Pandora’s Tower heralds Nintendo’s return to GAME

Nintendo has become the latest publisher to jump back into bed with retailer GAME, it would appear.

Today’s new release Pandora’s Tower: Limited Edition for Wii heralds the return of Nintendo in GAME. Before the retailer went into administration Nintendo refused to sell it stock of either Wii RPG The Last Story, Namco Bandai’s Tekken 3D Prime Edition or Resident Evil: Revelations (it acted as distributor for the latter two).

The company joins the likes of Namco Bandai and Microsoft in patching up recent grievances.

And other key partners such as Activision and Take-Two appear to be onside, too, with pre-orders being heavily pushed for both Prototype 2 (April 24th) and Max Payne 3 (May 18th).

Sadly, however, EA appears to remain out of action with GAME not yet offering new stock of recent titles such as Mass Effect 3 or FIFA Street.

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