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  • Charlie_Miso 5 Aug 2008 04:18:37 1,191 posts
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    oh yeah - like it clearly states in the post above mine.
  • ElNuevo9 5 Aug 2008 04:20:29 13,434 posts
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    Charlie_Miso wrote:
    oh yeah - like it clearly states in the post above mine.

    Observational skills - 20. :p

    Hated, adored, never ignored.

  • ecureuil 5 Aug 2008 04:22:24 76,831 posts
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    I'm guessing it won't be anywhere near playable unless you speak Japanese though.
  • captaineurogamer 6 Aug 2008 12:43:57 4,322 posts
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    Gonintendo reports famitsu gave it 9,9,8,10 = 36/40
  • Tonka 24 Sep 2008 06:45:54 20,459 posts
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    Any news on this getting english release?

    If you can read this you really need to fiddle with your forum settings.

  • Deleted user 25 August 2009 20:14:48
    Inazuma Eleven 2 promoted with a great bus.
    Official website also not mentioned yet.
  • ilmaestro 25 Aug 2009 21:03:38 32,460 posts
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    One doujin store in Shibuya has a big sign saying "we are looking to buy lots of Inazuma Eleven doujinshi". This worried me somewhat as to the potential tone of the second game. ^^;

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  • Deleted user 26 August 2009 09:09:32
    Can't play this unless you know Japanese?

    Quick fix: tape comical oversized afros to your mates' heads and give them Japanese slang words for 'penis' as nicknames. Then shout incomprehensible streams of Engrish at them as they powertackle each other into the dirt over and over again.

    Bonus points: set something on fire and throw it.

    Criminality points: run away when the police are called.
  • varsas 26 Aug 2009 14:20:49 2,403 posts
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    This has been mentioned in another thread but this is going to be released in the West!
  • sargulesh 26 Aug 2009 14:31:19 3,281 posts
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    Yup, great news. :)
  • Deleted user 26 August 2009 14:46:10
    Must've been mentioned in a secret part of the forum then.
  • HiddenAway 26 Aug 2009 19:34:01 14,894 posts
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    varsas wrote:
    This has been mentioned in another thread but this is going to be released in the West!

    SPILL!

    WHERE?

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  • varsas 27 Aug 2009 17:39:48 2,403 posts
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    No it was in the thread about up and coming games:

    http://www.eurogamer.net/forum_thread_posts.php?thread_id=156901&start=60
  • Deleted user 27 August 2009 17:52:01
    Not sure I can accept that as confirmation, but it's probably inevitable anyway.

    JinTypeNoir wrote:
    Back at some panel or something earlier in the year, somebody at Level 5 mentioned that they were going about localizing Inazuma Eleven, but it would take some time.
  • Deleted user 6 November 2009 20:53:24
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  • Deleted user 6 November 2009 20:56:12
    :o

    Spain-based Arait Multimedia and Japan's Dentsu have inked a deal for 104-ep soccer animation series Inazuma Eleven.

    Arait now has the TV and merch rights for Europe and a dozen territories in Africa for the series already airing in Japan.

    http://www.araitmultimedia.es/index2.html

    EPISODES: 104 x 30í.

    MAIN TARGET: boys from 6 to 12 years old.
    SECUNDARY TARGET: girls from 6 to 10 years old, boys 4 and 5 years old and boys 13 to 15 years old.

    TV animation INAZUMA ELEVEN is based on the popular videogame for Nintendo DS, (a hyper dimensional soccer RPG "Inazuma Eleven";), developed by the prestigious company LEVEL 5.

    INAZUMA ELEVEN is based on an incident from 40 years ago having to do with the legendary INAZUMA ELEVEN, with a bit of suspense, and the fun of a souped-up soccer, all rolled into one.
    These two central plots, join together to help build a totally new type of story.

    This is a story about a weak soccer team about to be shut down, battles hard to grow into a team that would even shake up the world! A story about these passionate boys.

    SYNOPSIS:

    The Raimon Jr. high soccer team is an unmotivated underdog soccer team with only 7 players. Due to the lack of players, games with other teams are out of the question, full of soccer fanatics who care about nothing other than themselves. The players are just playing around, not even interested in practicing.

    The team captain, Mamoru Endo tries to call the team together, only to have it fall on deaf ears. Mamoru is left to sit back and read soccer magazines, playing games in his mind, as the days dwindle by. A once famous goalkeeper, now he is stuck in a rut, with nowhere to use his skills.

    One day, a new kid comes to school, Shuya Goenij. He is a famous striker known for his legendary super shot, "Fire Tornado". His presence at Raimon brings Mamoru to try and rebuild the team, by getting Shuya to join him. All looked to be working for the best, when it turns out that Shuya had quit soccer because of "an incident". Even with Mamoruís insistence, Shuya refused to play. When, from out of nowhere, they receive a request for a game from "Teikoku Gakuen" (Empire Jr. high), and are told that the soccer team will be shut down if they lose.

    What can captain Mamoru do?

    International broadcasting:

    In Japan it is broadcasted by TV Tokio. TV animation airing from October 2008, It got very good audiences from their first episodes, and it is one of the most viewed in this category, by this reason, the Show move to Prime Time, every Wednesday at 19:26 to 19:55 just before of the News, Inazuma is the first animation serie that get this good air time.

    Licensing and Merchandising:

    In Japan, more than 170 licensees have already developed licensed products, such as trading cards, stationary, apparel, accessories, puzzles, collection toys, candies, etc.
    The prestigious companies as Tomy Company, Showa Note, Shogakukan are some of their partners.

    The launching of the Videogame for Nintendo DS in the Japanese market by Level-5 Inc. has been much success, on sale, over 1.200.000 units sold, and it will be adapted to his launching to other countries.

    BIG POTENTIAL to licensed products in all categories of products.
  • Deleted user 6 November 2009 21:16:39
    I added the full text from the flash site. I suspect the bolded part confirms it, but it's not very clear what that is supposed to mean actually.
  • ilmaestro 7 Nov 2009 06:11:27 32,460 posts
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    SECUNDARY TARGET
    Let's just hope this guy isn't working on the English subtitles.

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  • Deleted user 29 March 2010 04:21:48
    Next entry in the series announced.

    http://www.inazuma.jp/inazuma3/
    http://news.dengeki.com/elem/000/000/249/249706
    http://famitsu.com/game/news/1233405_1124.html
  • varsas 9 Jul 2010 09:32:44 2,403 posts
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    Good news: http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/inazuma-11-ni-no-kuni-heading-west-article
  • Charlie_Miso 12 Jul 2010 04:49:32 1,191 posts
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    At last! Great news!
  • Charlie_Miso 23 Nov 2010 23:50:59 1,191 posts
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    Jan 28th in Europe.

    Well according to these guys who say it's up on the Swedish Nintendo site.

    http://www.rpgfan.com/news/2010/701.html

    EDIT - oh, it's on the Front page. Stupid front page.

    http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2010-11-23-inazuma-eleven-heading-to-europe
  • Deleted user 24 November 2010 10:23:45
    I was starting to lose hope. Haven't there been two more DS games in Japan? Fat chance of us seeing them now.
  • varsas 24 Nov 2010 11:19:16 2,403 posts
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    Cid wrote:
    I was starting to lose hope. Haven't there been two more DS games in Japan? Fat chance of us seeing them now.
    I think 3 has just been announced or released. Given that Layton took so long to come over and the sequels have caught up I think we may see more Inazuma especially if they are going to make a thing of it with the anime coming to the west too.
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