When Ni No Kuni II's release date was announced last year, it was revealed that the game would also get a Season Pass, allowing access to future DLC for a discounted price. At the time, the developers did not go into any detail about what the new content would include,…
The original Ni No Kuni was released exclusively in Japan for the Nintendo DS in 2010 as a co-development between LEVEL 5 and the legendary animation studio, Studio Ghibli. An enhanced version of the game, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch arrived in the West for the PlayStation…
It's the day a lot of Bandai Namco gamers have been waiting for. The sequel to the successful Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has officially gone gold today! What does "Gone Gold" mean in video games? For those who are unaware, gone gold…
The development of Ni No Kuni II might have lasted a little longer than we were expecting, but you can rest assured that LEVEL-5 will have been ensuring that the game will be everything that fans of the series have waited for. Earlier today, the game's publisher Bandai Namco have…
Ni no Kuni II:  Revenant Kingdom can now be pre-ordered by avid fans with a range of different pre-orders available. PlayStation 4 Standard Edition - Full game and postcards £54.99 Prince's Edition - Full game, Making of (Blueray), Steelbook and Season Pass £84.99 Digital Prince Edition - Full game and season…
Bandai Namco has let us know today that the release of the next Ni No Kuni is going to be delayed until January 18th, 2018. A video was released by CEO and President of Level-5 Inc, Akihiro Hino, to explain why the delayed has happened to fans who are eagerly…
Bandai Namco have announced that the sequel to Ni no Kuni, Ni no Kuni II:  Revenant Kingdom from Level 5 will come to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2017. In an interesting announcement, the successor to the first game will also be available to those who play games on PC at the…
Back in 2013, Level 5 and Studio Ghibli released the original Ni No Kuni for the PlayStation 3, after it originally appeared on the Nintendo DS a few year earlier. Although the game was critically acclaimed, many players wondered if the series would continue. Their fears were put to rest…
Oh boy, Level 5 are bringing us a corker. As a sequel to PS3's Ni No Kuni, Level 5 have today revealed that a sequel called Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom. This sequel has you playing as the boy king Evan, who must fight to save his kingdom of…