A new Level-5 RPG is now available on Nintendo Switch. Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl Gold gives players a food-heavy dungeon-crawling experience.
Level-5 released a new trailer for its upcoming mecha action RPG, Megaton Musashi. The new video adds thirty seconds of footage to its previous Jump Festa trailer.
Snack World: The dungeon Crawl Gold is coming to Nintendo Switch next month. Nintendo put out a new trailer giving a quick look at the game’s character customisation, combat, exploration, loot, and multiplayer.
Level-5 provided details and plenty of media for Megaton Musashi at Jump Festa 2020. The mecha action RPG will be coming to consoles and mobiles in Japan, though no date has been given.
Level-5 has confirmed the platforms that its newest cross-media title, Megaton Musashi, will be released on in Japan. The company also put out a teaser trailer ahead of the game’s playable appearance at this weekend’s Jump Festa.
A new Everybody Plays trailer is available for the upcoming Yo-kai Watch 4++ update. Japanese players, including PS4 owners for the first time, will receive the new content this December.
Level-5’s Snack World is coming west. RPGamers in North America and Europe will be able to join Chup and Mayonna in their quest to stop Sultan Vinegar and Smörg Åsbord on Valentine’s Day.
Oliver and Mr. Drippy travel from the PlayStation 3 to the Nintendo Switch, and other platforms, to take on the White Witch. The port is a faithful rendition of its original version, right down to the aggravating battle system.
Yo-kai Watch 4 is getting an upgraded ++ version in Japan this December. The release will see the game make its PlayStation 4 debut, with those who bought the original Switch version able to upgrade through DLC.
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.
Bandai Namco and Level-5 beckon you to return to the world of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch with their remastered launch trailer. Ni no Kuni will be released for Playstation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch this Friday.
Level-5 has revealed new screenshots for the Switch port of the first Yo-kai Watch game. The developer also announced a new update coming to Yo-kai Watch 4 later this year.
A new TGS announcement concerning Yo-kai Watch 4 confirms the game coming to PlayStation 4. Fans waiting for news of a western release, though, have longer to wait yet.
Sometimes it may seem as if Japan is another world, but what would another world be to the Japanese? Enter Ni no Kuni, a vast, Technicolor realm where anything seems possible, and familiar faces show up in the oddest of places.
Yo-kai Watch made its debut on Switch earlier this year in Japan with the release of its fourth mainline game. Level-5 is following that up by giving Switch owners the chance to play a remastered version of the first game on the console later this year.
During Anime Expo, Level-5 confirmed that there are plans to bring the recently-released Yo-kai Watch 4 west. No further details were given, however.
Warner Bros. has released an additional trailer for the Ni no Kuni movie. The film is set to hit theaters in Japan this August.
Bandai Namco is bringing Level-5’s Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch to new platforms. PlayStation 4 and PC owners will get a remastered version this September, with Switch onwers also getting a port of the PlayStation 3 title.
With Yo-kai Watch 4 launching in Japan next month, Level-5 has provided some more details about the game. The new details include a crossover with GeGeGe no Kitaro, the game’s version of Crank-a-kai machines, and the game’s new system for recruiting yo-kai allies.
Level-5 has announced a delay to the Japanese release of Yo-kai Watch 4 to allow for further quality improvements. Fortunately, the delay is not a long one.