Runaway success life simulator from Level-5, Fantasy Life, had its trademark registered outside of Japan in the US. This follows on the heels of the registration being made last month in Europe as well. This is all pointing to the game being localised for other territories outside of Japan.
Level-5 have previously gone on record saying that they want to develop Fantasy Life into a new franchise. This should be a unique, niche title for the Nintendo 3DS that will garner a large following in the West.
Here’s a quick look at the games which set the charts on fire in Japan for the past month of February. The 3DS is absolutely killing it with 7 out of the top ten spots being available for Nintendo’s handheld.
No Wii U titles, which is a worry, but the odd Wii title managed to make dent with Taiko no Tatsujin Wii Super Deluxe Edition, addictive drum game at its best.
Time for yet another look into the sales for hardware and software from the Land of the Rising Sun. At this point though, are we really expecting to see anything different from the past year? Probably not but let’s take a look anyways!
The 3DS continues to stampede through anything in its path holding onto the top spot for hardware sales with Nintendo’s newly released next-gen console, the Wii U, holding onto 2nd place. Wii U sales did experience a slump down from the 122,356 units it sold last week however.
On the software front, Animal Crossing New Leaf continues to score for Nintendo taking out the top spot with 2nd place occupied by Fantasy Life, also for the 3DS. But, enough talk, let the charts below do all the talking.
01. / 01. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf
02. / 00. [3DS] Fantasy Life
03. / 04. [3DS] New Super Mario Bros. 2
04. / 02. [PSP] One Piece: Romance Dawn – Bouken no Yoake
05. / 05. [3DS] Paper Mario: Sticker Star
06. / 08. [WIU] New Super Mario Bros. U
07. / 06. [PS3] Fist of the North Star: Ken’s Rage 2
08. / 07. [3DS] Inazuma Eleven Go 2: Chrono Stone Neppuu
09. / 12. [WIU] Nintendo Land
10. / 09. [WII] Taiko Drum Master: Chougoukaban
The Nintendo 3DS exclusive title, Fantasy Life from Level-5 and Brownie Brown, was recently released in Japan and Nintendomination has managed to snag themselves the first 55 minutes of the game.
Fantasy Life is a Role Playing Game which allows you to choose how your in game character will be represented. This is done at the start of the game by choosing male or female, hairstyles, eye colour, hair colour, etc.
As with all the more cooler games from Japan, there is no word as yet whether this unique title will be released in the West. It’s a stunningly lush looking game, check out the trailer below.
A great life RPG simulation game was announced at Level-5’s weekend event called Fantasy Life which is bound for the 3DS. Get your first look at some footage below at this new title being developed by Level-5 and Brownie Brown.