Rumour: Monolith Soft Are Making An Xenoblade Chronicles X Sequel For The NX

A rumour posted on TiLMENDOMiNATiON’s Twitter page suggests that Monolith Soft are in the process of making a sequel to Xenoblade Chronicles X for the NX. Tilmen suggests that it would be more story based, and will allow you to transfer your save data from its Wii U predecessor.

At the moment, this is just a rumour, but here’s to hoping it’s true. If it is, more information should come to light in the coming months surrounding this.


Thanks, N-Dub Nation

Here’s The Latest Trailer For Project X Zone 2

To make the wait for Project X Zone 2 a bit easier, why not watch its latest trailer? The one-minute promo looks at some of the role-playing crossover’s featured titles, including Yakuza: Dead Souls, Sakura Wars, Virtua Fighter, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, Megaman X, Tekken and Tales of Vesperia. Project X Zone 2 launches in North America on February 27 for Nintendo 3DS. A demo will be available on January 26 via the Nintendo eShop.

Monolith Soft’s Next Project Will Look And Feel “Pretty Different”

Monolith Soft founder Tatsuya Takahashi says that while he’s pleased with Xenoblade Chronicles X the next title that the team will work on will look and feel different. It’s probably safe to assume it will look different visually as it is most likely destined for Nintendo’s next platform, the NX.

“I tend to get bored with things pretty easily, so I’d like to keep creating things with different approaches every time,” says Takahashi. “Along those lines, I’d definitely like my next project to look and feel pretty different from this one. The ‘Xeno’ name, by the way, really just exists to make it clear that these are Tetsuya Takahashi productions.”


Here’s The Accolades Trailer For Xenoblade Chronicles X

Nintendo has released an accolades trailer for Monolith Soft‘s Xenoblade Chronicles X, highlighting some of the positive reviews it garnered from multiple publications. The new promo also gives a glimpse of the role-playing game’s breathtaking visuals and captivating soundtrack. Xenoblade Chronicles X is set in a vast world known as Mira, which is composed of five huge continents. Players assume the role of a character that can be customized with features such as gender, facial components, clothes and hair. The game is available now in stores and on the Nintendo eShop for Wii U.


Here’s The New Survival Trailer For Xenoblade Chronicles X

Nintendo has unveiled another new trailer for Monolith Soft‘s Xenoblade Chronicles X, ahead of the upcoming role-playing title’s launch next week. The 30-second promo gives glimpses of some of the game’s vast continents, hostile lifeforms and epic Skells battles. Xenoblade Chronicles will be available on December 4 in stores and on the Nintendo eShop for Wii U.

Monolith Soft (Xenoblade) Posts For “Urgent” And “Mass” Openings

Monolith Soft, the acclaimed development studio behind Xenoblade Chronicles and Xenoblade Chronicles X, are currently on a mass recruitment drive. Some of the positions are marked as urgent so it obviously sounds as though they need applicants to apply as soon as possible. It’s both the Tokyo studio and Kyoto studios which is looking for support. Here’s the job openings that are currently on offer at the prestigious studio.

Here’s what they have under their Tokyo office recruitment section:

  • Programmer
  • Planner
  • 3DCG Designer (Urgent!)
  • 2D Designer
  • Effect Designer
  • Motion Designer
  • Project Manager

Followed by one for the Kyoto office:

  • 3DCG Designer (Mass Recruitment!)
  • Effect Designer
  • Motion Designer



Check Out The New Extended Trailer For Project X Zone 2

The latest trailer for Project X Zone 2 offers an extensive look at what the forthcoming Nintendo 3DS crossover sequel has to offer. Developed by Monolith Soft, the game gives players the chance to play as characters from a multitude of celebrated franchises such as Sakura Wars, Virtua Fighter, Resident Evil, Megaman, Devil May Cry, Tekken, Tales of Vesperia, Xenoblade, Street Fighter and much more. Project X Zone 2 launches next month in Japan, followed by a February 2016 release in North America and Europe.