First, I know that Atlus already localized Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception and Mask of Truth, the second and third games in this trilogy of visual novels, and they did a fantastic job of it. I really hope that they decide to localize both the remake of the original game, Utawarerumono: Chiriyukusha e no Komoriuta, and the upcoming action game, Utawarerumono Zan. However, one of the lead editors and a major proponent for Utawarerumono, Patrick S., left Atlus after MoT was complete; we don't know how well the VNs sold; and Atlus hasn't announced anything about either game, so right now it's completely unknown whether Atlus is working on or planning to work on either of them. With that in mind, I think that Utawarerumono Zan would be a good opportunity for XSEED: It's a musou-style game that is being developed by Tamsoft, the developers of the Senran Kagura games that XSEED already has experience with. Thanks to the 2006 anime series and the Mask games, Utawarerumono already has a small but dedicated English fan base, and I think there's potential for the series to have a strong appeal to Trails fans; both of them are fantasy stories with a heavy emphasis on world building, character development, and wild plot twists, and I have personally talked to several people who are already fans of both. As an action game, it will probably have far less text than any of the VNs, and so it'll be a far easier script to translate. Plus, since Patrick S. is freelance now, I'll bet it'd be pretty easy to convince him to work on the game and make sure it's consistent with the existing ones. Anyway, like I said, I really hope Atlus picks up the games (I have already expressed my desire to them), and I'm not encouraging XSEED to step on anybody's toes -- but I know that XSEED is also frequently the last line of defense for smaller Japanese games that nobody else would consider translating, so this might make a lot of sense if Atlus decides to pass on it!