Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Revealed for September Release

Nintendo and Monolith Soft have announced that five years after the arrival of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 fans of the series will finally be getting a new game as the action RPG will have a new entry releasing later this year in September. Xenoblade Chronicles 3 will place players into the roles of protagonists Noah and Mio amid turmoil between the hostile nations of Keves and Agnus. Six characters ha...

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition Trailer Introduces the Characters

Ten years ago Xenoblade Chronicles had a fairly troubled release in the West so many potential fans never had a chance to check it out and now that Nintendo and Monolith Soft are bringing Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition to the Nintendo Switch, the company has released a new trailer showing off the game’s cast and their various abilities. This includes the main character Shulk as wel...

Xenosaga HD Collection “Failed Profitable Market Analysis”

With so many different HD collections coming out and bringing fan favorite series back from the dead, there are always a few slightly more niche series that fans hope to hear about and while there may have been some hope for the Xenosaga series at some point, that hope has been dashed. While speaking with fans through Twitter Bandai Namco‘s Katsuhiro Harada revealed that while the company wa...

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Launching During 2017 Holidays

Nintendo announced during their E3 2017 spotlight that they are aiming to have Xenoblade Chronicles 2 released sometime this holiday season for the Switch. Alongside this release window the company released a nearly three minute long video, a handful of screenshots, and a brief overview of the game. Players will explore an endless ocean of clouds, where the last remnants of civilization live on th...

Project X Zone Removed from Nintendo 3DS eShop

In some unfortunate news for fans of cross-over RPGs, Project X Zone appears to have been completely removed from the Nintendo 3DS eShop in North America as well as Europe. Bandai Namco has yet to release a statement regarding the removal of the digital version of the game but those who have already purchased the title digitally will still be able to download the game through their 3DS’ hist...

Project X Zone 2 Review

Project X Zone 2 Developer: Monolith Software Publisher: Bandai Namco Platform: Nintendo 3DS Release Date: February 16, 2016 Price: $39.99 US – Available Here $69.95 AUS – Available Here Overview There was once a time that large scale cross-over titles would have had zero chance of being released in the West. Between the possible struggles with licenses and the risk of localizing such ...

Project X Zone 2 Plops a Demo on the eShop

Ok, well maybe “plop” is bad wording. How about release? Bandai Namco have released (much better) a demo for their upcoming sequel Project X Zone 2, which looks to be a fitting follow-up to the ultimate team up that we first saw a few years back. There isn’t a whole lot to say about this news other than you can download it from the eShop on the 3DS and that it will probably wet s...

Project X Zone 2 Demo Being Released in January 2016

Bandai Namco has announced that they will be releasing a demo for Project X Zone 2 onto the Nintendo eShop in North America sometime in January 2016 while European gamers will be getting the demo on January 21st. The full game, while already available in Japan, will be released in North America on February 16th and in Europe on February 12th. To go along with this announcement the company also rel...

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review

Xenoblade Chronicles X Developer: Monolith Soft Publisher: Nintendo Platform: Wii U Release Date: December 4, 2015 Price: $59.99 US – Available Here $89.95 AUS – Available Here Overview In a year full of open world games, including a number of which fans have been waiting years for, Xenoblade Chronicles X stands amongst the biggest. After being revealed two years ago, fans have been an...

Project X Zone 2 North American Pre-Order Bonuses Revealed

With Bandai Namco already planning to release Project X Zone 2 in the West the company has announced that those who pre-order the game will find themselves with a few little digital bonuses. Those who pre-order Project X Zone 2 will net themselves an exclusive Nintendo 3DS home theme featuring art from the game with all of the characters appearing on the screen as well as a Rare Item Pack that wil...

Xenoblade Chronicles X Nears Release with Details and Bundle Packshots

Xenoblade Chronicles X is now just weeks away, with a lovely bundle hitting Australia soon – as well as the regular game coming to the rest of the world. Yes, the story of Xenoblade existing in the west is almost as great as the game itself, but that is for another time. Today, Nintendo of Australia want to give players a better glimpse of what to expect with a bit of a catch-up and summary ...

Project X Zone 2’s NYCC Trailer Introduces More Characters

Bandai Namco has released a new trailer for Project X Zone 2 during New York Comic-Con today and with it they reveal more characters in the ever growing roster of fighters that take from numerous franchises owned by Sega, Capcom, and Bandai Namco. This twelve minute long trailer and accompanying screenshot dump that you can find below focus on introducing many of the so far introduced characters i...

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