>Pandora’s Tower

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

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Wow! Operation Rainfall sure has come a long ways since it first began over six months ago!  Since then, the campaign has taken a new direction and is under new leadership. It’s a better Operation Rainfall; a more organized version.

The most important news is that on December 2nd, 2011, Nintendo announced that Xenoblade is coming to our region on April 2nd, 2012! We at Operation Rainfall believe that how well Xenoblade sells will ultimately determine if we get the other two games the Last Story and Pandora’s Tower. This means that right now, the attention of the campaign is focused on Xenoblade, however, we are still a campaign for all three games. In fact, we have a campaign event planned for “The Last Story” later this month. We are also planning a Pandora’s Tower campaign event, after the release date of Xenoblade.

Contact NoA About “The Last Story” Day- On January 27, we currently have a “Contact Nintendo of America” day planned in which we will be mass communicating with Nintendo of America to let them know we are all still interested in The Last Story. January 27 is the one year anniversary of the games’ release in Japan. Details of the event planned for that day can be found here: http://on.fb.me/yk3BY6

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Thank You! Thank you all for supporting us as we continue campaigning to get these great games localized. We CAN get The Last Story and Pandora’s Tower, but only if we all work together!

The original post made in June is below but the information is outdated and no longer valid. For up-to-date information on this blog, click on the Operation Rainfall logo at the top of this page.

June 28, 2011.

the third campaign in Operation Rainfall is for the Pandora’s Tower

Gameplay Trailer , Character Trailer

the plan is to flood Nintendo of America, Europe, and Australia with Letters and relevant items (such as books, pages from books, covers from books, etc…) between the dates of July 25th and July 27th (that means arrival date, not send date)

can’t think of something to write? don’t want to use a template? try a postcard
Pandora’s Tower Postcard , General Rainfall Postcard , All Postcards ready to print

add a raindrop to your letter to remind nintendo you are from Operation Rainfall

send your letters and relevant items to these addresses:

Reginald Fils-Aime (President and COO)
c/o Nintendo of America
4600 150th AVE NE.
Redmond, WA 98052


Conrad Abbott (President)
c/o Nintendo of Canada
150-2925 Virtual Way
Vancouver, BC
V5M 4X5 


Satoru Shibata (President and director of NoE)
c/o Nintendo of Europe
55-57 High Street


 Nintendo of Europe GmbH
Nintendo Center
63760 Grossostheim


Yuji Bando (Managing director of Nintendo of Australia)
c/o Nintendo of Australia
PO BOX 804
Ferntree Gully VIC 3156

here is a template letter:

 Dear Reggie/Conrad/Yuji/Satoru

As a fan of your company and of games like Castlevania, I was extremely excited about the reveal of Pandora’s Tower. From the initial cryptic reveal, to the delightfully twisted plot details that followed, I have been craving this game all year. I am deeply concerned that this game has no North American/Australian/European release planned, especially considering the sparse lineup on the wii in the next year. I have been a Loyal fan of this company for over “X” years, and yet there hasn’t been a game worth getting on your console for nearly 8 months… and nothing on the horizon to be excited about besides Zelda and Kirby, and yet Pandora’s Tower sits completed. Please consider your company’s fans, please bring Pandora’s Tower to us.

(your name here – signed)

in addition to sending letters for those dates we would also encourage doing the following on those dates
1. e-mail nintendo about Pandora’s Tower
2. call them directly at 1-800-633-3236 (NA, other regions coming soon)

if you want something to do before then you can:
1. follow us on twitter @OpRainfall
2.  friend us on facebook 
3. watch us on Youtube
4. visit our Forums
5. visit our Chat Room
6. sign our petition
7.  visit us on the IGN Board system
8.  contact us directly by e-mail
9.  wishlist on Amazon
10.  preorder from VGP (Canada)
11.  spread the word, tell friends submit out info to game blogs, anything to spread the word

  • dungeonboss

    >I am definitely SUPER excited for this one! We are going to need an extra helping of convincing to get Nintendo to bring this one over, so if you haven't heard of this game yet, take some time to look it up. IGN has an excellent "Videos" and a few previews for the game already!

  • Michelle

    >Ack!"the plan is to flood Nintendo of America, Europe, and Australia with Letters and relevant items (such as books, pages from books, covers from books, etc…)"While making the template, you forgot to switch out The Last Story items with the Pandora's tower items. D=You should probably edit the post.

  • lele

    >i was thinking…would it help to send letters to the Japan's office too? don't they have the biggest say, being headquarters and all?

  • Tuskus

    >It might be a little late to mention this, but there are some big problems with the template letter. Aside from the obvious grammar and capitalization errors, I don't think people should add the part about being interested in new Kirby or Zelda games. The reason Nintendo hasn't released any of the Rainfall games is because they don't feel that catering to the hardcore audience is profitable. Nintendo questions if they should spend their efforts releasing games that only hardcore gamers buy when they can get the casual and hardcore audiences to buy games like Kirby and Zelda. The best way to get a big corporation's attention is to threaten not buy their products.