Two Lovely Ni No Kuni Trailers For You To See

By Spencer . September 16, 2010 . 9:48pm

Level 5 has two Ni no Kuni games on display at Tokyo Game Show. Ni no Kuni: The Sorcerer of Darkness for the Nintendo DS and Ni no Kuni: The Holy Ash Queen of Light for PlayStation 3.


Neither game has been announced for North America, but Level 5’s North American office, which is supposed to open this month, must be working on something.



  • *drools*

  • Kibbitz

    I would really love to buy both the DS and the PS3 version, but I’d really like to know what’s different story-wise for both. Not seeing anything that would indicate they’re the same, but nothing that would indicate otherwise either.

    • Joanna

      That’s what I’d like to know as well. I’ve got both systems but if it’s the same story, I’ll just pick up the DS version and get the PS3 version later when it’s cheaper.

  • Zeik56

    The graphics, music, and story all look amazing, I just wish I knew more about the gameplay. The little I’ve seen doesn’t seem that impressive, but it’s hard to judge based on a few brief videos.

  • Aoshi00

    I wish they didn’t jack up the price of the DS game though, 6800 yen that’s like the most expensive DS game yet, some places have it for $70. I guess Lvl 5 needed to pay Ghibli and their expensive actors (who can’t voice act well..)

    • Al

      No it comes with a big hardcover spell book :P That is why it costs so much!

      • Aoshi00

        This should be included as a pre-order bonus. Otherwise have two editions then, either just the game or SE instead of forcing everyone to pay ~$75 for a DS game. I don’t want to spend $80 on just one DS game, spellbook or not.

        • vadde939

          The problem with that is that the information in the spellbook is apparently REQUIRED to progress in the actual DS game somehow. Seems to me like some convulted anti-piracy measure that ends up being paid for by the consumers. It wont be long until someone uploads a full transcript of the book to the internet anyway so the pirates still win while those who buy a legit copy get screwed over.

  • omg the ps3 version looks great

  • So happy they are actually doing Ghibli’s art justice on the PS3.

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