Summary: I'm from Mexico and I moved down here to NZ couple of weeks ago, I know we
can't get this game in America so I had to give it a go knowing that NZ is PAL
territory… All I can say is that I'm the luckiest Mexican in NZ, this game is
a masterpiece. A must indeed!
Summary: The story doesn't let you be with dozens of questions, just a feeling of
plenitude. Even if some (playable or not) characters are not always completely
original, you'll like most of them. Just remember that the game is pretty deep
in every aspect and I played enough game to know what complete means. And
I salute the developers for their work. Hoping to see a new one in the next
years. Thanks Monolith Soft !
Summary: Definetely the Best Wii game out so far, RPG anyway, not subjecting itself to
the typical JRPG tropes, original setting, interesting characters, though the
only thing I dislike the is the stupid fanservice (seriously japan, treat your
female characters with more respect), but It is a simply stunning Game.
Reccomend it to all Wii owners who love RPGs.
Summary: I've been playing video games since the late 80's and of the thousands of
games I've played I can probably say that Xenoblade Chronicles is within my top
10. The graphics, gameplay, soundtrack (especially the soundtrack) and
presentation are all top notch. And the game is massive. Prepare to sink 120+
hours into this masterpiece. If you're a fan of quality games, do yourself a favor and get your hands on
Summary: As I dust off my wii I think about the last great RPG that I got excited about on a Nintendo console and I have to think a long way back to Tales of Symphonia which took me 7 years to complete although I wish I never stopped playing it. Xenoblade sounded amazing and was one of those games that caught my eye the first time I caught wind of it in Japan and then the exciting news that it was being released into the UK.
Summary: Plenty of reviews on here already, and I have little to add, as I agree with the majority of them - Xenoblade is a real treat, and good value, providing over 100 hours of gameplay. That it does this by presenting hundreds of monster-slaying, widget-fetching and talking sidequests is a fair point, and it can feel a bit like an endless set of small tasks at times.
Conclusion: Ever since seeing the teaser trailers a year or so ago I thought Xenoblade would only get a release in Japan. How shocked I was to see it getting a release date for Europe and not even in the US!
Conclusion: This is one of those games that really isnt being done justice by nintendo's woefully weak consol. However, even with that said, this game is damn right awesome. To be honest it would be a waste of your, the readers, time to say what has already been said in praise of this game by the other reviewers here.