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The TGS 2011 Community Choice Award!


11:00 PM on 10.04.2011
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The Tokyo Game Show may have closed its doors a couple weeks ago, but the Destructoid community has been hard at work ever since, voting for its favorite game. There were a ton of great choices on display this year, but after the dust settled, the real winner was clear: Ni no Kuni!

Between the gorgeous, vibrant art style and challenging RPG gameplay, Ni no Kuni turned a lot of heads at TGS, and the chiseled noggin of own Editor-in-Chief was no exception. Dale's preview highlighted what's shaping up to be a real treat for gamers around the world when it hits Japan on November 17 and stateside early next year, and we couldn't be more excited to get our hands on it!

So congratulations to Level-5 and Ni no Kuni, winner of the Destructoid Community Choice Award for TGS 2011!






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