Level-5 Games Will Be Coming to the Nintendo Switch

Publisher behind Ni no Kuni and Yo-Kai Watch plan to bring future titles to Nintendo's new home console.

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Kashima657d ago

Why not bring most of their games on PS4 too?

BullyMangler657d ago


playstation is cool too

BrandanT657d ago

Competition drives the business more than whomever may be the current top seller.

OtakuDJK1NG-Rory657d ago

Because one thing is. Audience.

kowan656d ago

They're already making a big Ps4 JRPG though. Also most of Level 5's games are exclusive to Nintendo devices so it's only natural they continue with the Switch.

wonderfulmonkeyman655d ago (Edited 655d ago )

Because Sony already has more than enough third parties.
Switch is in much greater need of good exclusives from third parties than ps4 is.

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TheColbertinator656d ago

Yokai Watch for Switch hopefully

OtakuDJK1NG-Rory656d ago

It's possible. If they do bring to the Switch it will be Yo-Kai Watch 4 of course.

ThatGuyDart656d ago

All I want is Ni No Kuni 2 with the original packed in as a pre-order bonus. Ni No Kuni was the best JRPG last generation

OmnislashVer36656d ago

I'd argue Lost Odyssey, but I haven't played Ni No Kuni yet. I'd definitely try it on Switch though!

Segata655d ago


Also Dragon's Crown
Earth Seeker
The Last Story
Valkyrie Chronicles
Kingdoms of Amalur
Dragon Age Origins
Fragile Dreams

OtakuDJK1NG-Rory655d ago (Edited 647d ago )

one the best.
Ni No Kuni have to battle
Xenoblade Chronicles
Blue Dragon
Tales of Verpseria
Lost Odyssey
for that spot.

Having to played all five and beaten all but Lost Odyssey(I still can if wanted to) Xenoblade Chronicles is the best.

Rangerman1208647d ago (Edited 647d ago )

I'm guessing you only have an Xbox 360 and a Wii because you missed some other great JRPGS on the Playstation like Persona, Tales of Symphonia HD, Trails of Cold Steel, Disgaea, Valkyria Chronicles, Demon's Souls, etc. Hell, even Yakuza because of its RPG elements.

Segata655d ago

Ni No Kuni battle system needed work. It's the wrong kind of battle system for a grind heavy game. I have the Wizards Edition btw so not blindly hating it. Battle system been fine if the game had occasional battles and not a grind heavy game. I like grinding I do it in DQ games. Ni no Kuni was off balance in that regard so never finished it.

OtakuDJK1NG-Rory655d ago

That was my one of my only complaints about Ni No Kuni as well as the annoying Drippy.

wonderfulmonkeyman655d ago

I'd argue that Bravely Default is a good contender for best jrpg.

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