New Level 5 title announcements, release dates, and details

This should really have been posted much earlier, but due to certain unfortunate circumstances we were unable to make an update until now. I apologize.

Inazuma Eleven Go Strikers 2013 (Wii/WiiU)

The official site has opened, announcing the follow-up to the spin off series in the Inazuma Eleven series. As the title suggests, this time the soccer action game is based on the current Go series, and will feature characters from the recent games. The game is due to be released in Japan on December 20 for the price of 4980yen. The pre-order bonus is a pair of straps featuring the heads of some characters. Pretty creepy if you ask me.

The game will also be playable at Level 5’s booth at the Tokyo Game Show, and both Wii and WiiU versions will be released simultaneously.


Inazuma Eleven Go 2: Chrono Stone Neppu/Raimei (3DS)

The official site has been updated with the release date and price for both versions of the latest Inazuma Eleven sequel. The games will be released on December 13 in Japan for the price of 5500yen. The pre-order bonus will also be a pair of straps featuring the heads of some other characters. Different characters depending on the version of the game you get as well. The creepiness continues.


Inazuma Eleven 1.2.3!! (3DS)

The official site has an update announcing that the game will feature connectivity with Inazuma Eleven Go 2, with the classic characters in this trilogy release being recruit-able in the new sequel as well.


Little Battlers eXperience W (PSP/Vita)

Yet another official site update yields new information for this upcoming sequel for Level 5’s robot battling RPG series. They sure have been busy today. Various character and robot entries have been added for those who are interested in that kind of stuff. Of particular interest is the additional game content they revealed.

In various game arcades found in the game itself, players can engage in LBX Dungeon Battle – a game within the game. Here the player controls a robot in a side scrolling action game, but when the player character touches enemy robots, it switches to a more traditional 3D battle scene. Points earned from playing this game can be used to exchange from various items.


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