Fantasy Life: Level-5’s RPG trademarked for Europe

By Dave Cook, Wednesday, 20 March 2013 12:27 GMT

Fantasy Life developers Level-5 and 1-UP Studio have trademarked their 3DS town-building RPG in Europe, placing fresh hope on a western release.

Nintendo Life reports the trademark filing was posted on March 12, and could hint at a European release. The game is all kinds of charming and mixes Animal Crossing style town hubs with classic RPG adventures.

So popular was Fantasy Life when it hit Japan, that it sold out rather quickly after its December 27 launch.

I you’d like to see the charming RPG in action, check out our latest trailer post here.

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