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Ni No Kuni Still Lookin' Pretty in Japanese Commercials

Posted on Wednesday, October 12 @ 12:49:58 Eastern by

Studio Ghibli and Level-5 are still on track for the November 17th launch of RPG darling Ni No Kuni. With the game set to hit shelves about a month from now, TV ads are ramping up in the land of the rising sun. You'll find two such sports here.

We're still waiting on a hard date for Ni No Kuni's North American release date, but my guess is we'll be waiting a while. There's bound to be a mountain of localization that needs to happen between the Japanese and American releases. Still, at least we're fortunate enough for a confirmation that the game is arriving stateside.... Those Europeans still don't know if they'll be forced to import or not.

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