Inelegant and tedious, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is the anti-Nintendo game. In a year full of triumphs for the spunky Switch, this massive role-playing game is a disappointment.
On the eve of Xenoblade Chronicles 2's worldwide release, the game’s official Twitter announced that KOS-MOS Re: will make an appearance as a Rare Blade.
Monolith Soft, famous for the Xeno series, has announced its hiring up for a “new project.” That’s not unusual, but the recruitment listing states this is a “new project that differs from Monolith Soft’s brand image.”
Xenoblade 2 will officially release during the 2017 holiday season, despite rumors that it was delayed to 2018. The action RPG is sure to have plenty of blades and I’m sure some of them will be quite ‘xeno.’
While at Monolith Soft, veteran producer Koji Ishitani and game director Soichiro Morizumi collaborated on several crossover projects. Between them, they logged 30 years at Monolith, and they also both left the studio on March 31.
There are many things we could compare between Xenoblade Chronicles X and Final Fantasy XV. But today, we're going to see which has the coolest-looking sliding. That's right, sliding.
Oh hey there, new trailer for Xenoblade Chronicles X. You're looking oh so fine.
The next big Wii U RPG still has no release date—other than "2014"—but it continues to look great.
There's no title yet for the upcoming open-world RPG from Monolith Soft, the people behind critically-acclaimed Wii RPG Xenoblade, but it's codenamed X. And it's got giant robots. Which reminds me of Xenogears. Which makes me very happy.
Monolith Soft showed off its latest game today in a short trailer. The game footage showed a protagonist running across a field, slaying monsters, and flying around in a jet pack.
Game designer Tetsuya Takahashi and his team at Monolith Soft are working on a totally new title for the Wii U.
Xenoblade Chronicles taught me an important lesson: Never trust the Internet.
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…
Wii role-playing game Xenoblade (aka Monado: Beginning of the World) will no longer be a Japan-exclusive, thanks to Nintendo of Europe. The company is bringing the game to the Wii in Europe as Xenoblade Chronicles.
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?
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?
Monado: Beginning of the World didn't get much attention from Nintendo during its E3 2009 media briefing this week, but it cared enough to upload media for the Wii role-playing game.
We may not agree with the grooming choices of Disaster: Day of Crisis — 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…
Nintendo has dated Disaster: Day of Crisis for Europe, pegging the Wii action-adventure for October 24, curing it of its previously reported "indefinitely delayed" status. From developers Monolith Soft (Baten Kaitos, Xenosaga), Disaster puts gamers in the shoes and beard of Raymond Bryce, retired U.S. Marine and…