A gritty R-rated adaptation of the hit video game.
Ripper Roo tells the story of how Ripper Roo went insane. The two zaps from the Evolvo-Ray just only made it easier for him to go insane.
Ni no Kuni revolves around thirteen-year-old Oliver, a resident of Motorville, whose mother, Alicia, dies from heart problems after rescuing him from drowning. As Oliver cries, his tears cause his doll, a gift from Alicia, to reveal itself as a male fairy named Drippy. He gives Oliver a book that allows him to use the power of magic and enter "Ni no Kuni," a world parallel to Oliver's reality. In Ni no Kuni, Drippy says Oliver may be able to find Alicia. Using the newfound power of magic, Oliver and Drippy venture into Ni no Kuni, where Oliver befriends Esther, ...
A live Action based on the fighting game series, a mix of Fatal Fury 2-3 and The King of Fighters (Rugal and Orochi Saga, from 94 to 98)
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