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  • Blog Post: Xenoblade Chronicles Gets A Cappella Treatment From Smooth McGroove

    A cappella artist Smooth McGroove has released his latest performance on his popular YouTube channel. In today's video, Smooth McGroove tackles the song from Gaur Plains in Xenoblade Chronicles. Though the game released on Wii in North America in 2012, the timing for this video coincides with next... More
  • Blog Post: Download A Song From Xenoblade Chronicles X's Soundtrack

    RPG fans have been anxiously awaiting Xenoblade Chronicles X, a spiritual successor to the fantastic Xenoblade Chronicles. Unfortunately, the game has been largely under wraps outside of few trailers and a live demo at this past E3. But for those who want to get into the spirit of this grand sci-fi adventure... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Should The New 3DS Get Exclusive Games?

    Nintendo is known for improving and iterating on its handheld hardware. Even going back as far as the original Game Boy, these systems have had incarnations in various sizes with different features. Nintendo continues the trend with the New 3DS , but not all games released for the system will be compatible... More
  • Blog Post: Latest Trailer For Monolith’s Upcoming Wii U Game

    Monolith Soft, the developers behind 2010’s Xenoblade Chronicles for Wii, is still calling its upcoming Wii U game “X.” Originally announced during a Nintendo Direct earlier this year, we still don’t know much about the game other than that it incorporates large-scale, open-world... More
  • Blog Post: Wii U Title Coming From Makers Of Xenoblade

    Nintendo showed a brief trailer for a new Wii U title from Xenoblade developer Monolith Soft, and it looks pretty impressive. No details behind the game were given, and it doesn't even have a title – although the trailer ends with a big red "X" painted on the screen, so make of that... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 7/27/12

    We here at GI are honoring the opening of the 2012 Olympics with our own individual gamer Olympics. Josh Straub : In addition to going to see The Dark Knight Rises I will also be revisiting some of last year's greatest hits: Star Fox 64 3D, Twisted Metal, and Uncharted 3. Oh and I'll also be... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 6/29/12

    This weekend our plans include deciding that we are too cool for electronic entertainment, make life-sized sculptures of cows made out of butter, and talking about how great Duke Nukem Forever was. None of those are true. Read on to learn the real hijinks that we will be having this weekend. Kyle Hilliard... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 6/15/12

    This weekend we have weddings to go to, games to play, zoos to rob (err... enjoy), and birthdays to party. Read on to see what the weekend has in store for the various people of Game Informer. Ben Hanson: After finally getting past a difficult boss fight, I've rekindled my love affair with Xenoblade... More
  • Blog Post: Weekend Warrior 6/1/12

    We've all begun the quick descent into the madness that is E3 , and most of us will be attempting to deal with it this weekend by either pretending we're relaxing or by cramming in a bunch of our favorite games. Jeff Cork : E3 is around the corner, which means I won’t be playing many games... More
  • Blog Post: Xenoblade Chronicles Confirmed For North America

    Update 3 : Xenoblade Chronicles will be available exclusively through U.S. GameStop retail locations and Nintendo's website for $49.99. Update 2 : Nintendo of America has confirmed Xenoblade Chronicles is coming to North America in April next year for the Wii. The company has not commented on whether... More
  • Blog Post: Xenoblade Not Coming To North America

    When word broke that Monolith was bringing Xenoblade to Europe, complete with an English translation, U.S. gamers were cautiously optimistic that it would lead to a North American release as well. Turns out that's probably not happening. Along with Xenoblade, fans were petitioning Nintendo to bring... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: Join The Fight To Bring Some Good RPGs To The Wii

    UPDATE: Fan efforts to bring notice to these Japanese releases are already starting to pay off. Over on Amazon , Monado: Beginning of the World (the original title of Xenoblade) has become the #1 bestseller in the video game category based on pre-orders. This is without the game having an official announcement... More
  • Blog Post: Xenosaga Creators Working On A Wii U Game

    A couple of years ago, Nintendo bought controlling interest in Xenosaga development house Monolith Soft. The studio released Xenoblade Chronicles for the Wii last year in Japan, but the game still hasn't made it's way to the states. Now, it seems, development has shifted over to Nintendo’s... More
  • Blog Post: Xenoblade Gets Localized, But Not For North America

    The latest project from Monolith Soft (developer of the Xenosaga series) is finally getting a release outside of Japan. The bad news? It's just slated for Europe. Fans of Monolith Soft can still find a silver lining in the announcement: Though Xenoblade Chronicles (formerly Xenoblade, formerly Monado... More
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