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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==
Dark Cloud
Dark Cloud 2
Rogue Galaxy


==Games==
==Games==
ninja
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