Xenoblade Chronicles Review: The Beginning of the New World for JRPG's
12 November 2011
Summary: I have finally finished the latest epic for the Nintendo Wii, Xenoblade Chronicles after 120 hours of gameplay. Safe to say, it is a fantastic game. It has its ups and downs like all other games, but it is a satisfying experience nonetheless.
Summary: I have to say, I was a little leery about the price but to be honest I think it was worth it. It's been a while since there was a good game I could sit down to start playing and next thing I know, it's 4+ hours later. All in all I think it's a really great game.
Summary: I'll keep it short as there are already several lengthy reviews for this game: this game is one of the best that I have played in my life. No joke. It's a wonderful story, fun, and fantastic music. It may not be in your top favorite games ever, but it's highly unlikely you will have a bad time.
Summary: I have to begin with some information about the release of this game. This game was originally released in Japan on June 10th, 2010. It took a lot of effort to finally get this game released in the USA.
Summary: This is the best RPG I've played in recent years. The Final Fantasy's of late can't hold a candle to this game. As a recent buyer if the Wii U (which is a great system and has backwards compatibility so I can play all these great Wii games I missed out on), this is a must own... if you can find it.
Summary: I honestly enjoyed this game quite a bit. I liked how it was a bit open and had quite a few side quests. I thought the game was in the visual aspect was lovely especially with the change between day and night (Eryth Sea was one of the prettiest places at night. - [...]- In my opinion anyway).
Summary: Xenoblade is the brainchild of Monolith Soft, whose credits include Baten Kaitos, Baten Kaitos Origins, and Xenosaga, 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...
The areas are unbelievably vast and look visually stunning, and you get to rewards for exploration!
Jorge Diaz, Amazon
12 November 2011
Summary: I've played 13 hours of this game so far and I love it. It is very addicting. I had trouble at first however,so if you can't beat a boss just try to level up. The level grinding in this game does not feel repetitive at all thanks to quests, variety, and rewards for exploration.
Summary: This game has tons of side missions and lots of great game play. The characters are customizable, and there's no end to the variation. The soundtrack and environments are engaging, and the voice work is fantastic (especially Xord).