Inazuma Eleven Go 2: Chrono Stones Has A Touch Of Saint Seiya

By Ishaan . September 21, 2012 . 3:35pm

More madcap soccer action returns in Inazuma Eleven Go 2: Chrono Stones, where Tenma and co. travel across time to gather players from different eras. Level 5’s new trailer for the game highlights some of the moves in the new game, one of which gives Tenma… armour and wings. It kind of looks like Saint Seiya!



Inazuma Eleven Go 2: Chrono Stones will be released on December 13th in Japan, in Neppuu and Raimei versions.

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  • Eliézer Dos Santos

    Well, there is a Pegasus Tenma in Saint Seiya: the Lost Canvas. xD

    • LynxAmali

       Wouldn’t surprise me if this was intentional, if only for that treason.

  • omeganeko

    Man i wish i had a Japanese 3ds right now.  I would so put beta on my team.

    • sd28

      great minds think alike

      • omeganeko

         lol the series really needs more of her.

  • Game seems to be more balanced than the current anime season. Tenma is like god while the rest of the team is just there for support..I prefer how it was in the original show, with the whole team having a meaning.

  • shion16

    This is too ridiculous xD
    Mixi max, Kenshin Armor………just shoot the ball to the upper left corner of the goal instead of aiming the goalkeeper.
    I play futbol, and i dont have to summon a giant to score a gol xD

    • I love how no matter at what angle they shoot it’s always a direct shot to the goalkeeper xD

    • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

      Lol, this is not football there. This is SUPER DIMENSIONAL SOCCER!!! That means there is a need to be ridiculous lol.^_^

    • Seleção Fiddler

       If it would be just a TV show I would agree with you. But since it’s a kind of RPG game I think it’s understandable that they want to create new gameplay elements for every new game that come out.

    •  To be fair, your goal keepers probably don’t summon giant hands or anything. If so, you might be more inclined to do some summoning of your own.

  • Gordy Wheeler

    Have any of these games gotten an english release anywhere? I suddenly REALLY want to try this series.

    • Glenn De Boer

      1 and 2 have been released in english so far following that is strikers and next year Inazuma Eleven 3 and Go with some luck

  • Nitraion

    What’s wrong with this anime? They now crossing time….. i dunno what i am watching… XD
    I remember i watching once on TV and when i saw GK MC creating literally a GODHAND
    I burst out laugh XD

  • Is that Joan of Arc? Playing soccer? Playing ridiculous anime soccer? This insanity appears to be right up my alley. I would love to get my hands on this series one day. Between the ridiculous special attacks, character fusion, and super armors, they’ve nailed almost every classic shonen comic perfectly.

  • Love this series, totally worth buying 2 Japanese 3DS’s (you need to connect both versions of the Inazuma games for the full experience).

    For those of you that haven’t, try out the series! It’s got everything. Great characters (all lovable in their own way), AMAZING music (Yasunori Mitsuda), really emotionally powerful scenes (very apparent in the 2nd/3rd games and somewhat in GO), TONS of content (over 2200 characters to use in the 3rd game), great gameplay that takes skill, and enough humor to round it off. This series puts Pokemon to shame, too bad it isn’t popular outside of Japan.

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