Nintendo subsidiary 1-UP Studio has launched its new website. Formerly known as Brownie Brown, the folks at 1-UP Studios were involved in the development of a number of games on Nintendo platforms, including Mother 3, Fantasy Life, Super Mario 3D Land and A Kappa’s Trail. To go to the Nintendo-owned development studio’s new website, click here.
Brownie Brown Inc, the Japanese Nintendo-funded and owned video game development studio, has announced on its site that it is changing its name, and restructuring. The studio which has recently helped out on development of two Level-5 titles, Professor Layton and the Last Specter and Fantasy Life, will now be called 1-UP Studio. Details about the restructure have yet to be announced.
Nintendo 3DS-exclusive Fantasy Life launches today in Japan. The role-playing game is developed by Level-5 and Brownie Brown, which is a Nintendo-owned studio.
At the start of the game, players choose how they want their character to look. For example, you can choose whether you want to play as a boy or girl, and you can select from a variety of features, including different hairstyles, eyes and noses, to make your character suit your style.
There is no confirmation, yet, on whether Fantasy Life will be released in the West.