The Wii lives on: XSEED to release Pandora's Tower in NA

Jan 16 // Salvador GRodiles    @TheCrimsonBlade

The Wii will survive for another year!

It's 2013, and the Wii has yet to sing its last swansong, because XSEED is planning to release Pandora's Tower in North America during the spring season of 2013. Thanks to the Wii U's ability to play Wii games, no one will feel left out of Aeron's quest that involves feeding the remains of monsters to his cursed girlfriend.

Even though Pandora's Tower's plot sounds like an intriguing dark fantasy story, my interest lies in the fact that it's an original game by Ganbarion. And I for one am very curious to see how their experience will unfold in this title. In case the name doesn't ring a bell, Ganbarion worked on the two Jump fighting games for the DS, the One Piece Unlimited games for the Wii, and the One Piece Grand Battle series. 

Hopefully, this won't be the last game that we see for the Wii in North America, since there are plenty of other Wii titles from Japan (such as Earth Seeker) that can contribute to swansong orchestra. 

Other than myself, is anyone else going to explore the tower? 


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