The Last Story has been hyped for years, started to surface back in 2009 as a collaborative work between Mistwalker and AQ Interactive, sponsored by Nintendo as a collaboration. It released to Japan and Europe with positive acclaim however, Nintendo apparently did not think it was profitable enough to offset the localization cost to bring to North America. Why would it be a great idea to localize a game made by the creator of the Final Fantasy series Hironobu Sakaguchi with a score done by Nobou Uematsu, especially when a huge fanbase known as Operation Rainfall boldly tells you straight up in massive amounts of mail-in and call-in campaigns? There’s just absolutely no sense in supplying a game to North America with such a legendary background of developers and a powerfully vocal fanbase behind it, smart move Nintendo! XSeed believes the opposite and decided to publish Nintendo’s newest RPG IP. This is the Wii’s last bit of hype and lives up being the swan song for the Wii in North America as a story well told on top of a great design of a Role-Playing Game. Read More!