RUMOR: Nintendo Spain Media Event, Surprise Localization Titles

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

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Recently, at a private media event held by Nintendo Spain, a few interesting tidbits were supposedly leaked out. (One of which is the picture below) Some of these titles have already caught the eyes of many JRPG/Niche fans out there.

Nintendo Spain Media Event

Many of these titles have already been announced for localization, or have already been released here in North America. Others will soon be released next year and some of these titles have yet to release in the PAL region. The real surprises here are Bravely Default, EX Troopers, Time Travelers, and Project X Zone, titles that have yet to be announced for localization. What does this mean? Is this foreshadowing future announcements for each of these titles?  Or, will we be facing yet another Xenoblade/Last Story/Pandora’s Tower situation where the PAL region will get the titles, while North America will be left out in the cold (or at least at first)? Who knows, this could mean nothing at all.

What do you all think? Is it too good to be true, and if it is true, are these games coming to North America?

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