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Ni no Kuni PS3 to digitally include that impressive book

9:00 PM on 10.05.2011

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

 

Perhaps the saddest part about the lack of news on Ni no Kuni getting a DS release outside of Japan is that we're missing out on the absurdly cool -- and equally lengthy -- included "Magic Master" book.

It's not a complete loss, however: Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch will give PlayStation 3 players in-game access to a digital version of the book. Not quite as fun to flip through or flashy as the real deal, but it's a compromise nonetheless. What would John Waters say?

Ni No Kuni’s Magic Book Is An In Game Item On PlayStation 3 [Siliconera]

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