Operation Rainfall Adds New Game to Campaign- APRIL FOOLS!


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UPDATE: APRIL FOOLS!

Many of you have been asking us which game we will be adding to the campaign next. Well, after much deliberation, the staff at Operation Rainfall have decided on a game that many of you have been asking for; we literally received tens of requests for it. We have decided to add Love Plus to the campaign. We feel Love Plus has the best chance of being localized when compared to other games because of the large potential audience in the West as the game gives the player the chance to know what it feels like to date a high school girl, which is something we’re sure many of you have wanted to do, but have not yet been able to. We feel Love Plus is also the highest quality game when compared to the other games our followers had asked us to add to the campaign.

For those unfamiliar with the game, Love Plus is a dating simulation game on the DS that gives players a chance to virtually date a variety of young girls. You play as a high school student who recently transferred. In some ways, Love Plus is even a longer experience than Xenoblade as you get to work at a part-time job, go on field trips, take sick days, join the tennis club, and there is even a fitness mode! You cannot find that in Fire Emblem!

Beginning in July, we’ll start contacting en masse Konami who are both the developer and producer of the game. We’re going to suggest to Konami that they include male characters for the female players. We’re also going to suggest they work out a deal to include Elena and Aeron from Pandora’s Tower, that way if we don’t ever get the game localized in the Americas, gamers will have an alternative option that is pretty much just as good.

Thank you for being such great supporters of our campaign. Let’s get work hard on getting this gem of a game localized!

Operation Rainfall Staff


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About Ryan Tyner

Ryan is an owner and manager of the oprainfall website, mostly managing changes needed for the website and maintenance. He also writes articles from time-to-time. His gaming interests include mostly RPGs; both Western and Japanese. Ryan has a graduate degree in psychology. He is currently looking for opportunities in the gaming industry.