Reviews and Problems with Monado Beginning of the World
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At last a good JRPG
Pacheco "Pochaco", Amazon
9 April 2012
Summary: So far this is the only rpg game I own on wii, and its true what they say about the massive world in this game, the game has a few different features from other RPG games I played, then again I never played the games before this one, but playing this game takes some good amount of time to beat, the story is good, the cinematic scenes dont take too much time to play out, and so far ive been playing this game nonstop taking my time from beating zelda skyward sword : (
Summary: 9.5/10 2nd best game on the wii (hard to beat mario galaxy) one of my favorite rpgs in a very long time and a game that shows that jrpgs can still be relevant. Pros: immense immersive story world/universe Unique characters Cool weopans and equipment Unique battle system great jrpg evolution Great voice acting Minimal grinding required Tons to do! Took me 75 hours and hitting up only portion of quests Not a sequal! Rare these days.
Summary: DISCLAIMER: This review refers to the UK version of the game, released under the name XENOBLADE CHRONICLES. ___________ MONADO: BEGINNING OF THE WORLD (aka XENOBLADE) is one of those great games that (for some unfathomable reason) Nintendo had initially decided not to market outside Japan. It has been available, fully translated, since August in Europe (where my copy came from). This used not to be true for the US. Luckily, Nintendo North America (finally!
Summary: Letting everyone know that this game will be coming to North America on April 2nd 2012! Thank Operation Rainfall and Namco with finally agreeing with fans in bringing this game over stateside! Now, let us continue to petition for Last Story and Pandora's Tower.
Summary: [NOTE: updated to account for April 2012 release of the game in North America.] Xenoblade is the brainchild of Monolith Soft, whose credits include , , and , among others. Released in Europe as Xenoblade Chronicles (in English) in August of 2011, the game was bafflingly absent from American shelves before Nintendo of America finally decided to give the game a limited Stateside release in April 2012.