Xenoblade Chronicles X (Nintendo Wii U)

by Nintendo

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X marks the spot the next massive sci-fi role-playing game from monolith soft, the creators of baten kaitos and xenoblade chronicles, comes exclusively to wii u. A terrible intergalactic war leaves just a handful of earth survivors trying to live in a beautiful yet hostile environment. Players engage in battles against powerful creatures of all forms and sizes using the deep battle system that builds on the triumphs of xenoblade chronicles for wii. fetaures: - riding and controlling a weaponized mech, players can explore every inch of the massive open world displayed in gorgeous high-definition graphics. The world is filled...

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Alabaster, AL
9 reviews
Absolutely love this game. There is so much to do. The landscape expansive and completely explorable. I love the ability to play with or without other people. That is a great feature
Absolutely love this game. There is so much to do. The landscape expansive and completely explorable. I love the ability to play with or without other people. That is a great feature
30 reviews
After many hours of riding around in mech suits and exploring the vast planet Mira, the massive scale of Xenoblade Chronicles X still amazes me. The tumultuous alien world is an artistically breathtaking landscape full of hostile foes to fight, terrain to explore, and a near-endless supply of quests to complete. It’s a long and sometimes grindy road, but the powerful mechs you eventually unlock make fighting and exploring in the hostile open reward of this action roleplaying game both rewarding and immersive.
After many hours of riding around in mech suits and exploring the vast planet Mira, the massive scale of Xenoblade Chronicles X still amazes me. The tumultuous alien world is an artistically breathtaking landscape full of hostile foes to fight, terrain to explore, and a near-endless supply of quests to complete. It’s a long and sometimes grindy road, but the powerful mechs you eventually unlock make fighting and exploring in the hostile open reward of this action roleplaying game both rewarding and immersive.
Jacksonville, FL
193 reviews
This is amazing. It feels like the world will never end, which is great. There is free roaming. There is basically no penalty for death. This is for someone who loves stats and leveling. There is a lot character maintenance and customization.
This is amazing. It feels like the world will never end, which is great. There is free roaming. There is basically no penalty for death. This is for someone who loves stats and leveling. There is a lot character maintenance and customization.
29 reviews
Husband just picked up this game the other day. He seems to really enjoy it, but so far, it's more of an interactive movie (walk five steps, trigger a cinematic) than an actual game, just like Xenosaga. The battle system is a little overcomplicated for me, so I'm content to just watch.
Husband just picked up this game the other day. He seems to really enjoy it, but so far, it's more of an interactive movie (walk five steps, trigger a cinematic) than an actual game, just like Xenosaga. The battle system is a little overcomplicated for me, so I'm content to just watch.
Gamer Expert Level 1
454 reviews
After enjoying the first Xenoblade, I was mildly disappointed that they changed the world/story so much in this one. However, I learned not to hold this one to the standards of the previous. There is a *vast* world to explore (even larger than the previous), endless sidequests, and infinite upgrades for armor/weapons. The only thing I really didn't like was the weird electro-rock-ish music. 
After enjoying the first Xenoblade, I was mildly disappointed that they changed the world/story so much in this one. However, I learned not to hold this one to the standards of the previous. There is a *vast* world to explore (even larger than the previous), endless sidequests, and infinite upgrades for armor/weapons. The only thing I really didn't like was the weird electro-rock-ish music. 
Toronto, ON
93 reviews
Great game, love the Xenoblade series. The collectors edition is beautiful. I bought a Wii U just for this game.
Great game, love the Xenoblade series. The collectors edition is beautiful. I bought a Wii U just for this game.
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