Ni No Kuni is officially coming to Europe and North America, so there's no need to dream
Your wish has come true. Exactly how long it will take adopted publisher Namco Bandai to localise the Level-5 and Studio Ghibli collaboration is still unclear, but the game's due out sometime in 2012. With the Japanese release date nearing, there's going to be an influx of trailers heading from the East. If you..
Level 5's announced that Namco Bandai will be handling publishing duties for Ni No Kuni in North America and Europe
As previously alluded, the game will travel to the West under the name, Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of The White Witch. It's due out sometime in 2012. Ni No Kuni is a traditional RPG featuring the artwork of Japanese animation giant Studio Ghibli.
Level 5 is too big for the Tokyo Game Show these days
Instead it's holding its own press conference in a couple of weeks time. The main event will be open to the Japanese public, but only press will get entry to the company's keynote. Thankfully, said conference will be streamed online. The focus of the event is expected to be on Level 5's announced titles — including Ni No Kuni on PS3 — but..
Sometimes you have to make a compromise
There's a chance Ni No Kuni might never have released in the West, so you have to take the good with the bad. It's getting a sub-title in time for its Western release: Wrath Of The White Witch. We know, we know. Terrible. But whatever. The super pretty PS3-exclusive RPG is still getting a Western release and that's all that matters. No word on any European..