The latest issue of Famitsu magazine has an interview Akihiro Hino, President and CEO of Level-5. This interview came after Level-5 hosted their Vision 2023 event, which showcased a ton of titles heading to Switch. While this interview wasn’t heavy on fresh details, there were a few new tidbits covered. You can see a round-up of that information below.

Fantasy Life i: The Girl Who Steals Time

  • Keiji Inafune will act as the producer
  • two new jobs will be included
  • these two unknown jobs are not Farmer and Postman


  • the dev team has been working on the game for about three years
  • the concept was to create an RPG with a mystery plot
  • the team wanted to make something as engaging as Professor Layton
  • the game was originally going to be marketed as “the next game from the creators of Professor Layton”
  • the game was also going to be touted as the spiritual successor to Professor Layton
  • with the reveal of Professor Layton and the New World of Steam, the devs decided taking that route was not longer appropriate
  • combat involves negotiating with criminals
  • you can engage with enemies in order to convince them to give up
  • if negotiation fails, regular combat will play out as usual
  • criminals will be arrested upon winning

Megaton Musashi: Wired

  • includes two different frame types for the mechs: Gorilla and Slim types
  • new crossover mechs will appear

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