The Last Story finally hitting North America on Aug. 14
At long last! Mistwalker's RPG will hit the western world.
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?
Staff article by Jonathan Davila (July 11, 2012)
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