Fantasy Life: Level-5 confirms 300,000 copies shipped in Japan since launch

By Dave Cook, Wednesday, 10 April 2013 11:31 GMT

Fantasy Life developer Level-5 has revealed that it has shipped 300,000 copies of its loveable 3DS RPG-town builder in Japan since launch.

It’s not a colossal number compared to the darlings of triple-a, but bear in mind the game sold out across Japan in January for a while and was then quickly trademarked in both Europe and in the US. It could be about to explode into the west.

Could we be seeing the birth of a new handheld phenomenon like Level-5’s Professor Layton series? Let us know what you think below.

Via a previous post on the matter.

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