With a deep and heavy emphasis on combat, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is similar in structure to the original Wii game than the more exploration-heavy Chronicles X. Those that love the constant-combat mechanic of traditional JRPG games will find a lot to love.
Michael’s back with one of the least appreciated games from the Gamecube era for this week’s Retro Game Friday! It’s time to draw with Baten Kaitos!
Players who enjoy rewarding combat systems and progression with a strong focus on exploration will more than likely love Xenoblade Chronicles X, the latest in this series to hit the Nintendo Wii U as an exclusive adventure on that console.
This is literally what’s going on in Billy’s household right now. Alia got him Xenoblade Chronicles X for Christmas and told him he could start playing it early. Now she’s further in the game than he is.
Aster worries that she might lose Jordan to Xenoblade Chronicles X’s massive world when it’s released for the Wii U later this year.