Producer: Level 5
Developer: Level 5
Releases: 17 novembre 2011 (jap), inizio 2013 (usa&pal)
The announcer says that Hino wants to let players experience the feeling of being in a Studio Ghibli movie. The girl trying out the game and being totally blown away by the ability to switch into first person view to look around at the surroundings is actress Rena Tanaka.
During the conversation scene between Oliver and his mother, Hino goes into the debug screen to take control of the camera in order to prove to everyone that it's a real time scene. Hino said that they're currently looking into if they should give players the ability to change the camera angles freely during the drama scenes in the final version.
Tanaka asks Hino why he decided to make the PS3 version. Hino responded the game was made at the level of a movie, so they wanted to be able to deliver it closer to the state of a movie.
Hino apparently said that he only sleeps 3 to 5 hours a day.
E chi si immaginava che l'altra versione di Ni no Kuni sarebbe stata su ps3, avrei detto il wii
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