Entries in 'level-5' (18)
Studio Ghibli RPG Ni No Kuni has joined the million sellers club on home consoles.
Professor Layton and Ni No Kuni developer Level-5 is currently developing three role-playing games for mobile platforms in Japan.
Namco Bandai's Ni No Kuni wasn't just last week's top retail game, it was also the top seller on PSN.
One of the most cherished titles in Nintendo’s portable arsenal has announced its move into the iOS market while Studio Ghibli’s beautiful RPG Ni No Kuni has been confirmed for ...
The latest Professor Layton DS puzzle adventure game will hit shelves in the UK and Europe in time for Christmas.
Japanese sales success Inazuma Eleven will hit UK shelves on August 26th, three years after its original release.
The popular Nintendo DS puzzle adventure series Professor Layton is making the leap to social game platforms.
The Nintendo 3DS shifted 209,623 units in its first full week on sale in Japan, outperforming every other format combat.
Professor Layton’s latest adventure was the best-selling 3DS launch title, with over 117,500 copies sold during the handheld’s opening weekend.
Developer Level-5 has announced that more than 11.4m Professor Layton games have been shipped worldwide.
Exciting 3DS crossover Professor Layton Vs Ace Attorney is currently only scheduled to be released in the Japanese market, co-developer Capcom has revealed.
Developer (and in Japan, publisher) Level-5 has announced that it is working on a crossover game featuring both Professor Layton and Phoenix Wright that will be released on Nintendo’s upcoming ...
The tie-up between acclaimed Japanese developer Level 5 and cult anime house Studio Ghibli is one of the more interesting releases on the 2010 calendar, and now a PS3 version ...
As part of its newly announced international expansion, Japanese developer and publisher Level 5 has stated that its long-term aim is to self-publish the critically and commercially popular DS series ...
The developers of Professor Layton have revealed they are not planning on bringing the hugely popular puzzle series to Wii.
The developers of the excellent Professor Layton and the Curious Village, which has been a big hit in the UK and Europe over the last six months, have confirmed at ...