>Phase Three Finale – Nov. 21-27

Saturday, November 19th, 2011

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Beginning Monday, November 21 and lasting until November 27, Operation Rainfall will be running the exciting conclusion to Phase Three.

To make things run as smooth as possible, the staff and admins of Operation Rainfall have assembled materials to help spread the word. We want to make this campaign HUGE, so spread these materials everywhere possible.


1. Phase Three Finale Poster

2. Phase Three Finale Official Press Release Statement (Text & PDF)

3. Mission 3 Translated Letter to Japan (Text & PDF)

4. Mission 4 Poster (If you like The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword…)


Click here for full instructions to send an email to NCL Japan


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KYOTO 601-8501

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  • coffeewithgames

    >Keep up the great efforts, I'm just really amazed Nintendo of America missed the holiday season with all three of these games.I would have easily put Pandora's Tower on my Christmas list, which puts me in the minority on this I know. I'm still interested in the game though, and I hope it sees release here in the States, sooner and not later.

  • Reid Kemper

    >Xenoblade is what I'm looking forward to, and the other games look great, too, so I wish the campaign success!

  • JC

    >Trololololol.You people just don't seem to get the fucking hint.IT'S. NOT. GONNA. HAPPEN.

  • Nick Carraway

    >Whelp Operation rainfall I have to hand it to you! Xenoblade is coming to america! Keep doing what you do and hopefully Last story and Pandora's tower will be coming soon as well!

  • The Strikester

    >@JC: YOU. ARE. WRONGPress release from NoAXENOBLADE CHRONICLES COMING TO NINTENDO’S WII CONSOLE IN SPRINGDec. 2, 2011It’s man vs. machine in a new game coming to Nintendo’s Wii™ console in spring. Xenoblade Chronicles™ asks players to use the Monado blade to take on a seemingly endless series of invading Mechon robots in a sweeping role-playing adventure.The main character is Shulk, a weapons researcher who must confront the Mechon by wielding the ancient Monado blade. It’s the only weapon that has any effect against the Mechon, and it also enables Shulk to see the future.Players can customize their characters with a variety of weapons and armor choices, as well as headgear, boots and gloves. As in many role-playing games, players can then gain experience and upgrade their characters. Players can watch their enemies, learn their tactics and unleash real-time counterattacks.The vast open world of Xenoblade Chronicles is ripe for exploration. Players can avert their focus from the main story and venture out looking for other challenges and side quests. Hidden areas and unique monsters are scattered throughout the game’s massive world, which players can explore freely.Xenoblade Chronicles has already launched in Japan and Europe, and has received unanimously positive reviews, including several perfect scores.Xenoblade Chronicles will be available exclusively through U.S. GameStop retail locations, http://www.gamestop.com and http://www.nintendo.com at a suggested retail price of $49.99 in the United States. Additional information about the game will be announced in the future.