Sony republished Ni no Kuni on the European PlayStation Store today to fix an error that prevented those who purchased the digital version from playing the game, according to a post on the official PlayStation Europe twitter account.
Players who downloaded Level-5's role-playing game received an error after installation. In response, PlayStation Europe announced via Twitter it would republish the game. The tweet confirms a post in the PlayStation Forum from a user who said that Sony would have a fix "up in a few hours to download."
A tweet published at 10:37 a.m. ET said that affected players need to "visit the Store and make a free purchase of the game to receive the second part of the download."
The European pre-order bug comes in the wake of a North American pre-order problem that left some customers who pre-ordered the Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch - Wizard's Edition empty-handed. Publisher Namco Bandai blamed a "glitch within our E-commerce provider's ordering system" for the error and announced that it will compensate those affected with a 400-page hardbound copy of the game's strategy guide.
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