I'd be really disappointed if Ragnarok Tactics manages to be their last PSP title (and a retail one, at that!).
Fate/Extra and Hakuoki were both pleasant surprises for the PSP, and if I could choose the remaining upcoming PSP games from Aksys, I'd say Agarest Mariage and Fate/Extra CCC. Then they could drop the PSP completely.
My only issue with Aksys is that they often bring horrible JRPGs that probably didn't sell enough to pay for the license alone. Mimana? Jikandia? Ragnarok Tactics? Those games wouldn't be missed if they weren't localized.
I'm sure whoever wanted to get The Last Story won't mind the negative reviews, the game is worth for the packaging alone. Also, Record of Agarest War is a fantastic game, Record of Agarest War Zero, the prequel, is the one awful.
The best a single person can do to support is by voting with one's wallet. That's what I've been doing for the past couple of years, and I don't regret of my purchases 99% of the time (except with Record of Agarest War Zero).
I've come to learn that NIS America will only do NIS/Gust/CH+IF games, and that's about it. Not even a single game from their Imageepoch deal was released yet. Atlus will bring Atlus games, and work with a small japanese developer every once in awhile (like Agatsuma and Code of Princess). The real aces are XSEED and Aksys, that'll work with a lot of different developers and bring a lot of different games.
That said, only XSEED would have the opportunity to bring Pandora's Tower, but they've said that they're not planning to, and that they got to work with The Last Story mostly because of their parent company. Right now, I'm only "campaigning" for Nayuta no Kiseki and Ys Celceta no Jukai, even if the latter is a no-brainer for XSEED.
But I digress. I now get the idea why the movement went from one thing to another, but I still get the feeling that it was transformed to a completely different thing and it lost its purpose. Like you said, Siliconera, Gematsu, RPGFan, Andriasang and a few other websites are already doing a great work, wouldn't it be better to strike an alliance with them, so to speak?
I understand where you all are coming from. Sometimes, it's like beating a dead horse, it just won't happen, but sometimes, it's all a matter of persistance. With time and experience, you get to know when's it's a matter of persistance, and when it's the time to give up.
You might now know, but I've been part of a "movement" to bring Neptunia in 2010 on NISA Forums, and one right here at XSEED Forums, trying to ignite a discussion and interest on Ragnarok Odyssey. There was also Black Rock Shooter, but to a lesser extent. Those three worked, but I've been on quite a few that didn't. La Pucelle Ragnarok never happened, and Umineko no Naku Koro ni was the hardest for me to forget.
Operation Rainfall* I'm a bit derp today.
I've been a supporter since the movement started with the letter movement (even though I didn't participate, 'cause I live in Brazil), but I left a while ago since the movement transformed itself into a gaming news hub. Could you explain why did the group went from supporting the localization of niche games to just another gaming news website?