Nino Kuni sequel possible if PS3 version succeeds overseas - Level-5 CEO
Level-5 is confident about localised version's success; the DS version has been canned halfway, due to logistics issue.
Big in Japan Jan. 17-23: Kingdom Hearts PSP Final Mix
Rerelease of last year's Birth by Sleep with international version's extras tops the chart with ease; Monster Hunter Portable 3, Donkey Kong Country Returns take second, third again.
Big in Japan January 3-9: Monster Hunter Portable 3
Capcom's critter-killing beat-'em-up easily retains top software slot with 133,500 sales, but PSP loses hold on hardware crown.
Big in Japan Dec. 27-Jan. 2: Monster Hunter Portable 3
Capcom's PSP beat-'em-up maintains chart-leading position during uneventful cusp week; PSP sells nearly 100,000.
Big in Japan December 6-12: Monster Hunter Portable 3
Capcom's PSP action game retains top spot as Studio Ghibli-Level Five collaboration Ninokuni, Donkey Kong Country Returns spar for second.
Record attendance for 2010 Tokyo Game Show
More than 200,000 people swarmed the sweaty halls of Makuhari Messe in Japan last week, a new record for the CESA-organised event.
Ninokuni: Shikkoku no Madoushi Hands-On
We find out how Oliver winds up in the world of Ninokuni.
Studio Ghibli's Ninokuni coming to PS3 - Report
Delayed Nintendo DS game also coming to PlayStation 3, developed by Level 5 in association with Japanese animation house.
Ninokuni First Impressions
We finally get a chance to see the result of the collaboration between the talented Studio Ghibli and Level-5.
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