What does "Ni No Kuni" mean?

#1Ceadeus99Posted 2/3/2013 8:21:38 PM
Or is it just some random name for the title of the game?

I don't actually have the game yet, so maybe it's explained in it.
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#2xdividebyzeroxPosted 2/3/2013 8:22:17 PM
It literally means "The Second Country."
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#3j-pdx38Posted 2/3/2013 8:22:48 PM
I could be wrong but I believe loosely translated it means "In another world."
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#4LeanaunfurledPosted 2/3/2013 8:22:55 PM
It's Japanese. 'Ni' is two, 'kuni' is country, and 'no' more or less shows ownership. Pretty much, 'The Second Country.'
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#5Ceadeus99(Topic Creator)Posted 2/3/2013 8:23:42 PM
Okay, thanks, pretty interesting.
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#6DualShooter23Posted 2/3/2013 8:24:00 PM
Hmmm interesting. Good question and thanks for the answer. I've always wanted to find out, but I forget to check.
#7ZEOPOWER6Posted 2/3/2013 8:28:24 PM
It was originally subtitled with "The Another World" so I suppose that is what Level-5 wanted to have the name mean. :D
#8j-pdx38Posted 2/3/2013 8:29:25 PM
ZEOPOWER6 posted...
It was originally subtitled with "The Another World" so I suppose that is what Level-5 wanted to have the name mean. :D


I thought I heard/saw "another world" somewhere. Thanks for clarifying.
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