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Inazuma Eleven (イナズマイレブン, Inazuma Irebun, "Lightning Eleven") is an association football-themed media franchise created by Level-5. The franchise began with the release of Inazuma Eleven in 2008, with the game series selling over eight million copies worldwide by 2016. [1] In addition to video games, the franchise also has a manga series and a number of other animated television series and films.

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Video games

Inazuma Eleven
Genre(s) Role-playing video game, sports
Developer(s) Level-5
Publisher(s) Level-5, Nintendo
Platform(s) Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Arcade, iOS, Android, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch
First release Inazuma Eleven
August 22, 2008
Latest releaseInazuma Eleven GO 3: Galaxy
December 5, 2013

Main series

Inazuma Eleven GO

Spin-offs

Animes

A number of anime television series have been produced by Level-5, in conjunction with TV Tokyo and OLM.

Films

Manga

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