>Press Release Revised

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

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>We want to apologize for the recent press release not being proofread. We urge any other websites that use our press release to use the new revised version: We have taken steps to ensure this does not happen again. Thanks!

Between the dates of January 27th (the 1 year anniversary of The Last Story releasing in Japan) and February 24th (the European release date for The Last Story) we will be focusing our campaign on The Last Story, as well as the people behind the game: Hironobu Sakaguchi (the creator of Final Fantasy) and Nobuo Uematsu (famed Japanese composer, best known as well for his work on Final Fantasy).

On January 27 we will be contacting Nintendo en masse, and then afterward, during the month, we will be doing everything we can to raise public awareness of the title and its connection to Sakaguchi and the Final Fantasy franchise.  We find it absurd that the title is so little known considering its pedigree, and we hope to correct that this month.



  • Jeff

    >Unfortunately I still see typos. Like "in mass" instead of "en masse;" "after" should probably be "afterward" in the 2nd paragraph; and in the 1st paragraph a ":" before Hironobu Sakaguchi and no comma after his name. Nitpicky I know, but then it looks better. 🙂

  • Operation Rainfall S

    >Fixed. Thanks for the suggestions!

  • Phil

    >Still one more typo… it's "masse", not "mass".