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Ni no Kuni arrives on PSN next week as a digital release


7:30 PM on 01.19.2013
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Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is almost finally here. The long-awaited game may be arriving exclusively on PlayStation 3 next week, but that doesn't mean players won't have a choice of where to grab it. The PlayStation Blogcast has confirmed Ni no Kuni for a digital release on PlayStation Network.

Environmentally conscious and plastic-adverse gamers will be able to download the title on Tuesday for $55. Until then why not while away a few minutes by watching Level-5's developer diary series.

PlayStation Blogcast 059: Devil May Cave [PlayStation Blog]






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