Inazuma Eleven Ares No Tenbin: New Soccer Based Anime Game And TV Series Released!

By Ancy John | 2 years ago
Inazuma Eleven Ares No Tenbin: New Soccer Based Anime Game And TV Series Released!
Inazuma Eleven: Ares no Tenbin game and television series

A new anime game and television anime series named Inazuma Eleven: Ares no Tenbin has been released by game developer Level-5. The announcement was made during the company’s vision cast meeting.

Inazuma Eleven: Ares no Tenbin revolves around the main lead Asuto Inamori. Asuto and his friends are passionately involved in this soccer club. The destruction of the soccer field leads to the breaking up of the soccer club. Asuto and his friends move to Tokyo to enroll in Daimon-chuu (Daimon Junior High) so that they can continue playing the game.

The new story follows the earlier series but it will be set in an alternate world from all other games. The new story will follow a new plot. The cast consists of characters named Ryōhei Haizaki, Asuto Inamori and Yūma Nosaka.

Television Series

The TV anime series of Inazuma Eleven will start streaming online in 2017. The series will also feature a spin off only for internet viewing. The spinoff named Locker Room will also include behind-the-scenes.

To up the Level-5 developed game, a new wearable link device named ‘Eleven Band’ will be provided. The band will be attuned with the game. The band is manufactured by Takara Tomy. It will also allow players to gather points and increase the scores of in-game characters.

In 2008, Level-5 released the pilot Inazuma Eleven video game on Nintendo DS. The game sold around 8 million copies of the series as announced by the developer. The original anime series included 127 episodes. It was screened on television between 2008 and 2011, Anime News Network reported. Nintendo released a 3DS port of the original game in North America in February 2014.

Inazuma Eleven anime series gave way to Inazuma Eleven GO, Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy and Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone. The game series caught up quickly with the audience.

The TV anime series came to a close in March 2014. It successfully ended its five and a half year tenure on television. The anime franchise also has three films in its portfolio including a crossover film named Inazuma Eleven Go vs. Danbōru Senki W.

Watch the preview of Inazuma Eleven story here:

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