Looks like you guys are getting the British voices. Have fun with them, especially Reyn. xD
Of course we are! Re dubbing it would be extremely stupid. I have no problem with the British voices! xD I like British voices in Rpg's.
Those words I was unable to convey... That day... That time... Those thoughts I was unable to carry out... Words and thoughts... The connection between the two... Without words, thoughts cannot be conveyed... Without thoughts, there are no words... They are both as vital as each other...They can never be divided... Like the wings of angels...
New Xenoblade Chronicles trailer shows off combat and menus
Xenoblade Chronicles is still on track for its April 2012 release in North America, proving that there's nothing in this world that you can't do. This latest trailer from Nintendo and Monolith Soft shows off the game's combat, crafting and weapons systems, as well as some very large robot swords.
Xenoblade Chronicles comes out in North America next week and if you reserve the game at GameStop youíll get an art book as a bonus. Nintendo sent one of these over to us, so letís check it out! (Thatís the cover on the right.)
The art bookís 20 pages are printed on heavy and glossy paper so these scans arenít perfect, but hopefully youíll have a better idea of the bonus item. Nintendo also has a black classic controller bundle on sale for $64.99 through their online store.
Epic Wii RPG Xenoblade Chronicles has turned up outside of its “exclusive” distribution channels.
The MonolithSoft effort, which has spiritual ties to the Xenosaga series, was announced as a Nintendo Shop and Gamestop exclusive.
Nevertheless, there it is on Gamefly.
Xenoblade Chronicles is out now, and holds a 92 Metacritic average. Along with Mistwalker’s The Last Story and Pandora’s Tower, it makes up a trinity of Wii JRPGs which were not expected to launch in the west. After much fan petitioning, European launches were secured, and thanks to reasonable success, the localisations have filtered across to the US.