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Xenoblade Chronicles Released in Europe Today, Still "No Plans" for US

Posted on Friday, August 19 @ 14:41:11 Eastern by


Along with The Last Story and Pandora's Tower, two additional titles that are coming out in Europe and not in the US, Xenoblade Chronicles has released today across the pond without any word on us.

This has less to do with whining and more about getting a reason, just from a marketing and distribution standpoint. Do they really see such a loss here in the States if they released this game or whole trio here due to, I don't know, publishing costs? I mean, what else is coming out for the Wii this holiday season beside The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword?

It's been a long time since we've seen a Xeno title developed Monolith Soft (not since the rushed Xenosaga Episode III for PS2), so why deny us this game, especially when it has a current Metacritic score of 91. BLAAARGHHH!!!
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