Sega is suing Level-5, claiming that the Inazuma Eleven football game series is in violation of two of its patents. The suit is in direct relation to the manipulation of a character in game with the usage of a stylus or finger. Sega is seeking damages of ¥900 million (£6.78m), and also wants to block the sale of all eight Inazuma Eleven games. Level-5 has responded, saying, “We are preparing to refute the claim, and will withhold any further comment at this time.”
The first Inazuma Eleven game was released in 2008 on the Nintendo DS, and, along with seven other subsequent games, has spawned several anime and manga adaptations; the most recent of which, Inazuma Eleven Go vs. Danbōru Senki W, was released in Japanese cinemas earlier this month.
From the start of September, right up to October 11th – the day before Pokémon Black and White 2 arrives in stores – if you visit any GAME store with a copy of Pokémon Black or White, you can receive the new Colt Pokémon; Keldeo!
The fourth member of the Legendary Musketeers Keldeo is a Water and Fighting type Pokémon . Plus when you transfer Keldeo over to your new copy of Pokémon Black or White 2 there is an in-game event to complete that ensures Keldeo learns the special move Secret Sword and transforms Keldeo into it’s ‘Resolute Form’.
Keldeo will appear as No. 153 in your Unova Pokédex, with the moveset Aqua Jet, Leer, Double Kick, and BubbleBeam.
And because you can transfer Keldeo from a very early stage in Black and White 2, it can be a powerful ally as you face up against the very best!
Already there is a good collection of Fanart involving the Colt Pokémon. Above is a cartoony style of Keldeo by feriowind.deviantart.com.