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Operation Rainfall: Over and Out

We can officially declare Operation Rainfall as a success.  On April 16th, 2013, we can finally play Pandora’s Tower!  After constant blood, sweat, and tears, it took one year and ten days for the  trilogy of games to arrive in America since Xenoblade Chronicles release. Sadly, it is possible that Pandora’s Tower will be the last game released on the Wii U, but wipe those tears from yo...

XSEED says that The Last Story will have a limited run in North America

First, the good news: The Last Story is STILL going to be released in North America on June 19 for the Wii. The bad news? The game’s publisher, XSEED, has announced that the game will have a limited run once it launches stateside. In addition, the publisher is unsure about releasing a special edition version that was available in Europe and Japan. XSEED also issued a statement regarding thei...

Here’s a Last Story trailer just for you!

Hot off the heals of the announcement that North America would receive The Last Story, a new trailer for the game is hot off the presses, complete with commentary from Hironobu Sakaguchi. I for one can’t wait for the game, so much so that I already have a PAL copy on they way (oops, too slow NoA).As for everyone else, who plans on getting this game? Do you think this could be the last ‘...

At last! The Last Story has been confirmed for a North American Launch.

  I would like to think that Operation Rainfall has had a lot to do with Xenoblade Chronicles coming out this April to North American gamers, with their campaigns to let Nintendo of America know just how much the game was wanted. In a surprise move, Nintendo of America today announced in it’s Nintendo Direct video that The Last Story, another Operation Rainfall game, would be coming stateside...

Yet another new DS game that should have your attention

I just love Xseed Games. They seem to always bring the most obscure, great looking games to North American shores. Next month, they will be dropping a new RPG for the DS, and it certainly has gotten my attention. Solatorobo: Red The Hunter has been out for quite a while in Japan and launched this July in Europe, but North American gamers have been left out of the fiesta, until now! Solatorobo laun...

IVY The Kiwi Promotional Video

Ivy the Kiwi is a pretty simple yet very stylized game that appears to be in the same vein of Kirby Canvas Curse. You control and move Ivy, the little Kiwi, by drawing vines and manipulating them to influence how the character moves. The players do not directly control Ivy, Ivy only moves in a linear direction and the player has to draw lines to guide Ivy away from danger and to the goal. LookR...

Ragnorok headed to DS’s in North America

XSEED Games has just announced that they will be bringing Ragnarok DS to retailers across North America beginning on February 16th. Ragnorok, for those of you unfamiliar with it is a online PC MMO game created by GRAVITY co. ltd and developed by Gungho Works for the Nintendo DS. Ragnorok is one of the few games that offers a lot of customization for it’s sprite based characters and tons of e...

E3 Hands on: Ju-on – The Grudge

Ju-on the Grudge, plays like an enhanced interactive movie. From the few minutes I had to play around with the game, I learned that the game puts you in control of one of four family members who are trapped under the curse. Just like in the movie in  Ju-on you follow the lives of family who are affected by a curse created by a murdered housewife in a house in Nerima.

XSEED picks up Fragile for stateside release

XSEED Games today announced plans to bring the Japanese Wii game Fragile to North America. Subtitled Farewell Ruins of the Moon, the acclaimed role-playing game released in Japan earlier this year and was widely praised as one of the most beautiful Wii games to date. Although no specific release date has been set, XSEED is aiming for a winter 2009 release. Fragile was published in Japan by Namco B...

XSEED Games developing a grudge with Wii

Publisher XSEED Games today announced Ju-On: The Grudge, a horror game for Wii based on the popular 2003 Japanese film. The game is being developed by the Japanese studio Feel Plus and will hit North America in October 2009. According to XSEED, Ju-On: The Grudge is exclusive to the Wii. In today’s official press release, the publisher states Takashi Shimizu, the creator of the original movie...

XSEED Sets Their Eyes on Fragile for the Wii

…Fragile, it’s a title that’s been requested many times before so we’re looking into it… – Ken @ XSEED Games