Ni No Kuni II: The Revenant Kingdom Prince Edition Per Nintendo Switch Is Classified by ESRB (Entertainment Software Appraisal Board), is a North American video game classification body. Over there Game page Does not allow for many doubts.
In these cases it is fair to say that we are not confronting someone, as we always do Advertising True, this is up to publisher Bandai Namco. However, it should be noted that usually companies like ESRP do not publish miscalculations, so the Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Prince version actually exists and comes with Nintendo’s hybrid console. When you can’t tell.
The original game was released in 2018 on PC and PS4, and is still only available on two platforms (unless you consider the backward compatibility of the PS5).
Welcome to the wonderful world of Ni No Kuni!
After a conspiracy to overthrow him from his throne, young King Evan decides to embark on an extraordinary feat of discovering a new kingdom, uniting his world and protecting its people from the dark forces that threaten it.
Join him on an unforgettable adventure between animated film and video game. Created by Level-5, Ni No Kuni II is filled with fantastic characters created by the famous Yoshiyuki Momos and has a thrilling soundtrack created by the famous Jo Hishishi.
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