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Xenoblade's Director Talks Witcher 3, Zelda Wii U, And His Favorite RPGs
on June 24, 2015 at 01:14 PM
Nintendo has been releasing more and more information on Xenoblade Chronicles X , the next gigantic RPG from Monolith Soft due out on December 4. We recently got a chance to sit down with the game's director Tetsuya Takahashi (also the director of Xenogears and Xenosaga) and Genki Yokota, the director...
Top 10 Boss Battle Themes
on April 21, 2015 at 05:47 PM
A good boss battle serves as a climax for your journey. It often takes everything you have learned to triumph over the most deadly and epic of foes. These battles require suitably complex and epic boss-battle music to elevate the action and make them even more memorable. Here are 10 of the best boss...
Grind Time: The RPG Live Show – Xenoblade Chronicles
on March 31, 2015 at 04:10 PM
Update: Our live stream is over, but you can find the full episode below. We couldn't end March without a true Grind Time episode. This time, we're looking at Xenoblade Chronicles. Xenoblade Chronicles is one of the best RPGs of the last generation. Next week, Nintendo is giving gamers another...
The Incredible Swan Songs Of The Wii, PS3, And Xbox 360 Generation
on March 31, 2015 at 01:03 PM
The last generation of consoles might have been the strongest yet. We not only got amazing games at retail with far grander ambitions than ever before, but we also saw online marketplaces emerge to give us even more variety and instant access to games new and old. As usual, the end of a generation brought...
Predicting Amiibo Functionality In Nintendo’s 2015 Games
on February 10, 2015 at 06:14 PM
Nintendo’s Amiibos already have plenty of functions in many of Nintendo’s games. While the Smash Bros. line can only use the read and write capabilities of their Amiibos in Smash Bros., we have already gotten some interesting rewards for scanning the figures to our gamepads. In the future...
Reader Discussion: Operation Rainfall In Retrospect
on August 24, 2012 at 11:15 AM
Operation Rainfall was a fan-driven effort to bring three Japanese role-playing games to North America. Now, a year later, two of these games have released, and the third seems doomed. Looking back on Operation Rainfall, did all of the work pay off? On one hand, we got Xenoblade Chronicles, a game that...
Five Questions With Xenoblade Chronicles' Executive Director
on April 06, 2012 at 09:00 AM
After some doubt surrounding its North American release, Xenoblade Chronicles hits store shelves today (you can read our review here ). To commemorate the occasion, we asked the executive director, Tetsuya Takahashi of Monolith Software, five quick questions about this anticipated Wii RPG. (Interview...
Quick 15: Xenoblade Chronicles
on December 02, 2011 at 07:25 PM
We only discovered earlier today that Xenoblade Chronicles, the long-awaited Wii RPG from Monolith Soft, is finally being brought over to North America early next year. However, by the time that news hit, I had already done horrible, unspeakable things to my Wii in order to make a European copy of the...
Top 10 Import-Only Oddities
on August 18, 2011 at 05:30 PM
Not every game makes its way to North America. In many cases, this is understandable; train simulators and anime dating games wouldn’t find the same audience over here as they do overseas. But what about the games that seem like a good fit? Some of them are installments in well-known series, while...
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