Nintendo looks to bring Hironobu Sakaguchi's DS strategy RPG to America.
Nintendo's ASH was rated E 10+ today by the ESRB. Since acquiring an ESRB rating is a typical step in gaining release for the American market, ASH is probably being localized into the English language.
Listing from the ESRB Website
Released in Japan last October, ASH is a strategy RPG developed by Racijn / Mistwalker Studios and directed by Hironobu Sakaguchi, father of the Final Fantasy series. It features full voice acting, FMV sequences, and pre-rendered visuals for its battles. The game garnered fairly strong reviews upon release, receiving a 33/40 from Famitsu for instance, but achieved relatively weak sales.
ASH (short for Archaic Sealed Heat) chronicles the journey of Queen Aisha to unravel the mystery behind an ancient flame. This flame is responsible for destroying her kingdom and transforming her people into living ash.
Currently there is no official release date for ASH, nor are there any details about release in other territories.