Wonder Flick, Majin Station, B-Rank Girlfriend Games' Promos Posted

posted on 2013-08-26 17:30 EDT by Jennifer Sherman
Level 5 to release mobile RPGs for iOS/Android devices this year

Japanese game developer Level 5 began streaming promotional videos for its Wonder Flick, Majin Station, and Chikyū Kaimetsuteki B-kyū Kanojo (Earth Devastating B-Rank Girlfriend) mobile games on Monday. Level 5 filed trademarks for Wonder Flick and Chikyū Kaimetsuteki B-kyū Kanojo in May.

Level 5 is developing Wonder Flick as a fantasy role-playing game for iOS and Android devices. The game will debut on iOS and Android devices in November, followed by PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 4, Wii U, and Xbox One version next year. The basic game will be free, but will include extra items that can be purchased.

Level 5 CEO Akihiro Hino (Professor Layton series) is directing the loot-focused RPG, Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu is handling the music, Nao Ikeda (Final Fantasy XII) is handling the character designs, and Takuzo Nagano (Professor Layton and Inazuma Eleven series) is designing the boss monsters.

The Majin Station (Devil Station) role-playing game is slated to launch for Android and iOS devices this winter. Level 5 again plans to release the game for free, but extra items can be purchased. Jirō Ishi (Time Travellers) is directing the game, Yuusuke Kozaki (Fire Emblem Awakening, Intrigue in the Bakumatsu - Irohanihoheto) is handling the character designs, and Takeshi Oga (Gravity Daze) is handling the devil and concept design.

The Chikyū Kaimetsuteki B-kyū Kanojo "slot battle RPG" features a cast of female characters in a post-apocalyptic setting. Level 5 released the game iOS devices on June 25, followed by an Android release on August 12. Level 5 released an update for the game called Chikyū Kaimetsuteki B-kyū Kanojo Z Uchuu Taisen on August 12.

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