Xenoblade Chronicles Coming to North America as a GameStop Exclusive

Despite heavy fan demand for Monolith Soft's role-playing masterpiece, Nintendo of America still hasn't revealed plans to bring Xenoblade Chronicles to North America. Who will step in and save U.S. role-players from missing out on what is arguable one of the best RPGs of this console generation? Would you believe… » 12/02/11 10:40am 12/02/11 10:40am

New Xenoblade Trailer Is Personal, Positive, Pretty

Our previous look at Monolith Soft's upcoming Wii role-playing game Xenoblade—formerly known as Monado: Beginning of the World—may not have convinced you that the game is worthy of carrying the "Xeno" prefix. But what about this new trailer? » 4/07/10 5:00pm 4/07/10 5:00pm

Nintendo's Xenoblade Inspires Hope For The Role-Playing Game Hungry Wii …

Xenosaga and Baten Kaitos developer Monolith Soft are giving the Japanese role-playing game another go with Nintendo, bringing Xenoblade to the Wii sometime in 2010... at least in Japan. Will the game's newest trailer make you demand an import? » 4/01/10 5:40pm 4/01/10 5:40pm

First Look At Disaster: Day of Crisis In Action

We may not agree with the grooming choices of Disaster: Day of Crisis » 9/10/08 6:40pm 9/10/08 6:40pm — chinstraps make us queasy — but we have to admit that our first look at the Wii game in action is pretty satisfying. It looks surprisingly good, not just in that "looks good for a Wii game" way either and will hopefully go a long way toward curbing…

Disaster: Day of Crisis No Longer Pinned Under Rubble Of Indefinite…

Nintendo has dated Disaster: Day of Crisis » 9/02/08 8:00pm 9/02/08 8:00pm for Europe, pegging the Wii action-adventure for October 24, curing it of its previously reported "" status. From developers Monolith Soft (, ), puts gamers in the shoes and beard of Raymond Bryce, retired U.S. Marine and former International Rescue Team operative, as he takes …

Disaster: Day of Crisis Still Exists, Gets Rated In Australia

Oh, hey, Disaster: Day of Crisis » 8/15/08 9:40pm 8/15/08 9:40pm. Man, it's been awhile. We thought you were dead. Fortunately, the Monolith Soft developed action game for the Wii just got an M rating in Australia, so we know it's alive and... well, alive. The Office of Film and Literature Classification lists the game as potentially objectionable…