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Omasse Rental Weapon Shop was the only game in the Guild01 series not to be released on the western 3DS eShop. That could be changing soon though, based on a new rating from the OFLC.

The Australian classification board added a new entry to its database today for “Omasse Rental Weapon Shop”. Such a listing is a strong sign that the title will finally head to North America and Europe. Hopefully we’ll be hearing something official from Level-5 soon.


Two significant Level-5 developers shared teases about what lies ahead for the company as part of a feature on Japanese publication 4Gamer.

Director Atsushi Sugano first told the site:

“In 2013, we released Fantasy Life Link!, which corresponded to our ‘connecting’ network theme. That was our answer to those from our development staff and players who voiced ‘I want to play more,’ and I’m grateful we were able to meet those expectations.”

“Again, while I can’t say more, there’s one more approach through which we’re currently challenging ourselves. I believe that ‘even if we go against predictions, expectations must be met’ when it comes to creativity.”

“We’re all currently working at our best to prepare something, so please wait just a little longer.”

Level-5 CEO Akihiro Hino was next. He stated the following:

“In the midst of a rather sluggish consumer game industry at the moment, I believe that the industry needs a ‘new game’. We’ll try our best to make a new title that’ll surprise all of you, so please look forward to that.”


Inazuma Eleven may finally make its debut in the US, if a listing on Nintendo’s website is to be believed. An inclusion on the company’s release calender page includes a Q1 2014 launch for “Inazuma Eleven” without any further details.


Nintendo has yet to announce any of the Inazuma Eleven titles for North America. Could this listing be nothing more than an error?

If it is indeed legitimate, we’re hoping that Inazuma Eleven 1-2-3 will make its way over rather than simply the first game, as the former product bundles together the series’ first three releases.

Source, Via

None of Level-5’s Inazuma Eleven games have launched in North America. But that may be changing in the future, if a new trademark is any indication.

Level-5 registered a trademark for Inazuma Eleven in the US way back in January 2010. That filing has since expired, but a new trademark has popped up recently. The latest trademark is similar to the previous one, but with an additional provision for use with animated entertainment and online distribution.


Wonder Flick trailer

Posted on 7 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in Videos, Wii U | 0 comments

Note: Trailer showcases mobile footage, though the console release shouldn’t be too different…