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Submitted by Tyrannikos 1060d ago | review

Review: The Last Story | EmptyApartment.net

"Here's a little background for you: The Last Story was never supposed to hit the shores of America. It was yet another game that Nintendo of America would screw us out of in their long line of games that they shun. Luckily for us, there was a group of people who wouldn't stand for it anymore. Enter Operation Rainfall - a project dedicated to getting three specific titles localized in America, those being Xenoblade Chronicles, The Last Story and Pandora's Tower. Nintendo bucked up and published Xenoblade, but The Last Story wasn't so lucky. Thank the heavens that XSEED stepped in and published this game because it's a good one. Now we're just waiting on Pandora's Tower, but hopefully we'll be able to experience that one another day... For now, I get to review The Last Story, a game from the great minds at Mistwalker." (The Last Story, Wii) -

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