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Inazuma Eleven series

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Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Erebun
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Creator: Akihiro Hino
First game: Inazuma Eleven (2008)
Best-selling game: Inazuma Eleven 2 (combined) (1.38 million copies)
Latest game: Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy: Big Bang / Supernova (2013)
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The Inazuma Eleven game series had its first video games released in Japan in 2008, based upon and following the events of its respective anime. A new entry in the series was released every subsequent year, all of which developed by Level-5. Level-5 published the games in Japan. In 2011, The Inazuma Eleven anime was dubbed for European audiences and broadcast on Cartoon Network, and the first game in the series was released in Europe accordingly. The entire series prior to the release of Inazuma Eleven GO was released in Europe. One day before Inazuma Eleven 3: Team Ogre Attacks! was released in Europe, the series finally débuted in North America, with a Nintendo Shop release of the original game. Some episodes of the anime also became available to watch on the eShop. Europe now has two of the three Inazuma Eleven GO titles. The third entry, Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy, has not been confirmed for a European release, but a European trademark has been filed under the name.

The Inazuma Eleven Strikers series on Wii allowed players to participate in Inazuma Eleven-style association football matches on Wii, with the second entry even featuring an online mode. The games were comparable to Super Mario Strikers, and its sequel Mario Strikers Charged.

A seventh entry in the Inazuma Eleven series has been announced for a Japanese release, alongside an anime season. The game will be called Inazuma Eleven: Ares no Tenbin, which was trademarked in Europe as Inazuma Eleven Ares.

Games published by Nintendo

Game JP release NA release EU release AUS release KOR release Platform
Original series
Inazuma Eleven 2008 2014 2011 N/A N/A Nintendo DS (Japan, Europe)
Nintendo 3DS (North America)
Inazuma Eleven 2: Firestorm/Blizzard 2009 N/A 2012 N/A N/A Nintendo DS
Inazuma Eleven 3:
Lightning Bolt/Bomb Blast
2010 N/A 2013 N/A N/A Nintendo DS (Japan)
Nintendo 3DS (Europe)
Inazuma Eleven 3: Team Ogre Attacks! 2010 N/A 2014 N/A N/A Nintendo DS (Japan)
Nintendo 3DS (Europe)
GO series
Inazuma Eleven GO: Light/Shadow 2011 N/A 2014 N/A N/A Nintendo 3DS
Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Thunderflash/Wildfire 2013 N/A 2015 N/A N/A Nintendo 3DS
Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy: Big Bang/Supernova 2013 N/A N/A N/A N/A Nintendo 3DS
Strikers Games
Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2011 N/A 2012 N/A N/A Wii
Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2012 Xtreme 2011 N/A N/A N/A N/A Wii
Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013 2013 N/A N/A N/A N/A Wii
Inazuma Eleven 1-2-3: Endou Mamoru Densetsu 2012 N/A N/A N/A N/A Nintendo 3DS
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Original series
GO series
Strikers series
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