XSEED has announced that the title Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon for the Wii has gone gold.
XSEED Games announced today that FRAGILE DREAMS: FAREWELL RUINS OF THE MOON has gone gold, and will be shipping across North America on March 16th. Developed by NAMCO BANDAI Games and tri-Crescendo, FRAGILE DREAMS: FAREWELL RUINS OF THE MOON will be available in North America on March 16th, exclusively for Wii™ at the suggested retail price of $49.99. More information can be found at the newly launched website at www.fragiledreamswii.com
“This is one title that we felt strongly about bringing over from Japan,” stated Jun Iwasaki, President of XSEED Games. “It is our pleasure to be able to share such a unique and beautiful Japanese experience with the North American gamers.”
The North American release has been confirmed as containing the original Japanese voices in addition to the newly recorded English voice-overs, as well as a newly created Extras option that becomes available once the game has been cleared. This new mode allows players to revisit key event movies from the game in the movie gallery, view concept art, and watch the original Japanese trailers. FRAGILE DREAMS: FAREWELL RUINS OF THE MOON will also feature a dual-sided box front, with the original Japanese box front on the reverse side. A special pre-order bonus, The MOONLIGHT TRACKS soundtrack, will be available exclusively at GameStop and EB Games together with the retail release of the game, but only while supplies last.
Sounds like an intriguing release. The flashlight mechanic does add some spookiness to the title. Look for this game in a couple of weeks.