The best RPG to come out in the last 5-10 years bar none
Gvaz The First, amazon.co.uk
26 August 2011
Summary: The title pretty much says it all but for those who want an explanation: This is a new jRPG from Monolith Soft, the same guys who made Xenosaga (amongst others) have come to release another rpg this time on the Wii. I'm happy to say, as a fan of RPGs either WRPG or JRPG alike, that they have absolutely knocked this out of the park. Combat is real time, no random mobs.
Summary: I am only about 10 hours into the experience but felt it necessary to tell others about this game. Simply put this is a JRPG'S and therefore is a deep gaming experience that will give you as much as you are willing to put in. Over the last 10 hours I have technically only just made it to the second area within the story. But I have been so busy with quests and exploring that I didn't even realise how much time has passed!
Summary: You probably know that this is a Japanese RPG. If you're into gaming at all, you already know whether or not you like those games. So you're here, you're looking at this game, you're probably into RPGs, and maybe you're not entirely sure if you want to invest to buy this game. But you know you're interested, and I'm here to persuade you. And this, being a game on the Nintendo Wii, I can predict two major enquiries from any potential buyer.
Summary: WARNING: This is the German language edition of the game. If this is what you were looking for, please read on. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Xenoblade-Chronicles is one of those great games that (for some unfathomable reason) Nintendo had initially decided not to release outside Japan. Until recently that is.
Summary: Xenoblade-Chronicles is one of those great games that (for some unfathomable reason) Nintendo had initially decided not to release outside Japan. Until recently that is. So, if you live in Europe, count yourself lucky because the best RPG on the Wii is finally available outside Japan, fully translated and reformatted for the European systems. THE MUSIC WILL ENCHANT YOUR SOUL This is the first thing that hits your senses.
Summary: I'd be the first to say that I don't have much experience with RPGs as a genre, so I admit I felt a little apprehensive when this game first arrived on my doorstep. Would I be able to handle it, I wondered, or was this yet another impulse buy which would end up gathering dust on my already packed shelves.
Looking for Wii based swashbuckling? DON'T buy this game!
Mr. James A. Griffiths, amazon.co.uk
24 August 2011
Summary: How times have changed! In the halycon SNES and N64 days, Europe was always a bit of a third world when it came to Nintendo games. We suffered extremely long delays in the big N bringing the games to our shores, and sometimes we didn't even get the games at all (I'm looking at you, Super Mario RPG. And don't you get me started, Earthbound!) Fast forward to now, and it's very clear that we've never had it better.
Summary: At Last! A game that holds the same kind of wonder and escapism that came with classics like Final Fantasy VII, VIII and the wonderful Skies of Arcadia. Sone of the most beautiful graphics yet seen on the Wii, and some wonderful music to boot. The amount of sidequests and hunts are keeping me completely occupied and levelling up nicely, and I haven't even bothered carrying on with the story.
Summary: Got this a couple of days ago and I'm hooked already! I think the combat system is very simple to inderstand yet complex to master. The ability to readily change between characters was most welcome with other good features such as a save anywhere feature and the ability to skip between landmarks. This is a huge game as well, lasting you anything from 60 to 100 hours, making for great value for money.