The Last Story

Global Total as of 12th Apr 2014 (units): 0.59m
Platform: Wii
Developer: Mistwalker Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 0.26m 43.5%
+ Europe: 0.12m 19.8%
+ Japan: 0.18m 30.8%
+ Rest of the World: 0.04m 5.9%
= Global 0.59m

Release History

The Last Story NintendoJapan27th January 2011Retail
The Last Story (Limited Edition) NintendoEurope24th February 2012Retail
The Last Story NintendoEurope24th February 2012Retail
The Last Story Xseed GamesNorth America14th August 2012Retail

Game Overview

The Last Story  is a 2011 third-person, action JRPG game with stealth and strategy elements.  It was directed by Hironobu Sakaguchi and developed by Mistwalker and AQ Interactive for the Wii.  It was originally published by Nintendo and released to the Asian market, and a year later it was also released in Europe and Australia, but Nintendo of America refused to publish the game in the Northern American market. Thanks to an online petition by Operation Rainfall, and publisher XSEED Games, however,The Last Storyalso arrived in Northern America on August 14, 2012!  The game's name and logo have been compared to the Final Fantasy series, which was created by Mistwalker's head, Hironobu Sakaguchi, who previously held the post of executive producer for the Final Fantasy series.

Story: The story of The Last Story is about a young man named Zael and his group of mercenaries, led by Dagran. It is told in chapters, like a book.

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EricFabian (on 18 June 2013)
only now I played this and... I hate it!
curl-6 (on 12 April 2013)
NA sales just passed Japan sales. Looks
like XSEED was right to bring it over.
JTurner82 (on 17 March 2013)
Wow, so the sales for this game are now
neck and neck in America and Japan.
That's really great. Even better,
it's about to cross the 500k mark. Not
bad for a game many thought had no
chance. Hironobu Sakaguchi-san and his
team must be very pleased to hear this.
DieAppleDie (on 12 January 2013)
lol, this game is profitable for
anything beyond 500k is (except
really high budget games like GTA4)
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