DualShockers writes: "There’s been a lot of fuss lately surrounding a few certain Japanese RPGs that are exclusive to the Nintendo Wii and which Nintendo holds the sole publishing rights to. MonolithSoft’s Xenoblade, Hironobu Sakaguchi and Mistwalker Studios’ The Last Story, and the latest action-RPG that has piqued the interest of genre fans, Pandora’s Tower, are three games getting a huge focus lately as groups are being formed to levee for their North American localization.
Why, though, should Nintendo care about these RPGs? Aren’t they focused solely on hyping up the Wii U and the 3DS? To the latter question, I say yes – they are very focused on hyping up their new systems. In the grand scheme of things, it may not really matter if The Last Story comes out this year while the Wii is still the only Nintendo home console, or this time next year when we may see the Wii U on store shelves – the Wii U is backward compatible with Wii titles, so it will still be playable on their current console..."