Nintendo has some new footage for Monolith Soft's massive Xenoblade Chronicles X RPG, which hits Wii U in Japan on April 29. See some of the day/night cycle and weather conditions in the clip after the jump.
A new Japanese trailer is here for Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, which takes Monolith Soft's Wii RPG and shrinks it down for New Nintendo 3DS. Additions include 3D support, amiibo support, and the ability to look at 3D character models and jam the soundtrack. See some of the bite-sized but full-featured portable version in the three-minute preview after the jump.
Wondering how Xenoblade Chronicles 3D holds up on New Nintendo 3DS when placed side by side with the original Wii version? Nintendo World Report TV has you covered with a recent video that compares scenes running on both, so you can see how well the RPG has adjusted to its new portable home after the jump.
As promised, Nintendo held a Japanese live stream for Xenoblade Chronicles X this morning, offering up a huge overview of the world, system, and field mechanics. Monolith Soft's open-world game is coming to Wii U in Japan on April 29, and Nintendo announced that it will also be available in a special bundle. Hit the jump for more.
If you don't plan on picking up a New Nintendo 3DS when it launches on February 13, you'll need to get one at some point to play Xenoblade Chronicles 3D. The port—which will support StreetPass for earning in-game tokens—is only for the enhanced portable, and the latest trailer sets its North American release date for April 10. Hit the jump for more.
A new Nintendo Direct presentation is on the way this week in Japan, and this one will be all about Xenoblade Chronicles X. We'll be able to see an overview of Monolith Soft's massive RPG when the stream kicks off on February 6 at 10:00pm Japan Time.
This morning's Nintendo Direct presentation saw the debut of a new trailer for Monolith Soft's Xenoblade Chronicles X, focusing on exploration of the open-world RPG's massive world. Hit the jump for more.
Monolith Soft is pulling in some interesting talent for its upcoming Wii U RPG Xenoblade Chronicles X, some of which includes veterans of the Mobile Suit Gundam franchise. In addition to script contributions from Kazuho Hyodo (Gundam AGE, Gundam SEED Destiny), designer Takayuki Yanase is among the artists working on mechanical designs. More after the jump.
Nintendo recently revealed some of the upcoming amiibo NFC (Near Field Communication) figures due out in February 2015, with Xenoblade Chronicles hero and Super Smash Bros. participant Shulk among them. Turns out his amiibo will be exclusive to GameStop. More after the jump.
During yesterday's Nintendo Direct presentation, the English branch of the company mentioned that Monolith Soft is still targeting a 2015 release for Xenoblade Chronicles X. On the Japanese side of things that window is more specific, with the massive role-player due out next spring. Hit the jump for the trailer and more.
Following up on the official confirmation of Shulk in Super Smash Bros., director Masahiro Sakurai hit up Miiverse to show off another Xenoblade Chronicles character. Riki will be making an appearance as an Assist Trophy, and you can him and Sakurai's commentary after the jump.