It looks like one of the first videogames (third one released in Japan) in what is one of the most popular anime and manga titles in the past few years is going to be coming to the west. Attack On Titan: The Last Wings Of Mankind looks to be localized for western audiences via Atlus USA.
This is all if a recent Australian classification board listing is to be believed. Attack On Titan: The Last Wings Of Mankind is developed by Spike Chunsoft on the Nintendo 3DS and released late last year on the platform in Japan. It was widely known that Spike Chunsoft was actively seeking a publisher for western audiences and it seems that they may have found one in Atlus USA.
The title follows the Attack On Titan anime and begins in the year 845 when the first Titans attacked humanity. At first players will be able to control Eren and as the game progresses they are able to control more of the Survey Corps including Mikasa and Armin. DLC was also released for the title in Japan which added two more character episodes, one that followed Captain Levi and the other Sasha Blouse.
Hopefully an official announcement will be made soon, since Attack On Titan: The Last Wings Of Mankind released in Japan in December of last year.