Inazuma Eleven Go Will Continue The Series This Winter

By Ishaan . June 16, 2011 . 10:32am

Level 5 have two Inazuma Eleven games planned for release this year. The first one is Inazuma Eleven Strikers for the Wii, a more traditional multiplayer take on the fantasy soccer series. The second is a follow-up to the immensely popular RPGs, Inazuma Eleven Go, on the Nintendo 3DS.


Inazuma Eleven Go takes place ten years after the original trilogy of games, and starts a new protagonist, Matsukaze Tenma. Like the original series, Go takes place at Raimon Jr. High school.


Here’s an announcement trailer for the game from earlier in the year, in case you happened to miss it. You can find images of some of the characters on the game’s website as well. An anime series based on the story began to air in Japan last month, too.


Level 5 announced today that Inazuma Eleven Go will be released this winter. While they’ve been coy about revealing specific details, they’ve promised new game systems that will set it apart from previous games in the series.

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  • malek86

    Technically speaking, shouldn’t they make an Inazuma Eleven 4 before they can make a Go?

    • Ishaan

      I’m sure very few people understood that, hahaha. :p

      • malek86

        Not on this site, I think there should actually be enough people who get it here. But we’ll see :P

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          • Aaron Cameron

            wouldnt it be funny if thy making Strikers #4 lol

  • Tsunayoshi Sawada

    Really excellent series, hopes it comes to the US, 3DS version. 

  • ShinkaRaioh

    Ah yes, the pink haired dude, I have yet to start watching the sequel, but he’s definitely the one who struck me the most interesting, for “various” reasons, gotta love this girly style in Inazuma Eleven~

    • Buntar0

      Lol, same here.

  • Lai Chun Leong

    before that why they didn’t make inazuma 2 fire/blizzard and inazuma 3 ogre/bomber/spark to eur?
    only inazuma eleven 1 made it? =.=

    • ShinkaRaioh

      Lol, that’s an announcement for Japan, should they stay still until EU MAYBE gets the two sequels? Inazuma Eleven 1 isn’t even out that long in EU, patience my friend~

    • lostinblue



    How will Inazuma Eleven Go be any different from Inazuma 4?  

  • wharcraff

    I wish I could be happy about this. If only I had at least played Inazuma Eleven 1. But alas there is no such thing for NA audiences. All the same hope the Anime and games do well.

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