SanAndreasX said:


To me, Ni no Kuni was the start of a Japanese renaissance, where we saw games that were previously confined to the DS, 3DS, PSP, and PSV due to the economics and demographics of the Japanese market, finally returning to full consoles.

Yep. 2007-2013 pretty much saw JRPGs regulated to handhelds. Persona was the only series carrying the torch of good console JRPGs at the time (but even then it was a PS2 series, in a 360/PS3 era). I loved Ni No Kuni, and bought the sequel, but have yet to play it. 

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