Europe's diorama in Ni No Kuni II's collector edition is much better than America's


I hate chibi

It's special edition time, and yep they found enough stuff to cram in a box to throw a $200 price tag on, dioramas, art books, plushies, music CD's and making of DVD's. There is some overlap between the Collector and Premium Editions coming to the US and Europe's Prince and King Editions.

They all come with a season pass which will be $19.99 in the US if bought separately later. I think Europe is getting the superior diorama, not only because I dislike chibi-ification of characters but also because it's two sided and more detailed. It also apparently plays the theme song. Anyway here is what is in each edition specifically:


Day One Edition - $59.99

  • Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM game software

  • Special Sword Set DLC

Premium Edition - $79.99

  • Day One Edition content

  • Exclusive SteelBook Case

  • 3D Papercraft Kit

  • Dragon’s Tooth exclusive DLC sword

  • Music Collection CD

Collector’s Edition - $199.99

  • Premium Edition content

  • Ni no Kuni II Visual Arts Book

  • Chibi Mechanical Rotating Diorama

  • Lofty plush

  • The Making of Ni no Kuni II Blu-Ray

  • 3D Papercraft Display Case

  • Season Pass


Prince Edition

  • Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM game software

  • Special Sword Set DLC

  • Making of Bluray disc

  • Season Pass

King's Edition

  • Ni no Kuni II: REVENANT KINGDOM game software

  • Special Sword Set DLC

  • Exclusive Steelbook case

  • Making of Bluray disc

  • 148 page artbook

  • Music CD Collection

  • Season Pass

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