Does This Japanese Soccer RPG Look Better On The 3DS? Yes

Does This Japanese Soccer RPG Look Better On The 3DS? Yes

Level-5, the folks behind Professor Layton, are bringing the first three Inazuma Eleven Nintendo DS games to the 3DS with sharper graphics. Above, you can see how the original graphics stack up to the 3DS ones.

As part of Inazuma Eleven‘s fifth anniversary, the three games will be out this winter as a single compilation called Inazuma Eleven 1, 2, 3: Legend of Mamoru Endou. This winter, Level-5 will also put out the next Inazuma Eleven game, Inazuma Eleven Go: Chrono Stone.

Inazuma Eleven Comparison Screenshots Show Sharper Mark Evans On 3DS [Siliconera]

Inazuma Eleven 1, 2, 3 Coming To Nintendo 3DS As A Compilation [Siliconera]


  • Loved Inazuma Eleven 1 (not the fucking voice acting though) and I need to hurry up and play the sequel.

    But the graphics look pretty much the exact same here. Not surprising, considering the 3DS is a last-gen handheld.

    • The 3DS is not a last-gen hand-held. What’s the criteria to determine what generation something is? The tech behind the device, the graphic capability or the games that get released on it? OR, is it the pure and simple fact that a new generation device/console is merely a new addition to a library of consoles which were released before it.
      Saying the 3DS is last generation console is like saying a new born baby is last generation. It just doesn’t make sense.

      I’m not bashing your comment but just kinda tired of reading and hearing about something being called last gen when it’s not.

  • graphics do not define “next gen” rather console manufacturers do and since i’m on the topic of graphics the 3ds is a powerfull system ie. res revelation

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