The latest Inazuma Eleven title has undergone a troubled development. Level-5’s latest update reveals the game is now expected in 2021, with its story majorly changed from its initial plans.
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Inazuma Eleven Ares has suffered some development issues that saw it fail to launch before the anime series and even its sequel. Level-5 provided an update on the game, giving it a new spring 2020 Japanese launch window and a new title.
Level-5 provided some new updates on a pair of upcoming titles. Upcoming cross-media project Megaton Musashi received a new trailer, while Inazuma Eleven Ares receives a further delay.
A new Inazuma Eleven Ares trailer showcases a full 11-a-side match. Though the game sees the series move to Switch, many of its elements remain intact.
A couple of Level-5’s upcoming titles will take a bit longer to release in Japan. Both Inazuma Eleven Ares and Yo-kai Watch 4 have been pushed back a season.
Scott Wachter had the chance to check out the latest in the Inazuma Eleven franchise. What he learned playing Ares is that he clearly needs a Nintendo Switch.
Level-5 has released a new batch of Inazuma Eleven Ares details and screenshots. With the game appearing on home consoles, a few alterations have been made to its brand of soccer.
Level-5 celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year. In a press release marking the occasion, its US-based subsidiary revealed plans for a western release of the newest Inazuma Eleven title.
Level-5’s football RPG series is heading to PS4 and Switch in Japan this summer. The developer provided some new details and screenshots for the game, which takes place in an alternate world to the original series.
The fifth Inazuma Eleven title sees Raimon having to defend the very existence of football from a shadowy organisation from two-hundred years in the future. It may sound preposterous, but any excuse to get dinosaurs playing the sport surely is acceptable.
Nintendo of Europe timed the release of Inazuma Eleven GO to coincide nicely with this summer’s World Cup, but which provided the better version of the beautiful game? When it comes to bog-standard real-world physics against a setting where the ball can be turned into a boomerang surely there’s only one winner.
The Inazuma Eleven may have dealt with an alien threat to Japan last time out, but other nations are still oblivious to their footballing pedigree. Fortunately, the Football Frontier International is a perfect opportunity to rectify that.
The second game in Level-5’s football-RPG hybrid series has arrived in Europe. Does it conjure up a Firestorm of adoration, or does it get a Blizzard-like reception?
Football in Inazuma is a crazy game. Defenders summoning stone walls and forwards setting the ball on fire, but still without any of that “throwing” nonsense.