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Playable Ni no Kuni and Danbol Senki Highlight Level-5 Tokyo Game Show Booth

Fukuoka publisher has a big lineup of long awaited games going playable next month.

Ni no Kuni leads the way at Level-5's TGS booth.

Level-5 tends to have a big Tokyo Game Show booth. This year, expect the company's booth to be packed as such long awaited titles as Ni no Kuni PS3 and Danbol Senki go playable for the first time.

The company announced its preliminary lineup of games today. Set to get both the video and playable treatment are:

  • Ni no Kuni (DS)
  • Ni no Kuni (PS3)
  • Ni no Kuni Hotroit Stories (Mobile)
  • Mystery Room (DS)
  • Danbol Senki (PSP)
  • Kyabajoppi (Mobile)
  • Inazuma Eleven 3 (DS, Family Corner)

The company promises "other titles" as well. Included in these is a "secret" game that will be unveiled on September 15.

Of the playable games, Kyabajoppi, a comical hostess simulator for cell phones, and Inazuma Eleven 3 are already available. Ni no Kuni's DS and Mobile versions are due for release on December 9. The long awaited Danbol Senki, making its playable debut, is listed by the company as set for 2010 release. Mystery Room appeared in video form at last year's TGS and is due for DS release this year. Ni no Kuni's PS3 installment, announced just a couple of months back, is listed with a 2011 time frame.

Danbol Senki
Ni no Kuni PS3
Ni no Kuni DS
Ni no Kuni Hotroit City Stories
Mystery Room

Ni no Kuni does appear to be the focus of the Level-5 booth this year. The company says that its booth will be modeled after a castle that appears in the Ni no Kuni world. Those who sample games at the Level-5 booth will walk home with a special Ni on Kuni Tote Bag.

You can get a preliminary look at Level-5's TGS booth via its TGS special site.

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