Another leak for Bandai Namco right before E3 2019.
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It costs only a fraction of the 3DS version too.
Level-5 needs just a little more time with its next RPG.
Thank you, unexpected release date-revealing press release.
Bandai Namco is bringing Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom to PlayStation 4 in the US.
The studio behind Yokai Watch is ready for the Nintendo Switch, but it wants to understand the system first.
If you want to see Level-5's adorable collection of creepy monsters on the big screen, you've only got one chance.
Level-5's charming Pokemon-like still shows promise, but refuses to budge from its more irritating design decisions.
Professor Layton's daughter (plus one talking dog) go mystery-hunting in Lady Layton: The Conspiracy of King Millionaire Ariadne.
We sit down with Akihiro Hino to discuss Level-5's success in Japan, and how that success will translate to North America with the sequel on the way.
Yo-Kai Watch is getting a third instalment in Japan this summer, but Western territories have yet to receive any games outside the first one.
Pokémon's Eric Medalle and Professor Layton's Akira Tago darken March with their deaths.
A fresh start may give Level-5 the chance it needs to make their next Studio Ghibli collaboration great.
Level-5's monster-collecting RPG might not be wholly original, but it's perfect for lapsed Pokemon fans looking for a fresh take on a reliable formula.
One game wants to reach out to the youngest gamers, while the other offers a different spin on a popular universe.
Is there something Nintendo of America isn't telling us about Level-5's hit monster-hoarding RPG?
There's a thin line between mediocre and misunderstood, and sometimes the difference simply comes down to personal tastes.
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Level-5's addictive role-playing odyssey distills the essence of games like EverQuest and Final Fantasy XIV into a portable experience fit for one.
From Harvest Moon to Fantasy Life, doing digital chores has never been more addictive.
If you're looking for the same hooks but without the subscription fees, Nintendo's new life sim offers all this in an extremely convenient package.
Level-5 and Capcom bring together their biggest franchises in this all-new, all-magical crossover.