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The Last Story? Final Fantasy? Wow, Gooch. You really know how to name ‘em, don’t cha?

Joking aside, Mistwalker’s latest big-scale RPG has been announced. The surprise here is that instead of the 360 the game is heading to the Wii with Nintendo handling publishing duties. All we have right now is this barren homepage that marks a 2010 release date for this bad boy. Further details should arrive in March.

In the meantime, hit up the site and enjoy what sounds like another Uematsu tear-jerker.

  1. Mistwalker has impressed me in the past, but the RPG library on the Wii is sparse, to put it lightly. Hopefully this will change that.

  2. I wish I could get into my Wii again. I’m afraid nothing will ever bring me back :(

  3. I am hopeful, but I feel like my experience with Mistwalker has been really conflicted. I thought Blue Dragon was a good game (regardless of the fact that I gave it a relatively low score for a game I enjoyed; the score is contextual), but Blue Dragon Plus was really bad. Lost Odyssey was really good in some ways and really terrible in other ways. I want this game to be good, but I don’t think there’s been a truly brilliant title from Mistwalker yet.

    Also, nice tune. I wasn’t sure that it was Uematsu at first, but the final part of the song has some very common stylistic elements of his music. If it isn’t him, though, that’s still a damn good piece.

  4. Blue Dragon Plus was developed jointly by feelplus and Brownie Brown. Mistwalker really only oversaw the project.

  5. I thought both Blue Dragon and Lost Odyssey were really good, especially Lost Odyssey. Not groundbreaking, but I’m a traditionalist when it comes to my RPG babies.

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