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Ni No Kuni Worldwide Shipments Break the 1 Million Mark

Posted on Saturday, March 8 @ 09:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Level-5's charming Japanese role-playing game has done quite well for itself around the globe, with Ni No Kuni: The Wrath of the White Witch worldwide shipment numbers now passing 1.1 million.

The game has received a price cut in Japan, which will almost certainly cause a fresh spike in sales in the region. It's already available for a stupidly cheap price here in North America, so if you've got a PlayStation 3 and have even the slightest affinity toward JRPGs, you can't afford not to play this game.

Seriously, it's that good. Just consult Nick Tan's review if you don't believe me.

[Gamer.ne.jp, via Siliconera]
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