Nintendo World Report's Aaron Kaluszka writes, "Xenoblade Chronicles is confirmed for Australian release by Nintendo Australia. "
so every region other than NA will get Xenoblade dose Fils-Aime hate RPGs or something?
If there's a way to prove that NA does hate RPG, then we can simply file a suit against the company.
Never thought I'd ever have the opportunity to feel envious of Australian gamers.
This is some bullshit NoA. Congrats to those Aussies who want this game.
So basically, most regions (if not all) where the Wii is on sale, will get this game, including English-speaking ones like the UK and Australia, however, North America, usually considered to be the biggest market, will not. Well, way to conquer back the core gamers Nintendo, I totally feel like buying the Wii U for it's sure to be promising JRPG library now...
How does Nintendo figure this game is worth selling in friggin australia but not america?
maybe they think america will be bankrupt by the summer
Dear God, WHY Love, Me.
Nintendo of America still giving the middle finger to its region I see
What the hell?!
Well not that im interested in Xenoblade really, but The Last Story is what im dying to play. When the UK version is released, I'll have no other choice but to pirate it. Release it in America and I'm sure to purchase it.
NoA looks pretty ridiculous now.
Wow NoA... Wow. Are you guys just trying to disenfranchise people? Do you guys secretly have bets running to see how much they can disenfranchise the core base while still keeping profits up??? I don't get it. Somebody fill me in!
This isn't news really, Australia is part of the PAL region, so the fact it was being released in Europe always meant it was coming here.
This is upsetting. I mean Im happy the Australian crowd gets to play this game and all, but why bring it seemingly everywhere except America, which has been the most vocal about wanting it? Nintendo i just don't understand anymore. You disappoint me. :/
EU getting it, AU getting it... NA not getting it...? WTF Ninty!?!
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