And of course there are different editions available
Ahead of its January 19, 2018 release, Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom is finally available for a PS4 and PC pre-order.
Players will have a choice of three different editions to choose from, with the physical Standard Edition arriving with some delightful postcards for Â£55, the â€˜Princeâ€™s Editionâ€™ comes with a season pass, and a â€˜Making Ofâ€™ Blu-ray, all wrapped up in a steelbook case â€“ but itâ€™ll set you back Â£85 on PS4, and Â£70 on PC.
Finally, thereâ€™s the Kingâ€™s Edition, which comes with a season pass, the â€˜Making Ofâ€™ blu-ray, a soundtrack of the game on a vinyl record, a 148-page book of the gameâ€™s art, and an â€˜Evolution of the Kingâ€™ figure which stands at 20cm tall and plays the gameâ€™s theme song, and costs an astonishing Â£140 on PS4 and Â£130 for PC.
If none of that is really your thing, you can pre-order a digital copy of just the game for Â£50 on PC â€“ but, you never know when a singing figure of a child king will come in handy. And Bandai have confirmed that any pre-order of the game will get players a â€˜special sword set.â€™
Finally, if youâ€™re considering getting the Princeâ€™s or Kingâ€™s Edition for the season pass, Bandai have also confirmed that the two additional pieces of content will be available for stand-alone purchase for Â£20.
So, will you be pre-ordering Ni no Kuni II? Or will you wait for the reviews first? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @GGSgamer.