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    Level 5 carried out a poll on their official American/International Facebook page the other day asking fans what their favourite title that's yet to be released outside of Japan is. This came out on top.

    Could that help in the likelihood of a Western Release?

    The PS3 version of the Studio Ghibli JRPG Ni No Kuni came second in the poll if you're curious.

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    I believe the point of the poll was to gauge interest in a release of the games they had. I'd say all the games were pretty likely though since I can't imagine Level-5's American branch doing much else other than localizing games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reknoc View Post
    I believe the point of the poll was to gauge interest in a release of the games they had. I'd say all the games were pretty likely though since I can't imagine Level-5's American branch doing much else other than localizing games.
    True, true, however it might effect the release scheduling.

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