Food's alright really, isn't it? It tastes nice, stops us from dying and helps keep TV chefs from getting into trouble - let's face it, Gordon Ramsay would just be an angry man yelling in a bus shelter if it weren't for the food industry.
Brilliant Japanese role-player Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch has now shipped more than 1.1m copies worldwide, publisher has Namco Bandai announced.
Japanese developer Level-5, creator of the Professor Layton series and the excellent Studio Ghibli collaboration Ni No Kuni, has confirmed it is working on a new PlayStation 4 game.
Company boss Akihiro Hino revealed the project during an interview with Japanese site Nikkei Trendy (translated by Gematsu).
"It's still in the planning stages, but we are also working on a PlayStation 4 title," Hino teased. "We might be able to announce it soon."
UPDATE: Namco Bandai has issued its own announcement that it is bringing Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch to Europe.
Delicious Level-5/Studio Ghibli collaboration Ni No Kuni now has a Western subtitle of Wrath of the White Witch.
Impossibly lovely Level-5/Studio Ghibli collaboration Ni No Kuni is heading West, according to a GameStop report.
Dragon Quest IX developer Level-5 wants to know which of its Japan-only titles Western gamers most want to play.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood has crept into the weekly Japanese sales chart at number 10.
Level-5's forthcoming DS RPG Ni no Kuni will come bundled with a fully-illustrated hardback that will serve as a reference guide to the game's puzzles.
Renowned Japanese game-maker Level-5 has today properly unveiled the DS version of role-playing adventure Ni no Kuni, which is also on the PS3.