With the success of Xenoblade, many fans have been hoping to see a remaster of Monolith Soft’s previous series. General Manager Katsuhiro Harada revealed that Bandai Namco did consider a remaster of Xenosaga, but its market analysis didn’t produce the necessary results.
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Nintendo held a Direct presentation today chock-full of RPGs. Headlines include Switch versions for Xenoblade Chronicles, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, and Divinity: Original Sin II, plus a release date for Game Freak’s Little Town Hero, a new demo for Daemon X Machina, and some more Pokémon Sword and Shield features.
As part of confronting his insecurities, Jervon Perkins revisited the Xenosaga trilogy. A decade after first playing the games, he learns an important lesson about self-esteem and self-confidence.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country has been out for a month now, but Nintendo has a new video to highlight the title to newcomers. The English overview trailer explains many of the game’s major features.
The promised expansion for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has arrived, taking both fans and new players a chance to go back 500 years before the main game’s events. Torna ~ The Golden Country does a fine job of providing a mature tale and fresh combat that will satisfy both.
RPGamers will soon journey with Mythra and many other familiar faces in Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna. The expansion takes a look back at the events several hundred years prior to Rex’s adventures.
Nintendo spent some time at Gamescom demonstrating some of the content coming in Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s standalone Torna expansion. In addition, some additional Expansion Pass content was revealed for the main game, and will be available to owners today.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s prequel expansion takes a more rigid approach to party structure than the base game. Three new screenshots show the three Drivers and six Blades that will be accompanying players in September.
A lot changes in five hundred years and the world of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is no exception. See what additions are available now or coming soon for Expansion Pass owners.
The latest Xenoblade Chronicles 2 update brings some more Expansion Pass content. In addition to the new Blade and quests, there are also new difficulty options for players to tinker with.
Nintendo’s Treehouse Live show spent some time showcasing the newest content for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Both the new Challenge Mode and upcoming Torna ~ The Golden Country expansion received their own demonstrations providing plenty of info.
Though Torna ~ The Golden Country is still a few months away, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Expansion Pass owners will get some new content very soon. The newest addition is a Challenge Mode that sees a couple of familiar faces from elsewhere turn up.
Nintendo’s E3 Direct started strongly with the reveal of a big expansion for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Torna – The Golden Country will take players into the past this September.
More updates are coming to Xenoblade Chronicles 2, with the newest arriving on Friday. The biggest additions are two new rare Blades, one of whom may be familiar to RPGamers.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s latest patch is set to arrive next week. The patch adds in a New Game+ as well as an easy mode and other quality of life updates.
The next set of Expansion Pass content for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 releases overnight. This batch adds a new set of quests in addition to providing some more helpful items.
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