Xenoblade Chronicles

Xenoblade Chronicles

A jRPG developed by Monolith Software, studio led by Tetsuya Takahashi. The game is an attempt to restore the high position of the genre established first by the best installments in the Final Fantasy series. The story is set in an original universe built from the bodies of two gods that once fought and eventually killed each other. While one of those bodies is inhabited by humans, the other one is populated by mechanical being preparing to launch an attack on the other party. The player is put in the shoes of Shulk, an 18-year-old orphan, whose home at Colony 9 is attacked by the machines. The game focuses on exploration, featuring vast locations as well as various enemies dealt with using a real-time combat system that offers a wide array of special attacks. One of the game's hallmarks is the attachment meter that indicates the status of relationships among the team members. This element was inspired by the first installment in the Dragon Age series.

Nintendo Wii
Game Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii) Cover
Xenoblade Chronicles

Xenoblade Chronicles | Wii

RPG, TPP, fantasy, science fiction, sandbox, jRPG

Companies responsible for Xenoblade Chronicles

Monolith Software | game developer

Nintendo | publisher   Official website

Xenoblade Chronicles release date for Wii:

game language:

10 June 2010 | Worldwide

19 August 2011 | Europe PAL

19 August 2011 | USA NTSC

Game mode: single player
Game score 9.0 / 10 calculated out of 125 players' votes.