Yo-Kai Watch is readying for global expansion, according to Level-5 president Akihiro Hino.
Speaking with Zakzak, Hino revealed the studio is eyeing overseas markets in preparation for an international launch sometime ne...more
Yo-Kai Watch 2 is officially a hit. The 3DS role-playing game from Ni no Kuni studio Level-5 sold 1.28 million copies in first four days on the Japanese market. Good lord.
Actually, the latest estimates put the ope...more
[Update: Japanese sales tracking authority Media Creates estimates the figure of Yo-Kai Watch 2 opening weekend sales to be over 1.31 million.]
Yo-Kai Watch 2 sales eclipsed 1,281,096 units after a mere four days on the ...more
Level-5 is considering international expansion for its popular Yo-Kai Watch franchise "in a big way," company president Akihiro Hino revealed to Weekly Famitsu.
It isn't hard to see why. The Pokémon-like property ...more
Woops, made myself sad again that Japan gets Level-5's Yo-kai Watch 2 and we haven't even gotten the first. I spotted at least two awesome cat monsters I just want to be friends with and give three in one tick, flea, and heart worm medicine to. more
Oh my gosh, that music is just as good as the music from the first Yo-kai Watch. Give it here, Level-5. Ni no Kuni did well enough and Bravely Default et al. have shown JRPG will sell on the 3DS in the Americas and Eurovisio...more
Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim is coming to PC for the first time in the West, XSEED just announced.
Nihon Falcom originally put out the action role-playing game on PC in 2003, but it didn't arrive in North America or Europe unt...more
Final Fantasy: All the Bravest was a travesty. It played itself, it was pretty abrasive in its pandering, and the microtransactions were so pushy that it was hard to enjoy it without feeling like you were constantly being sold something.
Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is another free-to-play game in the same vein, but it's a much better effort that doesn't feel straight-up insulting to fans.more
On Thursday, March 26, Obsidian Entertainment's new RPG Pillars of Eternity releases on PC for $44.99. Pre-ordering before launch will not only get you a few in-game digital bonuses, but you can save about $11.25 of...more