European Wii-owning RPG fans are being spoilt rotten by Nintendo at the moment. Not content with giving the lucky Europeans the very wonderful Xenoblade Chronicles at the same time as refusing to release it in the US, just to rub salt even deeper in the wounds Nintendo has merrily announced today that Xenoblade will actually be coming out in Europe two weeks earlier than expected, as it will now be hitting stores on August 19. Meanwhile, in the US, Nintendo recently dashed all the hopes of the Operation Rainfall fan group that was formed to try and get Nintendo to release Xenoblade Chronicles, The Last Story and Pandora’s Tower in the US, by posting a message on its official Facebook page saying that there are currently no plans to release any of the games in the US. Here’s hoping that maybe if Xenoblade Chronicles sells really well in Europe, Nintendo might reconsider. However, there is some good news on the horizon for all fans of Xenosaga and Xenoblade Chronicles developer Monolith Soft, as they are already hard at work on a Wii U game, as yet untitled.