Level-5 announces Ni no Kuni All-In-One Edition
posted on 05.08.12 at 06:42 AM EDT by (@salromano)
Budget release coming to Japan on July 19.

Level-5 is preparing a budget release version of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch in Japan. Dubbed the “All-In-One Edition,” the package includes all of the post-release download content, an “Easy Mode” for beginners and three new Imagine monsters from GREE’s Ni no Kuni: Great Adventure Monsters for iOS / Android. It is due for 3,980 yen on July 19.

Those who own the standard edition of Ni no Kuni will not have to buy the All-In-One Edition to gain access to the new content. A free update will be released alongside the budget version’s launch, bringing all players the download content, Easy Mode and new Imagine monsters.

A trailer for the All-In-One Edition can be seen below. A batch of small screenshots and box art can be seen at the gallery. Visit the promo site here.

  • RyoonZ

    Wow that’s so great, that’s how you treat your fans!!!
    And I hope NA version will include this as well.

  • zeopower6

    Nice! I hope no one thinks this is a normal occurrence for JRPGs though since the DLC for this game was all free. ;p

    I hope that they get some more copies sold with this! :)

    • Rydak

      @zeopower6: I know I didn’t… I had to do a double take when I read that. XD

  • FaithlessMr

    Really nice of Level-5 to include that all for free. That’s how most DLC should be; free.

  • http://chaosraiden.blogspot.com/ Chaos Raiden

    A very nice deal, but unfortunately the English release is still have a long time to wait…

  • Charlie

    Capcom, take notes.

  • LordKaiser

    I hope that the sales of the game is not affected by all the angry costumers who bought WKC2 and will not receive any more dlc quests and GR50.

    http://www.facebook.com/WhiteKnightChroniclesII

    Many are planing to boycott this game. I will buy Ni-no-Kuni regardless for Studio Ghibly but I will not buy any online game Level-5 makes cuz they won’t support it in the west.

  • weyou

    If NA version which will be released more than 1 year later isn’t “complete editon”, I will wait for price drop. After reading this news, I don’t want to support NA “normal version” anymore. But I will wait and see how Namco Bandai handles it.