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Friday, April 13th, 2012

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UPDATE: Pandora’s Tower has been announced for North America, published by XSEED Games, and scheduled to be released Spring 2013!






Please, Nintendo

Press Release

For immediate publication

Operation Rainfall
[email protected]
April 13, 2012

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Operation Rainfall, a fan-based campaign for the international localization of critically acclaimed Nintendo titles, is proud to announce Pandora’s Tower Month.

Pandora’s Tower, a Wii-exclusive title developed by Ganbarion and published by Nintendo in Europe, Japan, and Australia, is the final title of the Operation Rainfall campaign.  Pandora’s Tower is an action/adventure RPG that blends elements found in Castlevania, The Legend of Zelda, and God of War. The game also features a relationship system that involves freeing your beloved from a terrible curse by feeding her the flesh of the beasts you slay within the game’s thirteen towers.  While Pandora’s Tower certainly doesn’t have the same developer pedigree as Xenoblade Chronicles or The Last Story, it is welcome breath of fresh air for mature gamers on Nintendo’s Wii console.

Pandora’s Tower Month will begin April 13, 2012 and will end on May 11, 2012.  The month will consist of two mass contact days (April 13th, and May 11th) as well as videos, pictures, and music related to Pandora’s Tower. Our goal for the month is not so much a forced announcement or forced localization, but rather to show Nintendo of America that their fans are interested in this game and it would be in their benefit to publish Pandora’s Tower in America or let another publisher do it for them. We will also be attempting to pitch the title to various publishers who have been responsible for the localization of similar titles on Nintendo consoles.

If you are interested in finding out more about Operation Rainfall and Pandora’s Tower, please visit our official website

The staff of Operation Rainfall would like to reiterate that we are not a boycott initiative, nor do we condone or promote unauthorized technical modification of consoles or software piracy. Operation Rainfall has always – and will continue to – support the new, retail purchase of games intended for use within each individual region.

Operation Rainfall staff may be contacted via email at [email protected]

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For further information about how to help promote Pandora’s Tower, please visit our Resource Guide.


  • Daniel Narbaiz

    Nice job with the press release guys. I was just about to get up and grab the phone when I saw this in my twitter feed. I am going to be calling the General Office since they kinda know my voice this week over in the consumer service. I have another problem I am addressing with them there. In any case I will report my findings either via this comment form or via twitter. Also I think maybe we should try to get #Pandora’sTower trending on twitter at least once during the month. 

    • Ryan Tyner

      Awesome. Glad it helped!

  • azizmb

    Hah, the picture is pretty funny.

    • Ryan Tyner

      Ha yeah it is.