Inazuma Eleven 3 Uses A 4 Gigabit Cart, Too

By Ishaan . March 29, 2010 . 1:38am A little while ago, Level-5 president Akihiro Hino celebrated the successful "official" unveiling of Inazuma Eleven 3: Challenge the World on his Twitter feed. The game will release in two versions on July 1st — Spark and Bomber — for 4,980 yen.


Expanding upon its predecessor, Inazuma Eleven 3 will feature 2,000 characters and 300 special moves. As we’ve covered previously, it can also link up with Inazuma Eleven 2 to transfer characters over from the game.


Most interestingly, Inazuma Eleven 3 is the fourth game that will use a 4-gigabit cartridge. The others are Ni no Kuni, Tokimeki Memorial: Girl’s Side 3rd Story, and LovePlus +. What’s going on here? Did Nintendo drop the fees on their cartridges to give DS support a boost or are they giving preference to certain developers?

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  • MrRobbyM

    And we don’t even get the first one :(

    • We’re getting the first one this year. Europe is for sure, but the chances of North America getting it are fairly high, too, since L5 now have an office in the U.S. :)

      • Dark Cloud 3? ='(

        Edit: JESUS! just saw a vid of inazuma eleven 1 and it doesnt looks bad at all! i even got goosebumps, first time i feel this with a soccer game

        • I don’t like Level-5. Inazuma 11 is still the best RPG series of this generation. Get ready, wildarms!

      • MrRobbyM

        Didn’t know! Thanks :) Now I’m excited.

  • I dont think even the pokemon games use the 4gb cards..Lets see what 3DS uses

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