A leak of a banner from this weekend’s New York Comic-Con showcases Bandai America’s involvement with the franchise:
Bandai has become worldwide license holder for the toys, and will presumably be releasing western versions of the ubiquitous model kits once the anime series hits TV. That’s Dentsu Entertainment USA’s job. They’ve employed Bluewater Studios in Calgary to dub the series in English (separate to the already existing Asian dub) and will launch sometime in Fall of 2013. Read the rest of this entry
Level-5 has released the second trailer for their upcoming theatrical crossover between Little Battlers eXperience W, and the soccer themed Inazuma Eleven Go:
The film itself opens December 1 in Japan. Those who preorder tickets will receive two sets of trading cards themed around LBX, and Inazuma Eleven. As well, this will entitle early ticket buyers to a password to unlock Ikaros Raimon Z in LBX W for PSP and PSVita. This LBX is simply Ban’s normal Ikaros Zero with a Raimon Soccer Club themed frame.
Level-5’s LBX Explosive Boost website has updated to reveal new information on the upcoming 3DS conversion. The title will hit July 5 in Japan at a somewhat budget price of ¥4,400. The new 3DS conversion features touch controls, new weapons, LBX from the LBX W anime, and an expanded multiplayer component. Level-5’s redesigned same came alongside a variety of new screenshots: Read the rest of this entry
LBX W to feature female lead Ran Hanasaki, while LBX Explosive Boost features six player multiplayer
This month’s CoroCoro Comic reveals new information regarding LBX W, and LBX Explosive Boost for 3DS. LBX W will feature Ran Hanasaki, the female character from the LBX W anime. The fiery red head and her Minerva LBX will be feature alongside Ban, and Hiro. It is not confirmed if Ran will be a playable character. CoroCoro also revealed that LBX W will contain user created designs. Read the rest of this entry