Nintendo sheds light on Monolith Soft’s masterful J-RPG successor, revealing arts, combos, classes and more.
Monolith Soft lays on the hype with a smorgasboard of new tantalizing screenshots, videos and info on one of 2015’s most anticipated RPG’s.
Spoilers: it’s amazing.
Nintendo has released a new 25-minute block of glorious Xenoblade Chronicles X footage that is sure to tantalize and raise your hype factor for the Wii U exclusive a thousandfold. As revealed by the developers at Monolith Soft, Xenoblade Chronicles X isn’t a direct sequel to its Wii predecessor, but rather a “spiritual successor” to Xenoblade Chronicles, and that the two games are unrelated in a direct way. New info has also come to light regarding the game’s online component, which Monolith Software’s Tetsuya Takahashi describes as a “loosely connected” experience. Xenoblade Chronicle X‘s online features won’t be as dynamic as a traditional MMO, but despite the “feeling