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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by soulx, Oct 12, 2011.
Now this is awesome. 4 games that all seem great in one package! I love Level 5.
I'm not really into Layton, but really stuff like this is more than redeeming for Level 5.
And although all 4 games sound pretty cool, it doesn't sound like they plan to localize this
Should be better to have a service for indie games like the 360 has.
I love to pay and play indie games.
Okay, I'm sold.
Chances of localisation are low: This is why i hate region lock.
Level 5 have never dissapointed me before, hope they wont fail this time.
I already had this posted... I accidentally post it in the wrong section. (the 3ds game section)
Anyway, yeah, I'm liking the idea of this.
Hmm...will be interested to see just how this is marketed and if it comes to the States.
But honestly, you had me at "Level-5."
God... Level-5! You want my whole bank account huh?
Since when were Suda 51 and Matsuno(Tactics ogre,vagrant story) indie developers?
Anyway I'm so fucking pumped for this,all of those games are ones I'd play,even the airport game(but considering yoot saito is working on it it might have something unique in it)
So this is matsuno's first post square enix project?So glad it isn't aimed for children like he was planning.
yeah, because level-5 = layton.
japanese indie bundle? level-5 just does it right.
I think of Layton immediately whenever I hear/read Level 5, it's what they're best known for in the West. After playing the first Layton I went back and played some of their other games, they're a good company -- I just am not a fan of the whole puzzle game format.
I wonder if we'll see any more games like this (bundles kinda) if this goes successfully
Layton is what Level-5 are most famous for. Non of their other games are that popular over here
Level 5 has become a dominant force on handhelds over the last few years so I hope they keep their good streak up and don't fail us.
Took them long enough, about time they published my fucking games.
Honestly though, as the game's creator, I'm not too interested.