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Operation Rainfall responded to my message Empty Operation Rainfall responded to my message

on February 21st 2012, 12:59 am
Now, for those who were curious a long time ago... yes, Operation Rainfall did indeed responded to my message to them via e-mail, this message was given to me a long time ago and I didn't posted it because I think you guys wouldn't care, but I guess I will leave some people wondering about it so now I guess I will post what they've responded just to feed your curiosity, well... here it is:

"Good day Jnes5,

In reply to the question you directed at us on your website:

Thank you for your support. Honestly, you seem to be doing all that you can be doing really, and that is by spreading awareness. You are reporting on the game and letting people know about it, but there really is not anything that can be done about the higher price tag for games in Latin America, the lack of interest in the genre, or the lack of interest in the Wii. Those last two issues are not just issues in your area, they are issues here in the US as well.

What we are doing is trying to get the word out. We are letting people know that Xenoblade is the kind of game that is worth buying a Wii for if one does not already have one. Advertising for the game is going to be low, even here in the US. We just learned today that GamePlanet is taking pre-orders for Xenoblade in Mexico. So at least that is one option for Mexico that is not quite as expensive as some of the other options such as importing.

We appreciate the hard work you are doing in Mexico. The more success Nintendo has with this game, the more likely it is they will release similar games in the future.

Also, great quote!

Operation Rainfall Co-leader"

Too bad they didn't used my quote for their campaign, but this is a great response however and I still have a lot of respect on them, I hope I can succeed what I need to do in order to help this campaign.

If you only have these two choices, which one will you choose ? to have a game with no story ? or to have a game with the most ridiculous, boring, cliché-filled and horrible story ever ?
Do games need to be epic ?... or fun ?...
Wii #: 0018 2269 1524 9019 (codename Jnes)
Also on PSN ! PSN: jnesDX

Operation Rainfall responded to my message Empty Re: Operation Rainfall responded to my message

on February 21st 2012, 11:47 am
Awesome dude.

Nintendo Network ID: KingreX32


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