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Submitted by Mystery-Food-X 1014d ago | news

The Next Game From The Makers Of Professor Layton Could Be Coming To U.S. Shores

Jason Schreier:

Us lucky Americans could be getting our hands on Guild 01, the next game from Japanese developer Level-5 (Professor Layton, Dragon Quest IX).

Guild 01, a compilation of four games for 3DS that includes titles from Sim Tower creator Yoot Saito and Vagrant Story designer Yasumi Matsuno, was released in Japan earlier this year. So far, we haven't heard anything about a U.S. release.

Things could change soon. Level-5 has registered trademarks for Crimson Shroud and Liberation Maiden, two of the games in this compilation (as pointed out by Siliconera). Though that doesn't necessarily mean Guild 01 will make it here—we could very well see the games separately, or not at all, if something changes along the way—it's a good sign for anyone looking forward to Level-5's latest. (3DS, Level-5, Nintendo DS, Wii)

nintendojunkie28  +   1013d ago
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