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Level-5 Reveals Sales Numbers, Announces Layton 7

Posted on Tuesday, August 27 @ 13:50:12 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Level-5, the company behind the Professor Layton series and the enchanting Studio Ghibli JRPG Ni No Kuni, has posted its sales numbers, which are quite impressive.

A whopping 15 million units of the Layton franchise have been moved, and Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch has shifted a solid 1.4 million when taking into account both the PS3 and Japan-exclusive DS versions. Not too shabby.

In addition, the company announced Layton 7, a spin-off which will be headed to iOS, Android, 3DS platforms.

[Siliconera, via Joystiq]
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