Expand also the license of Inazuma Eleven.
Level-5 is a developers and publishers of video games most important of the panorama japanese, with multiple licenses in its catalog -including –Dark Cloud, Yo-kai Watch and Professor Layton-. After announcing the acquisition Comcept, the japanese company confirms to DualShockers one of its intentions is to publish more games in the West.
Bringing the games to the West and expanding Inazuma Eleven
Level-5 wants to move a good number of their big titles to the West, as many end up staying without leaving the borders of japan. Lucy Pozniak, director of marketing and George Valko, the production manager in the company, have confirmed how it is changing the publication policy of the company.
“The policy change has been fun and also a challenge”, says Valko. “Everything that you try to generate a new initial frustration and a challenge, but we learned a lot, something that has become a company bigger and better. So we are really looking at how to bring our titles, knowing full well what we should do and where we want to go,” he explains.
Among the titles that can make the jump to the West, DualShockers question by the multiple sets of the series of football, strategy and role, Inazuma Eleven. “It’s something that we’re seeing, but we can not give you a definitive answer or concrete at this time”, concluded.
Phoneia.com (June 17, 2017). Level-5 wants to bring more of their games to the West. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/level-5-wants-to-bring-more-of-their-games-to-the-west/