Fantasy Life developer Brownie Brown has changed its name to 1-UP Studio. Formed in 2000 as a subsidiary of Nintendo, titles the firm has developed or co-developed include: Magical Vacation, Sword of Mana, Mother 3, Magical Vacation: When the Five Stars Align, Blue Dragon Plus, and is aiding the development Professor Layton and the Last Specter and Fantasy Life. Due the new change, the firm’s website will go offline March 31. Thanks, Gematsu.
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Brownie Brown founder Shinichi Kameoka has left the company, which was recently restructured and renamed 1-Up Studio, to form his own development studio. Kameoka has named it Brownies and a place holder has popped up on the firm’s new website, teasing a full launch date of March 1. Thanks, Nintendo World Report.
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.
A western release of Level-5 and Brownie Brown’s unusual sim Fantasy Life seems more and more likely. In addition to a European trademark filed last month, Siliconera reports the developer has moved to secure a US one. Unfortunately, there’ve been no rumblings from any of the usual publishers, but perhaps a 3DS eShop release is […]