With no warning, the Australian Classification Board comes out and gives a rating to the second of the three Operation Rainfall games.
Nothing new here. We already knew the last story was coming in the EMEA territories in 2012, which includes Austrailia.
Yep, too bad they still haven't said anything about us territory.
Yeah, but Australia says nothing about the US, so a rating in australia, that is part of the previously anounced EMEA territories, is not news.
Which is why I agreed with you in the first place lol.
meh, sorry, commenting at 8 am after no sleep doesn't help :P
Lol i feel ya man. Then again i havent stayed up that late in a good while. Damned work and all :/
i dont have a Wii but bought Xenoblade... and The Last Story, Pandoras tower and Zelda Skyward Sword will fallow...I hope to play them next year with the WiiU...
yes, good games are good games, no matter on what you play..
i will most likely get Padoras tower also, but didnt it get average scores?
I have a feeling NIN will put most if not all those hot titles on the WiiU in North America.
Although I want to play these games, it would piss me off if they put them out on the WiiU instead of the Wii in North America. I have not had a single game that I want to play on the Wii come out in ages, and when they finally get a couple that I actually want to play they screw around and don't release them in North America. This is not a way to win my support for their next console. The sad thing is that I was really interested in a WiiU until I heard that Nintendo was not planning Xenoblade and The Last Story for North American release (on Wii). Just because gamers in the USA didn't eat up all the shovelware that has been polluting store shelves in lieu of real games, it must mean nobody wants any good games? Smooth move Nintendo.
Now all we need is an American release date.
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