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  • Blog Post: Fantasy Life Coming To The U.S. This Fall

    This fall gamers will be able to get their hands on this charming-looking action/RPG co-developed by 1-Up Studio and Level-5. Fantasy Life is already out in Japan, and it will land here on October 24. The game features a real-time battle system (with actions mapped to specific face buttons) and an item... More
  • Blog Post: Big 3DS Sale To Resume When eShop Comes Back Online

    Right now, a number of publishers are running sales in the 3DS eShop. Unfortunately, Nintendo has been struggling to keep that service afloat since Christmas. Atlus USA, Level-5, Nicalis, Renegade Kid, and others have slashed the prices on their downloadable titles. Here’s what you can look forward... More
  • Blog Post: Level-5 Talks Sales For Layton & Ni No Kuni

    Japanese publisher/developer Level-5 pulled back the curtain a little at its Vision press conference, announcing sales for the Professor Layton series and RPG Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. Not surprisingly, the Layton series has sold very well through its multiple trilogies – to the tune... More
  • Blog Post: Two New Professor Layton Games Still On Track For Next Year

    At today's Nintendo Direct transmission, the company re-iterated that both Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy (shown) and Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney are still on track for the 3DS. Both games are out already in Japan and scheduled to come out in the U.S. for the 3DS some... More
  • Blog Post: The Creator Of Mega Man Released A Game About Killing Bugs With Tanks

    Previously only available in Japan, Bugs vs. Tanks! for the 3DS has now made its way to North America. Created by Keiji Inafune, designer of games like Mega Man and Onimusha, Bugs vs. Tanks! is an action shooter that follows a shrunken tank battalion during World War II. Though the video below reminds... More
  • Blog Post: [Updated] Level-5 Teasing Something Beyond The Door

    Update: A reader has presented some evidence pointing towards exactly what game this tease could be referencing. The small corner of the logo that appears in the tease below matches up with the Layton Brothers: Mystery Room game that released in Japan for iOS devices. Could this mean that Layton Brothers... More
  • Blog Post: Ni No Kuni Developer Announces Three Smartphone Titles

    Level-5, developer of Professor Layton, Dark Cloud, and Ni No Kuni, is creating three new games for iOS and Android devices. The bad news? As of now, they’re releasing in Japan only. One game, Chikyu Kaimetsu teki B-kyo Kanojo, will be available in August. The other two, Wonder Flick and Majin... More
  • Blog Post: Level-5's The Starship Damrey Now Available On 3DS

    The critically acclaimed developer behind Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch and the Professor Layton series has released a new downloadable title on the 3DS eShop, which aims to take players on a strange sci-fi adventure. The Starship Damrey is the first game from Guild02 , a program designed to bring... More
  • Blog Post: Level-5 Registers Three Ambiguous Trademarks

    Level-5, the developer behind games like Ni No Kuni and the Professor Layton series, has trademarked three ambiguous game titles: Wonderflick, Rare Drop Adventurer Note, and Earth Devastating B-rank Girlfriend. Level-5 is responsible for the Guild01 and upcoming Guild02 titles , and it's possible... More
  • Blog Post: Level-5 Announces Three New Titles From Japan

    Japanese video game company, Level-5 , is introducing three new games this Spring for the Nintendo 3DS. The three new games coming to the Nintendo eShop are The Starship Damrey, Bugs vs. Tanks, and Attack of the Friday Monsters: A Tokyo Tale. They were recently released in Japan as part of the Guild02... More
  • Blog Post: Free Ni No Kuni DLC Coming To PlayStation Store

    The PlayStation 3-exclusive Ni No Kuni came out last week, and if you've been loving the game (or even if you haven't ), you should check out the PlayStation Store on February 12 for a surprise. Publisher Namco Bandai has revealed that players can download the Draggle familiar, which was previously... More
  • Blog Post: Ni No Kuni Demo Hits Tomorrow

    Have you been itching to step into the world of Ni No Kuni? With those graphics, we can't blame you. Thankfully, you're in luck as a demo is hitting PSN tomorrow in North America according to the PlayStation Blog . For those who don't know, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is a full-scale... More
  • Blog Post: Aero Porter Flies To North America

    Level-5, the company behind the Professor Layton series, is releasing Aero Porter, an airport-simulator and puzzle game. The game is the second of three downloadable games from the Guild01 collection to make its way to North America. The gameplay will focus on day-to-day operations at an airport through... More
  • Blog Post: New Professor Layton For 3DS In Japan

    Today in Japan, developer Level-5 announced what it says is Layton's last adventure – Professor Layton Choubunmei to A no Isan. Don't worry though, we don't think the series itself is going away anytime soon. The game was introduced during the Nintendo Direct presentation, and looks... More
  • Blog Post: Ni No Kuni Preorder Bonuses Announced

    Namco Bandai revealed pre-order bonuses for Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. Those who pre-order at Game Stop in the U.S. or EB Games in Canada get a special steel book case (see below). Pre-ordering the game through Amazon gets you the griffy familiar (see above), which was not available in the... More
  • Blog Post: You Probably Won't See Ni No Kuni Until 2013

    Namco Bandai said today Ni No Kuni is coming to North America this Winter, but we'll probably be getting it early next year. You see, Winter 2012 actually begins in late December and ends sometime in March. It's entirely possible Namco could release the game in December during the holiday period... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Announces Ace Attorney 5, Brings 1-3 To iOS

    He may not be Capcom's biggest name, but Ace Attorney fans will be happy to know that Capcom is working on another entry in it's goofy law adventure series. And those who haven't played the games can finally jump in with HD re-releases of the first three Ace Atrorney games on iOS. It's... More
  • Blog Post: Namco Bandai Publishing Ni No Kuni In North America, Europe

    Namco Bandai confirmed today it will publish Ni No Kuni, the amazing looking Japanese RPG from Level-5 and Studio Ghibli for PlayStation 3. “We are very honored to be working with the talented Studio Ghibli and Hisaishi-san on this game,” said Akihiro Hino, president and CEO of LEVEL-5 Inc... More
  • Blog Post: Japanese Luminaries Team Up For New Level-5 Games Collection

    Grasshopper Manufacture CEO Suda 51 (pictured), Final Fantasy Tactics director Yasumi Matsuno, and Seaman creator Yoot Saito are lending their talents to an eclectic 3DS project called Guild 01. Andriasang discovered the new project while paging through the latest issue of Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu... More
  • Blog Post: Studio Ghibli's Level-5 Team-Up Gets A New Name For North America

    We learned last month at Tokyo Game Show that Ni No Kuni, the RPG developed by Level-5 with animation by the beloved Japanese movie house Studio Ghibli, will be coming to North America. Now we know its North American title. Edge reports that the U.S. branch of Level-5 has applied for a trademark on the... More
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