Fans hope to bring Wii JRPGs Stateside via “Operation Rainfall”

If there’s one thing that contributing to the “Save KP” movement taught me, it’s that well-organized petition movements can work. RPG fans have taken that same spirit to Nintendo of America in order to get some anticipated Wii games localized here in the States.

Operation Rainfall is hoping their efforts can give Stateside releases to JRPGs Pandora’s Tower, Xenoblade, and The Last Story through a systematic “bombardment of emails, snail mails, phone calls, tweets, and facebook responses.” Fans of the movement have begun pre-ordering Monado on Amazon (where the placeholder page still exists) and are planning a concentrated mail blitz in mid-July for the game, retitled Xenoblade.

You can keep up with the movement via their website below, along with their Facebook and Twitter profiles. In fact, one of their tweets suggests that Nintendo will be commenting on the Rainfall campaign later today. Maybe if this works, we can do something about a local DS release for Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem while we’re at it!

Operation Rainfall

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  • Arindam

    Wish they’d add Takt of Magic and Earth Seeker to that list.

  • Robertgernst

    Nintendo says there’s no plans…