Pandora’s Tower launched in North America

Operation Rainfall can celebrate a job well done.

Pandora’s Tower, the third Wii RPG in a set of games campaigned by Operation Rainfall for localization in North America, is now available in the region courtesy of XSEED Games.

The Ganbarion-developed game was released first in Japan on May 26, 2011, and in Europe and Australia last year. It follows Aeron, who must free the woman he loves from a wicked curse by defeating giant monsters and collecting their flesh.

“We are pleased to be able to bring Pandora’s Tower to fans,” said Ken Berry, Executive Vice President of XSEED Games. “It is a cherished and beloved game that has made its mark within the gaming community, so we couldn’t be more thrilled to have a hand in its US release to allow for even more gamers to enjoy its allure.”

New screenshots of Pandora’s Tower can be viewed at the gallery.

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