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Ni no Kuni "Ninostarter" Program Extended Through September 3rd
Get your pre-orders in! I want that Wizard's Coin! UPDATE: And another bonus, too!
08.30.12 - 3:45 PM

Namco Bandai made a post on the official Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Facebook page today informing fans that the "Ninostarter" program will be extended for a few more days. The occasion? Penny Arcade Expo is this weekend, and I imagine the company hopes that the convention will ramp up some more interest in the upcoming title. If you're unfamiliar with "Ninostarter," think Kickstarter, but with a focus on lovely Ni no Kuni goodies. Every pre-order of the Wizard's Edition made on Namco Bandai's online store will count towards the potential inclusion of even more premium freebies. Currently, enough fans have pre-ordered to add a set of five Ni no Kuni prints to the Wizard's Edition package. The next goal, an exclusive "Wizard's Coin," is 81% complete at the time of this writing.

This super-duper collector's package is available to residents of North America, including Canada. Learn more and get your pre-order on here.

For me? Please?

UPDATE: Shortly after this article went up, Namco Bandai announced a surprise bonus to the Wizard's Edition package. All copies will now include a Special Music Selection CD featuring several orchestral tracks from the game. For more details and a preliminary picture of the art prints, head over to the Ninostarter website.


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