Level-5 announces Ni no Kuni All-In-One Edition - Gematsu
Level-5 announces Ni no Kuni All-In-One Edition
posted on 05.08.12 at 06:42 AM EST 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.

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  • 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.

  • 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.


    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.