The final game in Level-5's Guild project—a series of small games released on the 3DS eShop including Crimson Shroud and Liberation Maiden—is coming to the U.S. next week.
Guild 01 for the 3DS was released last year as an anthology of games by 4 notable game creators. One of those games in particular is getting its own spin-off.
I'm quite interested in Crimson Shroud, a downloadable 3DS game that was just announced for release on December 13.
Here's a new trailer for three of the 3DS eShop games that are coming out this fall thanks to publisher Level-5.
Us lucky Americans could be getting our hands on Guild 01, the next game from Japanese developer Level-5 (Professor Layton, Dragon Quest IX).
Guild01 isn't like Professor Layton, Dragon Quest IX or any other of Level-5's recent big-named titles. Rather it's a budget anthology title sporting not one but four different—and completely unrelated—games by three famous developers (and one comedian). But despite that selling point, Guild01 has completely failed to…
Level-5's newest title, Guild01, is four games in one. Each of the four was made by a famous game creator (or in one case a comedian) and are completely unrelated in every way.
Level-5's newest game, Guild01, isn't really one game, but rather four games in one. Each of these games was created by a different director and have nothing in common other than the cartridge they come on.
Guild 01, the collection of 4 different games by 4 different directors from Level-5 for the 3DS, which will be hitting the stores in Japan on the 31st of this month, already has a sequel in the works. Guild 02 does not have a release date yet, but already it's looking to be as outlandish as its predecessor. So far 3…
Guild 01 is an upcoming 3DS game made by four different creators. It's not really "one game" per se, but four games.
Guild 01 is not your typical 3DS game. It features four games from four different game creators. Here is some gameplay footage.
In movies, it's not unheard of for several famous movie directors to team up, each contributing a short film to a larger motion picture. There are several examples, like New York Stories and Four Rooms. In gaming, it's rather uncommon.