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Weird! Japan finally getting Advance Wars: Days of Ruin


7:30 PM on 10.30.2013
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The last entry in the Advance Wars series, Days of Ruin (2008), never released in Japan. Weird, right?

Well, in news that no one expected, Advance Wars: Days of Ruin has been made available in Japan as a downloadable Club Nintendo Platinum-level members gift. Platinum members can nab it and a 2014 calendar as their prize,. The game will also be made available next May as a regular prize that can be purchased with 800 coins. It is being distributed as a 3DS eShop download.

I don't want to read too much into this, but Fire Emblem: Awakening's great success saved the franchise from being canned. Maybe its also given developer Intelligent Systems some wiggle room to bring back the Advance Wars series? Would be nice.

Advance Wars: Days of Ruin weirdness [Tiny Cartridge]






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