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Level-5 has closed its offices in North America

Level 5, developer of Ni No Kuni and Yo-Kai Watch, appears to have ended the operations of its US offices. Several sources report it, according to which both Level-5 International America and Level-5 Abby, ...

Level-5 has confirmed that a new Ni No Kuni is currently under development

In the past few hours, Level-5 president Akihiro Hino revealed that the studio is currently developing a new chapter in the Ni No Kuni series. The manager would have revealed the news during an interview with ...
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Ni No Kuni, remastered rumor

Some rumors regarding the Bandai Namco lineup have revealed 3 of the titles coming to E3 2019 of the Japanese company, one of which should be a new chapter of the Tales series, for the ...

Free is nice: Bandai Namco anticipates Christmas

The world of free "bazza" (reminiscent of my Bolognese past) is made up of word of mouth and it happens that sometimes it is you users who report interesting offers around the web. In this case a ...

E3 2021 - Godfall arrives on PS4 along with the new expansion

During the Gearbox Software event linked to E3 2021, new important news were announced for Godfall, the Counterplay Games looter slasher that was published ...

E3 2021 - Death's Door is the new game from the authors ...

During the usual extraordinary Devolver Digital E3 conference, the release date of Death's Door, the new title from the authors of Titan, was announced ...

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