Submitted by Gekko 1035d ago | news

Something About Japan: Wii U’s Tokyo launch, and Square Enix on Lightning Returns Final Fantasy XIII

Ian Milton-Polley:

I’ve got a little information about Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII to share, and don’t get too excited, but I have two words for you: time management. I know! Before that, though, let’s turn our attention to Nintendo, whose Wii U console finally launched in Japan this week. It’s odd, given that Wii enjoyed much more goodwill from eastern critics and press than from those in the west, that Japan should be the last of the major territories in which Wii U is released. After a fairly tepid western start, then, how has the console been received in Nintendo’s home country? (Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Wii U)

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