Sony republishes Ni no Kuni in the European PlayStation Store to fix download error

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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