"Namco Bandai have confirmed that Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is heading for PS3 in the first quarter of 2013 and to celebrate the announcement, they've also sent over some new screenshots and gameplay videos that you can check out below."
I wonder if the 2013 is the full release of Ni No Kuni outside of Japan or just Europe? I thought the NA release was due out this year?
did you read the article? its just europe this is the first time they announced it for europe Its still due in the US in either march or april
It was never announced for April or March for NA, just '2012'. Especially when NamDai are publishing Tales of Graces F in the states in March, I doubt they'd want Ni no Kuni to cannibalise the sales of their own franchise.
The only thing mentioned about Europe was a quote from Level-5. As far as the NA release, there's been no concrete word on it's release here. That's why I asked the question. I also didn't catch the uk portion of the link's address.
there has been concrete word early 2012 for the US THIS IS EUROPE There is no reason to believe it isnt coming this year
http://www.gameinformer.com... Actually Namco Bandai said today that it's not coming to North America until Winter 2012, which starts Dec 21. It could be released before then but with this information about Europe added to the full announcement by Namco Bandai suggests that early 2013 is more than likely. Sorry but that knocks out your theory of a March or April release.
You sir are an idiot and with your last statement, you have proven your lack of basic time comprehension. Winter does not start in September. Fall (also known as Autumn) starts in September. This link is for your edification. http://www.almanac.com/cont... In case you are far too lazy to actually click the link, here's the basic break down of the seasons. Seasons of 2012: SPRING EQUINOX March 20, 1:14 A.M. EDT SUMMER SOLSTICE June 20, 7:09 P.M. EDT FALL EQUINOX September 22, 10:49 A.M. EDT WINTER SOLSTICE December 21, 6:12 A.M. EST The four seasons are determined by changing sunlight (not heat!)—which is determined by how our planet orbits the Sun and the tilt of its axis. I have never seen anyone before attempt to claim that the winter season starts in September. You're what maybe 12 years old? Please go troll another site. Thanks!
@PapaWarlock + you sir are an even bigger idiot. And you honestly know nothing about fiscal years. In terms of business, the fourth quarter is the start of winter. Are you 12 years old dude? do you have a job? a paper route maybe? you dont work in a company you cant. Please go troll another site thanks
@Elemental_ In terms of business, the fourth quarter is the start of winter. Uhm the bulk of the world uses a fiscal year that starts Jan 1 and ends Dec 31. Even the US Government, whose fiscal year ends October 31st never refers to it's 4th quarter as Winter. As a DODD Navy employee I'm quite familiar with different fiscal year ends. What a bloody moron you are. I see you are Knight_Cid's alternate and you are no brighter than he is. I would give you my age, but you wouldn't believe me since you haven't learned how to comprehend basic English. But I've been paying taxes longer than you've been alive Jr. My daughter's more than likely older than you. I'll leave you infants to your nap time. Btw, let your parents know your diaper's full. Geez do they teach you youngsters diddly squat in school anymore? Darn that education system's failure.
Actually I was wrong about the US Government's Fiscal Year End by a month. The Fiscal year starts October 1 and ends September 30th. My error. Either way, I have never been in a business class in College where they have ever claimed the 4th quarter of the Fiscal Year as being Winter.
'What a bloody moron you are." I think this term is reserved for you for not knowing a damn thing about the game schedules, and how the gaming fiscal year works. please dont post if you dont know anything
So is this turn based or not? I guess I can deal with being able to move characters around, but I just miss my old school turn based systems.
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