It's been a long time coming, but Namco Bandai has finally localised Ni No Kuni for the West. The epic RPG from the makers of Professor Layton and the studio behind Spirited Away and Ponyo got together to make the game in Japan back at the end of 2011, so it has taken well over a year to prepare it for English-speaking audiences. Thankfully, though, the localisation team not only has recorded English voice-overs, but has kept the game's idiosyncrasies as well--tweaking the character of Drippy so that his original Osaka accent is replaced with a Welsh accent.
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