Bad enough to write Nintendo a letter? On actual paper? That's what some passionate North American Nintendo fans have resorted to, pleading with paper and ink for Nintendo of America to bring more Wii games stateside, including The Last Story, Pandora's Tower and Xenoblade.
Nintendo of America has not confirmed those games for release in this country, despite showing Xenoblade under a different name at E3 a few years back. And, hey, we even asked Nintendo boss Reggie Fils-Aime about those missing titles, but he simply dodged it, saying there was "nothing to announce" about their localized release.
So maybe it's time to tell Nintendo that these three games may be worth bringing to North American Wiis, especially in light of the relatively short list of new Wii games coming from NoA. If you think that The Last Story, Pandora's Tower and Xenoblade deserve release outside of Japan and Europe, eager IGN forum goers have already prepared templates for you as part of a three-pronged campaign approach to clearly, but politely request Nintendo localize those games.
That requires printing out, signing and physically mailing a paper letter, perhaps with a few attention-getting tchotchkes, plus some good old American gumption.
Interested? Join the letter writing cause.