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Amazon And Gamestop Get Pre-order Bonuses For Ni No Kuni
We all know about Ni No Kuni’s Wizard Edition (which is also accompanied by Ninostarter, a Kickstarter-type initiative that betters the bonuses as more people pre-order the special edition from ClubNamco), but what about Amazon and Gamestop? Do they get anything special, too?[[MORE]]
Well, Bandai Namco have announced that yes, you do get exclusive goodies! If you pre-order at Amazon, you get a special familiar called the Hunter of the Skies, who stalks its prey from long distances.
Pre-order at Gamestop and you will receive a steelbook case with alternate artwork!
Be sure to pre-order as soon as you can! Ni No Kuni arrives to North American shores January 22, 2013!

Amazon And Gamestop Get Pre-order Bonuses For Ni No Kuni

We all know about Ni No Kuni’s Wizard Edition (which is also accompanied by Ninostarter, a Kickstarter-type initiative that betters the bonuses as more people pre-order the special edition from ClubNamco), but what about Amazon and Gamestop? Do they get anything special, too?

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Tales Of Xillia Officially Confirmed For Western Release
Namco Bandai have finally stepped forward and officially stated that Tales of Xillia will see both North American and European releases. While no specific release date was given, the window of 2013 was put forward.
While this misses the release date of the sequel for the game in Japan, it does look as though its sequel will be released if sales are strong enough on foreign shores. Tales of Xillia was the most pre-ordered Tales game of all time and one of the strongest selling Tales titles in Japan as well, with only Tales of Destiny 2 outselling it.

Tales Of Xillia Officially Confirmed For Western Release

Namco Bandai have finally stepped forward and officially stated that Tales of Xillia will see both North American and European releases. While no specific release date was given, the window of 2013 was put forward.

While this misses the release date of the sequel for the game in Japan, it does look as though its sequel will be released if sales are strong enough on foreign shores. Tales of Xillia was the most pre-ordered Tales game of all time and one of the strongest selling Tales titles in Japan as well, with only Tales of Destiny 2 outselling it.

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Rurouni Kenshin: Kaisen Has A Ton Of Unlockables
The sequel to last year’s fighting game for Rurouni Kenshin has a whole slew of new features, and to top it off, it contains over 300 stills from both the original series and the New Kyoto Volume as well. Going through the story mode and completing certain objectives or finding certain collectibles will unlock the stills.
If you import a save file from the previous title, Rurouni Kenshin: Saisen, you also get an unspecified bonus.
The PSP game gets released in Japan on August 30th, but remember that it’s not region-locked and can play on any PSP, since it’s unlikely to reach NA or PAL shores.

Rurouni Kenshin: Kaisen Has A Ton Of Unlockables

The sequel to last year’s fighting game for Rurouni Kenshin has a whole slew of new features, and to top it off, it contains over 300 stills from both the original series and the New Kyoto Volume as well. Going through the story mode and completing certain objectives or finding certain collectibles will unlock the stills.

If you import a save file from the previous title, Rurouni Kenshin: Saisen, you also get an unspecified bonus.

The PSP game gets released in Japan on August 30th, but remember that it’s not region-locked and can play on any PSP, since it’s unlikely to reach NA or PAL shores.

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North America Getting Ni No Kuni’s “Wizard Edition”
Europe was confirmed for the special edition, and now Bandai Namco have confirmed that it will reach North American shores as well. It comes with a Drippy plush doll, exclusive downloadable familiars to use in your party, and a hardcover art book of The Wizard’s Companion Book. It’s over 300 pages and it’s actually the same tome used in the game for your spells and familiars!
You can pre-order the edition exclusively at ClubNamco, where it will be available in January 2013 for $100.

North America Getting Ni No Kuni’s “Wizard Edition”

Europe was confirmed for the special edition, and now Bandai Namco have confirmed that it will reach North American shores as well. It comes with a Drippy plush doll, exclusive downloadable familiars to use in your party, and a hardcover art book of The Wizard’s Companion Book. It’s over 300 pages and it’s actually the same tome used in the game for your spells and familiars!

You can pre-order the edition exclusively at ClubNamco, where it will be available in January 2013 for $100.