Oh Look, It’s An Angry Bull On The Football Field. God Bless Inazuma Eleven.

By Ishaan . December 4, 2013 . 11:58am

Yes, Inazuma Eleven is still as crazy as ever. In the upcoming Inazuma Eleven Go Galaxy, you’ll see phoenixes, rampaging bulls, lions, and even what looks like a MegaZord from Power Rangers making their way onto the bat— er, soccer field. All this and more in the latest trailer for the game below.



Inazuma Eleven Go Galaxy is slated for Nintendo 3DS release in Japan this week. The game will come in two versions—Big Bang and Super Nova—and you can read up on them here.

  • ivanchu77

    What is the chicago bulls mascot doing in this game? O_O

    • Tom_Phoenix

      I guess he figured that the golden days of the Chicago Bulls are over, so he might as well try his luck with another sport.

  • Hi from North America. We want these games, too, and you know they’ll be translated into English for Europe anyway. Put them on the NA eShop.


    • I second that. Let me just add a comment I made on Nintendolife a couple of month ago:

      Here is a quote from a wikipedia page on “soccer in the US:”

      “The largest category of soccer in the United States in terms of participation is boys’ and girls’ youth soccer. Soccer is one of the most played sports by children in the United States. In 2012, soccer was the #4 most played team sport by high school boys, and soccer overtook softball to become the #3 most played team sport by high school girls.[42] As of 2006, the U.S. was the #1 country in the world for participation in youth soccer, with 3.9 million American youths (2.3 million boys and 1.6 million girls) registered with U.S. Soccer.”

      Did you read that NoA? So now bring Inazuma Eleven state side please.
      Thank you!

      It’s not that translation would cost anything as it has ALREADY been translated for the UK.

      • Exactly. And they wouldn’t even need to manufacture it. Just put it on the eShop for gosh sake.

        Frankly, I don’t even have any interest in football/soccer, but I have interest in Level 5, and I love these games (I imported the DS ones from the UK); I don’t like golf either, but I still loved Mario Golf.

      • Will Jay

        Sorry, no one apparently wants to pick up the anime in America. Until that can happen, there’s sadly no chance of the games coming over to the US.

        • Mugiwara

          Why? The anime is based in the game, so they should bring the game before the anime.

          • Will Jay

            Level-5 has some silly mentality where EVERYTHING has to come over. It’s a “full package” with their multimedia projects to them.

            Though I personally agree with the sentiment that they should just release the games on the eShop in the US.

          • Mugiwara

            I see. So yeah, I hope one day they release at least in the eShop.

  • Will Jay

    Holy multiple story spoilers, Batman.

    Also the framerate there looks smoother than ever for IEGO. It’d be real nice if they managed to make the framerate nicer (not that there’s an issue with it in the first two), but for all I know it could just be bullshit. Then again, the Danball Senki Wars trailers kept the framedrops noticable, so maybe it is better.

    Either way my copy of Super Nova should be coming in on Tuesday or so at the latest. Can’t wait for it.

  • Guest

    Arata from Wars will appear and Fumi and Keta from Youkai Watch too :D


    • Will Jay

      There’s something about that on the game’s site, too.


    • Göran Isacson

      Ha ha, nice bit of in-company crossover action there. One wonders if Fumi and Keta will use yokai for their over the top super shots…

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