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Nintendo of America's customer service rep offers hope for Xenoblade Chronicles in North America

We're all wondering what's up with Xenoblade Chronicles in North America, which is what lead reader Saber to email Nintendo of America's customer service. Believe it or not, their response is actually kind of helpful!

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stragomccloud2740d ago (Edited 2740d ago )

PLEEEEEEEEEEASE!!!!!!!!
If Nintendo wants the hardcore crowd, they can start by releasing their OWN games!!!!

jc485732740d ago

the hell with Nintendo.

ATiElite2740d ago

Nintendo is great when the only games you can buy are rated T or E.

But eventually we all grow up!

Neckbear2740d ago (Edited 2740d ago )

Indeed, eventually we all grow out of that juvenile mentality on which every game needs guns and gore or, otherwise, it's "childish".

C'mon, kid.

PygmelionHunter2739d ago

Indeed, ATiElite, i think that part of every gamer's life you speak of is called "puberty", BUT THEN you'll grow up just a little bit more and realize just how childish your comment was.

ATiElite2739d ago

I take it you guys are like in your 30's and live in your parents basement and play Pokemon all day long!

I was referring to more complicated games that require tactics, strategy and more Core gaming skills than eating mushrooms and killing animals like maybe Shogun Total War, X3 Terran Conflict or Eve Online.

And NO Nintendo doesn't have a game as complicated and involving as these so I'm sorry if I offended the Mario Kart crowd.

stragomccloud2738d ago (Edited 2738d ago )

I'm 27, and I've been playing games since the NES days. I can say confidently, that when you grow up you learn.... Kirby and Pokemon are great for anyone!

You really need to not be so defensive. And I think you might be surprised how much critical thinking is required for playing against other trainers in Pokemon, or solving puzzles in Zelda.

Furthermore, complicated doesn't automatically mean better. You got some room to grow kid.

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tunaks12740d ago

its coming to EU, just import the dam thing. We should be asking for TLS and Pandora's Tower!

VampiricDragon2740d ago

TLS is coming to europe too

I am importing xenoblade when it comes to europe in september

Infernostew2740d ago (Edited 2740d ago )

It wouldn't be a problem if it was on ps3 but the Wii isn't region free.

tunaks12740d ago

This is when HomeBrew should be appreciated. Look up GeckOS for playing imports. But it requires a hacked wii which some people aren't comfortable with.

@VampiricDragon
Unfortunately that is only a rumor, theres no official word on TLS coming to Europe.

Infernostew2739d ago

I know all about homebrew and such but since it's not my Wii, I don't plan on hacking it.

jc485732740d ago

they need to make some kind of confirmation at least, especially with Wii U right around the corner.

jacksonmichael2740d ago

This might be a stupid fear, but I'm afraid that with the time left, Wii games might be released in clusters and as such, have a diminished momentum due to increased competition. I mean... There is still little or no word on release dates for Skyward Sword, Pandora's Tower, Earth Seeker, Dragon Quest X, Dragon Quest 1-2-3, Xenoblade, Last Story, and Kirby Wii (an odd inclusion in this list, admittedly) and they have like... less than a year (maybe...?) to be released in, so... Well, I'll be poor if they ever come out.

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