The incredible development team behind the critically acclaimed Xenoblade Chronicles have confirmed that they’re working on a brand new game for Wii U. The news was announced during the Japanese Nintendo Direct conference. Sadly there isn’t any further information about the project.
Nintendo of America has announced that gamers who pre-order the wonderful Xenoblade Chronicles at GameStop are eligible to receive a special edition art book. GameStop has mentioned that those who pre-order Xenoblade Chronicles either online, or at one of its retail outlets, will get the limited edition Xenoblade art book.
Monolith Soft, the developer behind the fantastic Xenoblade Chronicles, is currently recruiting staff for a brand new Nintendo 3DS game. The developer is looking for effect designers, motion designers and 3DCG designers. We already know that Monolith Soft is hard at work developing a game for Nintendo’s forthcoming Wii U console.
Nintendo has uploaded a new North American trailer for the fantastic Xenoblade Chronicles. The game came out in April last year in Europe but it’s finally making its way to North America on April 6th. The game is available for purchase through GameStop or direct from Nintendo themselves. Make sure you pre-order!
Nintendo of America has announced that the superb Xenoblade Chronicles is coming to North America on April 6th. The game launched to critical acclaim when it was released earlier last year in Europe, and is most certainly a game you should consider picking up. Xenoblade Chronicles will be available to purchase through Gamestop and Nintendo.
Apparently US gaming emporium GameStop reached out to Nintendo and persuaded them to release Xenoblade Chronicles in the United States according to an anonymous source. The source also claimed that GameStop is aiding with publishing costs for the game.
The same source also revealed that Nintendo of America will be looking closely at Xenoblade Chronicles pre-orders before committing to releasing The Last Story in the US. Apparently pre-orders for Xenoblade Chronicles are not doing as well as Nintendo had expected.