Ni No Kuni All In One Edition Adds Easy Mode And DLC For A Budget Price

By Spencer . May 8, 2012 . 7:25am

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is going back into stores and the upcoming All in One Edition has bonus content on disc. Level-5 created an easy mode, added all of the free DLC available on the PlayStation Network, and three monsters from the GREE game Ni no Kuni: The Great Adventure Monsters.


Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch All in One Edition will be available on July 19 for 3,980 yen ($50).


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Oh, and if you already own the Japanese version of Ni no Kuni you can download a free update. Downloadable quests and monsters are already on the PlayStation Store, which are also for free.


Namco Bandai will release Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch to North America early next year. Check out this trailer with English voiceovers and our impressions of the English localized version.

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  • I’m looking forward to this game.

  • axelfire250

    I wonder if this content is being included in the NA release as well.

  • I expect Bamco to release this “All in one edition” Stateside (and possibly to EU) as well.

  • MrRobbyM

    Anything to let the game have another chance at success. The game deserved to sell much more than it did the first time around.

    Also, when I thought the game couldn’t look any beautiful, that trailer proved me wrong. Another example that art direction will always triumph the most realistic looking graphics.

  • Lexaus_the_Alchemist

    Well now the delay makes sense. Still, that “Early 2013” time frame for NA snd EU stinks … =(

  • Revorse

    I don’t know much about this game. But that Rabbit and that Pixie look to cool to ignore.

  • KingGunblader

    I hope we get all this stuff for the English release! Except the Easy Mode, I’m hard as f*ck. :P

  • Nitraion

    Like i said on open thread “this what i called DLC” :D
    also easy mode? wow this game is that hard?

    • SuperSailorV

      This game could easily appeal to the total NON gamer who enjoys Studio Ghibli movies. I think. That’s the only thing I could come up with.

      I toooootally can’t wait for this game…

      • Nitraion

        Me too ^^
        and after this DLC totally make my hype up ^^

  • kevinposta

    Is “Ni no Kuni: The Great Adventure Monsters” a mobile game?I did a small research but found scarse details about it.

    • 4shiki

      Yeah, it is.

  • aw

    those monsters seem adorable

  • Learii

    next year huh i hope we   get the DLC on PSN by then

  • Nosajk

    I hope this version is the one they release here in the USA, the game looks awesome!

    • Givemeblood…Nyaa

      I don’t know if this is the version we will get in NA, they said all dlc in that package will come with the NA version , but a few weeks ago level 5 said that the NA version will get some extra content that wasn’t released in Japan.

  • Permafry42


    This article confirms that all dlc and additional content included in the All-in-one edition will also be included in the western release, meaning free dlc for all =D Now all that’s left is for the price to be announced. Here to hoping for a $40-$50 price point. Then again I’ll gladly pay $60 for this masterpiece.


  • thebanditking

    I honestly can’t wait for this game. Personally I consider its a small miracle its even coming over as I was sure it would be skipped (if for nothing more then that I wanted it lol)

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