Ni No Kuni: The Jet Black Sorcerer landed in Japan recently and they got some great ads for it. OK, so the ads are just normal ads, but they show off the game, which instantly makes them great. Look at that massive instruction book. It's glorious! There is still no U.S. release date which makes us very, very sad.
I think Colette summed it up best in response to this tip coming in: "I want this game so bad I could cry."
Already weeping, Colette. Already weeping.
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