is sinking big money into their DS soccer RPG Inazuma Eleven,
seemingly expecting a massive return. The company held a press conference in Tokyo to outline the "Cross-Media Project," which is a somewhat nicer way of describing "milking the new franchise." In addition to the planned manga and anime series, Level-5 president Akihiro Hino revealed an upcoming Inazuma Eleven
card game, to be released concurrently with the DS game on August 22.
Along with all this stuff, Level-5 announced a second game, Inazuma Eleven Break
, for consoles. No specific console or date was announced, but it's not hard to guess which home console Level-5 would choose for a mass-market children's game. They'd choose the one with a mass market.