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Here’s The New ‘Heir to the Monado’ Trailer For Xenoblade Chronicles 3D

Nintendo has released a brand-new trailer for Xenoblade Chronicles 3D. Titled “Heir to the Monado,” the three-minute video looks at how Shulk discovers the legendary Monado blade gives him visions that can be used to his advantage in battle. The game, which is a remake of the acclaimed Xenoblade Chronicles for Wii, launches exclusively for New Nintendo 3DS on April 10th. It introduces a new mode that lets players view 3D models of characters and listen to music tracks from the game.

17 thoughts on “Here’s The New ‘Heir to the Monado’ Trailer For Xenoblade Chronicles 3D”

    1. I would imagine the Wii version is better, just by how it looks. And the people that are making this made the DKCR port, which was still better on the Wii than the 3DS. Can’t say for sure though.

    2. I think it’ll play better, with less clutter but in the visuals department it just wouldn’t be as great as on a TV. And there’s also the fact that you can’t see as many enemies and buildings in a single screen

  1. My Wind Waker Is Bigger (I.A.B.A.B)

    Totally off topic, but can the 3ds handle engines like unreal engine. Just saw a game on my phone and it looked just fucking like a Xbox game.

    1. you know phones have much stronger hardware these days, they’re normally like 600+ dollars with out contracts to subsidize the cost.

  2. Why can’t people just understand that this Xenoblade…what’s so special or unique? You can run in grass on other games too, mostly Skyrim which is almost the same. Xenoblade as I hear, is an auto-attack game. You have more control in Skyrim. make something that’s more than running around in grass a robos Nintendo.

    1. Nintendo Elite Commander Quadraxis

      Yes because running on grass is what makes this game overall…

      Xbot, go home…

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