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Level-5 might have teased Inazuma Eleven Ares for Switch

Check out this discussion, which comes from Level-5's Inazuma Eleven live-stream earlier today. The discussion is between the live-stream's MC, and Level-5 CEO Akihiro Hino... MC: People are asking which console it will be released for. Hino: Well, no one would thought it will be 3DS after they saw the footage we showed on the last stream. MC: Please also release it for 3DS.
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