Pandora’s Tower Price Dropped to $19.99 on Amazon

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Recently, Pandora’s Tower has once again been given a price drop, 33% off from its original price of $29.99 to $19.99 at (Link Below)¬†and at Gamestop. Released back in April of this year thanks to XSEED picking up the slack and publishing the title. The game was the third and final title among three Nintendo Wii games along with Xenoblade and The Last Story (Which also was published here in North America due in part by the good folks at XSEED) that were very sought after titles that were originally localized for the PAL region, but not slated for release in North America.

It was praised for its dark tone and interesting premise, along with using the motion control functionality that is usually mocked, but used well and accordingly. With the visual feats and presentation of a Wii title being surprisingly good for a low budget title, with creative originality in terms of how you go about conquering each of the 12 towers, and of course, well designed, engaging  bosses.

If you haven’t picked up the game yet for whatever reason, for this price, easily worth it. Don’t believe us? Check out our review on Pandora’s Tower.

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