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The Last Story finally hitting North America on Aug. 14
Mistwalker's The Last Story will finally release in North America on Aug. 14, ending a nearly two-year wait for western gamers who've wanted to get their hands on the RPG since it released in Japan in early 2011. A tweet today by the game's North American publisher, XSEED games, confirmed the release date.
The Last Story's North American launch, though late, will be a major victory for those who took to petitions to bring the game to the western world, a place where Nintendo didn't think there was enough of a market to justify its release. Fans took to the Internet to create "Project Rainfall," a petition pleading for the release of three titles in the west: Xenoblade Chronicles, The Last Story and Pandora's Tower. So far, it's worked.
Xenoblade hit shelves in April, though it was a GameStop-exclusive outing. Now, with Last Story coming this August, Project Rainfall is batting a solid two-for-three.
And with that said: Does that mean a North American Pandora's Tower announcement is imminent?
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