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Nintendo Publishing Inazuma Eleven In Europe

By Ishaan . November 23, 2010 . 11:07am

At long last, Inazuma Eleven is being released outside Japan. First screenshots inside.

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Inazuma Eleven Strikers Is Level 5′s Take On Fantasy Soccer

By Ishaan . September 17, 2010 . 5:31pm

Inazuma Eleven Strikers looks more like a traditional multiplayer soccer experience than its Nintendo DS brethren. With all the craziness you’ve come to expect of the series of course.

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Level 5 CEO Hints At North American Releases

By Spencer . July 8, 2010 . 6:23pm

When asked about Inazuma Eleven and Ni no Kuni, Hino replied to Nintendo Power, “I don’t think it will that be long before you’re able to play these games.”

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Get Ready For Even More Inazuma Eleven

By Ishaan . June 27, 2010 . 11:01pm

Lots more. At an Inazuma event, Level-5 confirmed Inazuma Eleven Break for Wii and teased Inazuma 4 without mentioning a specific platform.

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Inazuma Eleven Scores Arcade Game Thanks To Atlus

By Spencer . June 4, 2010 . 7:38am

Shin Megami Tensei makers Atlus and Level 5 are working together to bring the popular soccer series Inazuma Eleven to arcades.

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Level 5 Opening Santa Monica Office This September

By Spencer . June 1, 2010 . 11:52pm

Professor Layton and Ni no Kuni developer Level 5 is about to open their first office in the West. Level 5 International America will open their doors this September.

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Inazuma Eleven 3 Uses A 4 Gigabit Cart, Too

By Ishaan . March 29, 2010 . 1:38am

The third Inazuma Eleven game goes on sale July 1st in Spark and Bomber versions.

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Inazuma Eleven 3 Kicks Off This Summer

By Spencer . February 15, 2010 . 1:31am

Watch out Endo, here comes the world! Level 5 has Inazuma Eleven 3: Challenge the World planned for this summer.

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Report: Level 5 Opening Office In North America

By Spencer . February 9, 2010 . 2:48pm

Level 5 is going a leap beyond licensing Professor Layton. Akihiro Hino, President, plans on bringing Level 5 (the company) to North America.

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Level 5 Opens Tokyo Office For “Overseas Business”

By Spencer . January 14, 2010 . 3:00am

Level 5 is expanding beyond their headquarters in Fukuoka. The Professor Layton and Inazuma Eleven developer opened a new office in Tokyo.

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Maybe, We’ll See Inazuma Eleven In North America

By Spencer . January 12, 2010 . 2:31am

Level 5 is set on bringing Inazuma Eleven to Europe, but haven’t said anything official about North America. Seems like Level 5 is laying the foundation to bring the DS game here, though.

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Inazuma Eleven Coming To Europe In 2010

By Ishaan . December 16, 2009 . 9:04am

Even if it’s only in Europe, it’s much better than no English language version at all.

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Level 5 Linking Layton And Key Franchises To ROID

By Ishaan . August 3, 2009 . 11:14am

Level-5 teases Inazuma Eleven Future and both Professor Layton and Ni no Kuni projects for ROID.

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Celebrating the Rise of Level-5

By Ishaan . August 2, 2009 . 3:20pm

Astounding then, that an up and coming publisher like Level-5 — far from the 320-pound* gorillas like Square Enix and Capcom — could not only introduce two new IPs in Japan in these past three years, but also successfully spin them off into other forms of media.

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Level-5 Teases Three Unannounced Projects For Vision 2009

By Ishaan . July 16, 2009 . 8:52pm

Level-5 have updated their website confirming that they will be revealing three unannounced projects at their Vision event later this year.