GodisaGeek: "As it creaks toward the end of its life, the Wii has certainly tried to bow out with a bit of dignity and class. The old girl has been lucky enough to become home to a clutch of excellent Japanese RPG titles over the past year, as well as Nintendo’s own motion-controlled masterpiece, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword. Proper, fully formed, grown up games that squeeze every drop out of the ageing hardware, role-playing fans have enjoyed an Indian summer with the excellent Xenoblade Chronicles and The Last Story. Completing this trilogy of JRPG goodness is Pandora’s Tower, courtesy of Ganbarion, a firm best known for delivering the Shonen Jump tie-in melee fighter Jump Super Stars. Perhaps the most unconventional of the three, it eschews the traditional turn based gameplay for some very interesting mechanics, an emphasis on action, and a dark, haunting story at its core."