Spanish preorder bonuses for Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold revealed

A manga or a poster?

Those who plan on preordering Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold in Spain will have a couple of options for preorder bonuses. Going with a preorder at GAME will get you the first part of the Snack World manga, while preorders at FNAC or MediaMark will include a 59cm x 42cm poster. There will only be 1,000 units of each item to go around, so make sure you lock in your preorder soon!

Little Town Hero's retail release heading to Japan as well

Big plans for a little game

Last week, NIS America announced a retail version of Little Town Hero for both North America and Europe. What about our friends in Japan, you ask? Rainy Frog has announced that they'll be stepping in to take care of things in that region.

The physical version of Little Town Hero will hit Japan on April 23rd, 2020, and is set to be priced at 3,850 yen.

Level-5 bringing Yo-Kai Watch 4++ to World Hobby Fair Winter 2020

There's always more Yo-Kai to catch

Level-5 has announced that they'll be showing off Yo-Kai Watch 4++ at the upcoming World Hobby Fair Winter 2020 event, which takes place Jan. 19th, 2020 in Nagoya, Jan. 25th and 26th, 2020 in Tokyo, Feb. 2nd, 2020 in Fukuoka, and Feb. 9th, 2020 in Osaka.

The game will be on display as part of the Yo-kai Gakuen Y anime booth at the show. Players can give the game a go, get some lessons on Yo-Kai Watch, and even win a super-limited “Benimaru & Awakened Enma” 5-star DX Medal by answering some trivia.

Ni no Kuni animated movie available on Netflix today

Grab some popcorn

Back in the middle of December, we found out the Ni no Kuni movie was going to see a Western release via Netflix. Just incase you forgot, here's your reminder that the film is now available to stream! Check out a refresher on what the film's all about below.

Two average teens go on a magical quest to save the life of their friend and her counterpart from another world...but love complicates the journey.

Level-5's CEO talks about their games repeatedly being delayed, and branching out in 2020

Always the perfectionist

Level-5 CEO Akihiro Hino sat down with Famitsu for a quick interview on the company's status, upcoming plans, and more. In one snippet, Hino teases new things to come for Level-5 outside of their usual games content, and also gives a brief explanation on why their upcoming projects have been pushed back numerous times. Check out the statement below.

I still can’t tell about things in detail, but other than games, anime, and movies, we’re also going to challenge new things so look forward to them.

Our development for games keep getting delayed, so it continues to make all our fans worry, but I want to properly build up titles we’re currently working on.

Inazuma Eleven: Heroes' Great Road may see yet another delay

Delay of game

Level-5 seems to be having a really tough time with Inazuma Eleven: Heroes' Great Road. The game has suffered setback after setback, and it appears another one might be on the way. While Level-5 hasn't said anything just yet, the official website has had a bit of a date change. The site recently stated the game would hit in Spring 2020, but for whatever reason, any mention of Spring has been removed. The site now simply states a 2020 release.

Yo-Kai Watch 4++ updated to Version 2.1.4

Level-5 has updated Yo-kai Watch 4/++ to Version 2.1.4 as of today. This update fixes a bug in the Pura-pura Busters mode where players couldn’t proceed after defeating Sproink (Nobose Tonman) or Hoggles (Onobori Kuroton), along with other minor bug fixes. This update also includes 1-Star Coin and 2 x Crank-a-Kai as a bonus.

Check out another round of gameplay for Megaton Musashi

Level-5 released a ton of info on Megaton Musashi for Jump Festa 2020, and we're still seeing content trickle out after the event's close. The official website for Megaton Musashi has a number of different gameplay clips and promos, which have been combined into the video above.

Level-5 releases new screens and art for Megaton Musashi, plus character, gameplay, and story info, along with new footage

A Megaton blow-out!

Check out more screens and art here

Level-5 has opened the floodgates on Megaton Musashi, sharing all sorts of details on the upcoming title. Check out the info round-up below, as well as new gameplay footage.

Destroy Alien Invaders in this Cooperative Robot Action RPG

Developed in collaboration between Weekly Shonen Jump and Level-5, Megaton Musashi is an upcoming cross-media project. The game is a cooperative robot action RPG feature online battles where players control a giant robot. Pilot a robot created through a concentration of Earth technologies and fight alongside friends against alien invaders.

—Join forces with friends in battles against huge enemies. Utilize your robots special traits such as attack, defense, and recovery to carry out various strategies. Dialogue scenes between characters also occur in battle.

■ Robots


Musashi is the strongest giant robot created through a concentration of Earth technologies. Its body stands over 60 meters tall and has a combination of three modules.

In addition to standard attacks such as its Photon Revolver, it also has a special weapon called the Defusion Blaster that it fires from its chest.


A support-type rogue that specializes in long-range combat.


A melee-type rogue that specializes in close-range combat.

Combine Parts

Freely combine parts to customize your very own robot. There is an infinite amount of potential combinations.

■ Story

This is a story about mankind’s counterattack to take back Earth from alien invaders.

In the year 2118, mysterious alien invaders called “Dracters” suddenly invaded the planet. Within a matter of days, they gained total control of Earth.

Earth was gouged out into the shape of a donut, and the planet became an alien nest. The humans that evacuated to the “Shelter,” a high-defense residential facility, planned their counterattack.

It was their last hope. The power to oppose the overwhelmingly huge arsenal of the alien invaders.

…its name was Musashi. A Megaton-class giant robot.

■ Characters

In order to take back Earth, three “Megaton-class problem children” that carry the burden of the planet’s future were entrusted with piloting the giant robots.

Yamato Ichidaiji (voiced by Toshiki Masuda)
The Sinful Fighting Fiend

An utmost psychopath. When he grabs the robot’s control stick, his personality changes. He possesses high aptitude as a pilot, such as good judgment and reflexes.

Teru Asami (voiced by Soma Saito)
An Elitist Without Compassion

A coldhearted narcissist. His grades are the top of his class. Calm, cool, and collected, he shows no weakness.

Ryugo Hijikata (voiced by Shunsuke Takeuchi)
A Fiery and Powerful Boss

A quick-tempered and hot-blooded boss-like character. While he often gets riled up, he is actually a reliable leader who looks after his own.


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