Tags : Level 5

Level-5 reportedly ceasing North American operations

In a report released by GamesIndustry.biz, the North American offices of developer Level-5 are being run by a “skeleton crew”, having laid off most of their staff in 2019. Level-5 are most known these days for the Yo-kai Watch and Professor Layton series, though they also worked on RPGs like Dark Cloud and Rogue Galaxy […]Read More

Mobile MMO Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds opens official website

Whether you like it or not, mobile gaming is still a good source of cash for publishers. Level-5, despite already have at least one failed title in the past, are still not done with mobile games. They’re teaming up with Netmarble to create Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, an MMO based on their somewhat popular […]Read More

Bandai Namco outline upcoming Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom launched back in March to decent critical acclaim and, despite launching alongside a possible Season Pass that could be purchased, we had little information on what the DLC plan was for the game or when it would arrive. However, Bandai Namco this morning finally broken their silence on the […]Read More

Ni no Kuni II Hard and Expert Difficulties Introduced

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom released back in March to much praise, including my very own review for it, and now it’s received its biggest update yet with hard and expert difficulties being introduced, as well as existing bugs being fixed.     Get a look at the trailer below showcasing the differences between […]Read More

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom Review – Pure Magic

Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom has been primed to be a must play game of 2018 since it was announced – more so, since its delay from 2017 was revealed. Revenant Kingdom will undeniably put up an amazing fight when people think over their favourite games of 2018, because it’s simply one of the […]Read More

Ni no Kuni II Preview – Ni No Knocked It

Having been invited to the regal Hever Castle to get my hands on Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, I found myself wishing two things. One, that the game was releasing sooner than late March, and two, that I wasn’t going to be haunted by various spirits during the night.   Ni no Kuni: Wrath […]Read More

Ni No Kuni II Behind the Scenes Delves into Characters

Ever wondered what goes into creating the characters of Ni No Kuni? Well, wonder no more because Bandai Namco and Level-5 have released a video talking about the development and details of each character. Watch Ni No Kuni II Behind the Scenes: Giving Life to the Characters below, ahead of the game’s release in March! […]Read More

Layton Mystery Detective Agency: Kat’s Mystery-Solving Files Anime Announced

The Professor Layton series has a huge following and despite being ripe for an anime adaptation, we’ve only ever had the fantastic Eternal Diva movie. That’s now changing with Layton Mystery Detective Agency: Kat’s Mystery-Solving Files which will see Katrielle Layton as she solves various mysteries.   Katrielle is still searching for her father, Hershel Layton, but […]Read More

Ni No Kuni II Delayed, and My Tears Are Brought

Those dreaded words have been uttered – Ni No Kuni II delayed. Whilst the delay may push the date back, Bandai Namco has brought my tears forward as I struggle to come to terms with that, come January, I won’t have Ni No Kuni II and it’s beautiful collectors King’s Edition in my hands.   You […]Read More

Ni No Kuni II Collector’s Edition Revealed

Bandai Namco have revealed the Ni No Kuni II Collector’s Edition, with a smaller Limited Edition being produced alongside it. The King’s Edition contains a wonderful plethora of content which makes it one of the best Collector’s Editions to date, and the Prince Edition isn’t too shabby itself!   The content varies between Europe and […]Read More