Pandora’s Tower Official US Trailer Released

Monday, March 11th, 2013

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Pandora's Tower

What a great way to start the week. XSEED has released the first official trailer for Pandora’s Tower for the Nintendo Wii, which they announced they would be localizing back in January of this year among a plethora of other titles.

No gameplay footage to be found here, but instead a brief synopsis of the story told through two of the three main characters: the mysterious merchant Mavda, and the heroine Elena. The gist of it is this: you, in the role of ex-soldier Aeron, embark on the quest to conquer 12 towers in order to defeat the masters of each tower and gain their hearts to feed to Elena to rid her of the curse that was placed upon her, which is slowly turning her into a pulsating monster. Besides the premise, the end of the trailer gives off the vibe of the relationship building both Elena and Aeron do over the course of the game. Will you keep the promise between them with Aeron pledging his heart to Elena since childhood or will you simply abandoned her to her fate? A unique mechanic that is sure to bring curious gamers in to at least check out what is most likely the last localized Wii game that is worth noting.

While XSEED Games is stating that the game’s release is in April, they didn’t say the specific date. So don’t be too surprised if they have to change it. It has also been rated by the ESRB and, not too surprising, it is a T rating. If you haven’t pre-ordered Pandora’s Tower yet, there is still plenty of time to do so.

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  • Spookyryu

    This is what I call an awsome game, thanks operation rainfall, waiting for the last game on my wii collection

  • Coarse

    I imported and loved the game to death, so I’m going to pick up the US release as well.

  • Oh good, this game is starting to get some advertising.

  • Vinicius

    Finnaly found a store to pre order it in my country, now comes the hardest part, waiting for the release. I have to say that the second part of this commercial is the best part.

  • HPN

    I want to be excited, but the Wii is getting so long in the teeth, and the Wii U has a library smaller than the number of successful books published on Twitter… This is more like Zelda or Castlevania and not an RPG, yeah?

    • Lazy_Penguin1989

      Yep! It’s a hack and slash game with platforming and some puzzle solving. It has -some- rpg elements, but not much to make it an rpg game.

  • SirPrimalform

    Kind of glad to hear it wasn’t redubbed for US release, Americans need to get used to hearing other accents. 😛