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Level-5 Vision 2023 Event Shows Professor Layton, Inazuma Eleven

Level-5 Vision 2023

Publisher/Developer Level-5 delivered a number of new project announcements this year, and its next big event will have more information about them. The Level-5 Vision 2023 livestream event is scheduled for early March 2023. It’ll stream on March 9, 2023 at 3am PT/6am ET/8pm JST, via Level-5’s official YouTube channel. Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road and Professor Layton and the New World of Steam will be among the games appearing.

Though the company hasn’t detailed exactly what it plans to reveal, the event will feature new details about recently announced games like Professor Layton and the New World of SteamFantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time, and Deca PoliceAll three games were announced during the February 8, 2023 Nintendo Direct broadcast. Additionally, the Level-5 Vision 2023 event will bring more info on the previously announced Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road and Megaton Musashi Wired. 

Of the featured games in Level-5’s event docket, two notable pieces of info can be gleaned. First is that Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road is the official English title for the game. The Japanese title translates to Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road of Heroes. This suggests that Level-5 intends an international release for the game.

A second new bit of info is the existence of Megaton Musashi Wired (or Megaton Musashi W). The game appears to be a new entry in the series (or perhaps an updated release), and includes an English-formatted logo and design. As with Inazuma Eleven, the changes suggest international release plans. At the moment the Megaton Musashi franchise, both its anime series and the Megaton Musashi X game, are Japan-exclusive.

The Level-5 Vision 2023 streaming event launches on March 9, 2023 at 3am PT/6am ET/8pm JST on YouTube.

Josh Tolentino
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