Ni no Kuni: Amazon & Gamestop Pre-order Incentives Announced!

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

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Over a month ago, Namco Bandai dropped the bomb when they announced that both North America and Europe(The announcement) would be getting the Wizard’s Edition of Ni no Kuni. The illustrious packaging which will contain three fantastic goodies, especially the ‘Wizard’s Companion’ a combination of an art book and strategy guide, which was bundled with the DS version of Ni no Kuni(Japanese only) and will be fully translated! Possibly even more! (More Info here)

Well the goodies don’t exactly end there, Namco Bandai has announced the Pre-order bonuses for both Amazon and Gamestop. If you pre-order the game with Amazon, you get a familiar not found in the Japanese version of the game called ‘The Hunter of the Skies’.

The familiar is able to spy its prey from great distances, and its power grows as it evolves into the griffurnace or the griffrigerator.


While gamers who pre-order at Gamstop will get a beautiful steelbook case with a reversible cover.


Which of the three will you pick? Decisions, decisions, decisions.

You can also check out our list of Limited Editions & Pre-order Incentives so far.



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