There are many things I found frustrating about Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, but its superb deployment of puns never failed to delight. I love a good bit of wordplay, and the shops signs of Oliver's hometown of Motorville deserve a particularly special mention, I think. Billed as a kind of quintessential 1950s American city, you'll occasionally pop back here from time to time to visit old friends or discover what's troubling their 'soul mate' back in the game's fantasy world, but it's also a delight to just potter up and down the high street taking in its glorious shop signs - especially when some of them are just downright bizarre.
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