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Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch – Behind the Scenes at Level-5
Namco Bandai provided this studio tour at Level-5, featuring prominently Akihiro Hino (CEO of Level-5) and Ken Motomura (Game Director). The video covers things like complexity of motion capturing for a cartoon-themed video game, and the difficulties of localizing Ni no Kuni, which released in Japan late in 2011.