This summer, Square Enix will be collaborating with Level-5 as the mischievous Yo-Kai from Yo-Kai Watch will be invading Final Fantasy XIV. A limited timed event, players will be able to
Ready for more Yo-Kai? Nintendo of America announced that Yo-Kai Watch 2 will be released on September 30th for the Nintendo 3DS. The game will be released in two different
I’ve been following the popularity of Yo-Kai Watch (also known in Japan as Yokai/Youkai watch in Japan) for the last two years after it exploded in the Japanese scene. While my draw
With the release of Yo-Kai Watch arriving in North America on November 6th, Nintendo has announced a Yo-Kai Watch 2DS bundle which will be available upon the game’s release. The
Yo-kai Watch has seen a lot of success in Japan back in 2013, and the video game and anime series finally arrive in North America starting next month. The series, developed
Dentsu Entertainment USA and Level-5 Inc is bringing Japan’s hit anime Yo-Kai Watch to North America later this year on Disney XD. In Japan Yo-Kai Watch is so huge that kids and parents
The final game in the Japan-only GUILD01 series, Weapon Shop de Omasse will finally be arriving at the Nintendo eShop next week. Written by comedian Yoshiyuki Hirai, Weapon Shop de Omasse is a comedy-RPG
Level-5’s soccer RPG series, Inazuma Eleven, has seen success in Japan and Europe, but for some reason the game has never made it to North America…that is until today. During the
The final adventure of the Professor Layton saga, Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy has Layton, Luke and Emmy researching the civilization of the Azran. After discovering the remains of an Azran
Level 5 has gone out on a limb to help develop and publish a handful of smaller titles for the 3DS; a few that are quite different from the norm.
Oh the woes of waiting for video games. If you’re waiting for a Japanese game, add about one and a half more years of woes thanks to inefficient localization techniques.
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is about a boy named Oliver who travels to a parallel world to become a magician in hopes to resurrect his dead
Ni No Kuni, a game developed by Level-5 (Dragon Quest 8, 9), will soon be released in Japan on November 17th on PS3 in Japan. Given that Square-Enix published the