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Since its inception, Level-5 has enjoyed a very close relationship with [[Sony Computer Entertainment]], with most of its titles funded by and produced in conjunction with the publisher. Since the release of ''Professor Layton and the Curious Village'' for the Nintendo DS in early 2007, however, the company has begun diversifying its product portfolio and focusing more on self-funding and self-publishing its titles in Japan with Nintendo's overseas subsidiaries distributing Level-5's games on the Nintendo DS.  
 
Since its inception, Level-5 has enjoyed a very close relationship with [[Sony Computer Entertainment]], with most of its titles funded by and produced in conjunction with the publisher. Since the release of ''Professor Layton and the Curious Village'' for the Nintendo DS in early 2007, however, the company has begun diversifying its product portfolio and focusing more on self-funding and self-publishing its titles in Japan with Nintendo's overseas subsidiaries distributing Level-5's games on the Nintendo DS.  
 
==PCSX2 compatibility==
 
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==Games==
 
==Games==

Revision as of 09:57, 8 May 2015

Level-5 Inc. (レベルファイブ) is an independent video game developer and publisher based out of Fukuoka, Japan. The company, which currently employs about 150 individuals, was founded in October 1998 by Akihiro Hino after he departed from the now defunct Japanese developer Riverhillsoft. Hino designs, plans and produces all of Level-5’s games, as well as serving as both President and CEO of the company.

Since its inception, Level-5 has enjoyed a very close relationship with Sony Computer Entertainment, with most of its titles funded by and produced in conjunction with the publisher. Since the release of Professor Layton and the Curious Village for the Nintendo DS in early 2007, however, the company has begun diversifying its product portfolio and focusing more on self-funding and self-publishing its titles in Japan with Nintendo's overseas subsidiaries distributing Level-5's games on the Nintendo DS.

Games

PlayStation 2

PlayStation Portable

  • Jeanne d'Arc (2006)
  • The Little Battlers (2010)
  • Ushiro (TBA)

Nintendo DS

  • Professor Layton and the Curious Village (2007)
  • Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box (2009)
  • Inazuma Eleven (2008)
  • Professor Layton and The Last Time Travel (2010)
  • Dragon Quest IX: Defenders of the Starry Sky (2009)
  • Inazuma Eleven 2: Kyoui no Shinryokusha: Blizzard (2009)
  • Inazuma Eleven 2: Kyoui no Shinryokusha: Fire (2009)
  • Professor Layton and the Specter's Flute (2009)
  • Level 5 Premium Platinum DEMO (2009)
  • Professor Layton and the Mask of Miracles (2009)
  • Ni no Kuni: The Another World (2010)
  • Fantasy Life (2010)
  • Inazuma Eleven 3: Challenge of the World!! (2010)
  • Atamania Series:
    • Sloan to McHale Nazo no Monogatari (2009)
    • Sloan to McHale Nazo no Monogatari 2 (2009)
    • Tago Akira no Atama no Taisou Dai-1-Shuu: Nazotoki Sekai Isshuu Ryokou (2009)
    • Tago Akira no Atama no Taisou Dai-2-Shuu: Ginga Oudan Nazotoki Adventure (2009)
    • Tago Akira no Atama no Taisou Dai-3-Shuu (2009)
    • Tago Akira no Atama no Taisou Dai-4-Shuu (2009)
    • Mystery Room (2010)

PlayStation 3

  • White Knight Chronicles (2008)
  • White Knight Chronicles EX Edition (2009)
  • White Knight Chronicles 2 (TBA)

Canceled

  • True Fantasy Live Online (Xbox)

This article has been partly taken from Wikipedia