feel like half-hearted games that are just designed to gain money. Some of them are present as products that are worth waiting for and anticipated, especially those who have ambitions to maintain the attractiveness of the console or PC version that was already available. This is what many JRPG gamers might feel with Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds.
In collaboration with Level-5 and developed by the South Korean giant game company – Netmarble, Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is said to be retaining much of the appeal of the JRPG game series on the mobile platform, including a visual approach with a fixed anime flavor thick. For the first time, welcoming the G-Star event which will be held this week, we can finally see firsthand what visual ambitions they want to pursue. Netmarble himself said that this game would make it possible to take Ni no Kuni adventures as they should.
Netmarble itself still hasn’t talked about exactly when Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds will be released to the market and what economic methods he will carry.