Summary: One of the main reasons that I love gaming as much as I do is because of JRPGs (Japanese Role Playing Games). The first RPG I ever played, the NES JRPG Dragon Warrior, got me hopelessly hooked on the genre as a whole.
Summary: Like FFVII, a game that is going to stay with you. Fantastic battle system! Do not let the graphics fool you on the WII. They wont be up topar with the 360 or PS3. IF, HOWEVER, YOU ARE A GAMER WHO CAN LOOK PAST THIS, YOU WILL BE REWARDED WITH A STELLAR STORY
Summary: As one of the people who signed that petition and pre-ordered it, I'm so glad this game came out! Xenoblade is an amazing game. It's not perfect by any stretch but it does so many things right. The environments are amazing. The areas you explore are huge and rendered in great detail.
Summary: I remember hearing about this game when it was released in Japan back in 2010 and thinking it looked pretty good, and how disappointed I was when it wasn't going to be released in North America. To my surprise, Nintendo of America actually took a risk and released the game. So was it worth the wait?
Summary: Xenoblade Chronicles is well okay, the reason why graphics aren't necessary yet necessary for many who have LCD tv's, the blur and distorted pixels are the reason I hate the wii on lcd, but if it weren't for next gen consoles I would probably like the wii more than i do, the problem is this game...
Summary: Before the review, I would like to inform you reading this that the game is much cheaper and still available brand new from Game Stop dot com. Do not be fooled by sellers trying to make an extra buck. Now for the review! The entire Xenoblade experience is a breath of fresh of air.
Summary: Xenoblade is a conundrum to review here on AVS, on one hand, we have a higher standard for our visuals, we are the 1%. To review a game that is only 480p on the Wii of all things just seems to defy that. However, Xenoblade is simply too amazing to not review, even with the hardware limitations.
Pros: Vast open world to explore, Fantastic Story, Extraordinary Soundtrack