Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

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Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone
ChronoStoneThunderflash.jpg
European cover art for the Thunderflash version.
Developer(s) Level-5
Publisher(s)
  • JP Level-5
  • EU Nintendo
Composer(s) Yasunori Mitsuda
Natsumi Kameoka
Series Inazuma Eleven
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Release date(s)
  • JP December 13, 2012
  • EU March 27, 2015
Genre(s) Role-playing video game/sports
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone (イナズマイレブンGO2 クロノ・ストーン Inazuma Irebun GO 2 Kurono sutōn?), or Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones in Europe, is a role-playing video game and sports video game for the Nintendo 3DS developed and published by Level-5. It was released on December 13, 2012 in Japan and in Europe on March 27, 2015. There are 2 versions of the game, Neppuu (Scorching Wind) (Wildfire in Europe) and Raimei (Thunderclap) (Thunderflash in Europe) . An Inazuma Eleven GO anime and manga based on the game began serialization in CoroCoro Comic, while an anime based on the game produced by OLM started airing on April 18, 2012.

A sequel, entitled Inazuma Eleven GO 3: Galaxy (イナズマイレブンGO ギャラクシー Inazuma Irebun GO 3 Galaxy?), was released in Japan on December 5, 2013.[1]

Plot[edit]

When Matsukaze Tenma returns to Raimon, he finds out that all his teammates and friends aren't members of the Raimon Soccer Club, as it doesn't exist anymore. Alpha, a future assassin from El Dorado, an international organization hell-bent on erasing soccer, as soccer has become a fearsome weapon in the future.

Tenma is saved by Fei Rune and his companion Clark Wonderbot, who ''comes from 200 years later'' to help Tenma to protect soccer. After they fix the timeline to the original state, Raimon Soccer Club is back, but El Dorado keeps sending assassin teams to destroy Raimon Soccer Club, and so the team go on a quest to assemble The Strongest Eleven in History and collect their aura to strengthen themselves in order to defeat El Dorado.

Characters[edit]

Terminology[edit]

Keshin Armed (Avatar Armed)
''Wear'' the players' keshins as armor. This is done so by summoning the keshin, then it dissolves into yellow energy and surrounds the user, which becomes armor on the user. It can increase the user's strength and speed.
Mixi Max
Fuse an aura with a character. This is prominently featured in the anime as this is the reason why the Raimon Eleven time-travel; they need to fuse the auras of all the strongest eleven in history with the protagonists. When doing Mixi Max, two Mixi Max guns are used. The negative end is pointed to the source of the aura, while the positive end is pointed at the user. The user of the Mixi Max usually have different physical traits, and gain a new hissatsu. However, there are other unspecified methods of doing Mixi Max.
El Dorado
An international organization established to go against Feida, an organization established by Second Stage Children. They are hell-bent on destroying soccer, because soccer became Feida's weapon as all Second Stage Children are descended from soccer-talented people. They send teams to defeat Raimon, who unknowingly go against El Dorado because they want to destroy soccer. Later, they make an alliance with Raimon to stop the Second Stage Children to take over the world.

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