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Europe Gets Pandora's Tower On Wii April 13th, America Gets Valentine's Cards

Posted on Tuesday, February 14 @ 11:19:03 Eastern by

If you've been hankering for more core games to play on your Wii, and you live in Europe, Nintendo's happy to inform you of Pandora's Tower's release date. I on the other hand, am very happy because there's still no word on the game making its way to the states.

The Wii will get some attention on April 13th when Pandora's Tower lands in the country for PAL Wiis. Europe's received Xenoblade Chronicles, The Last Story, and Pandora's Tower, all before the US has seen the release of Xenoblade Chronicles.

To make the pain hurt like grade-school on this Valentine's Day, Nintendo's also passed along a handful of Pandora's Tower Valentine's Cards. Cynicisim tells me to highlight the fact that this holiday was created by marketing people and is now being used by marketing people to market something completely different.

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