Some killa news has just dropped regarding Xenoblade, the sick looking Wii RPG that's been sitting solely on Japan's shores for a minute now. A recent press release from Nintendo is stating that Xenoblade Chronicles will be heading to Europe and it will feature English and Japanese voice overs. Below is what has been shared from this press release:"Nintendo of Europe can confirm that it will be bringing the epic RPG, Xenoblade Chronicles to Europe for Wii. The title, already launched in Japan, brings to life a universe where two worlds called Bionis and Mechonis fight a war that knows no end.
Join the battle for Bionis to repel the invasion of a terrifying mechanical army and uncover the secrets of a mystical sword called the Monado.
Xenoblade Chronicles will be launching later this year for Wii featuring both English and Japanese voice-overs and will be fully subtitled in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish."Nintendo.co.uk has posted up a sweet new trailer for game too:http://www.nintendo.co.uk/NOE/en_GB/games/wii/xenoblade_chronicles_32583.html
I'm all lit up like a xmas tree after hearing this, hopefully ya all are too. If this game don't sell like mad... I'll be mad. It needs to be known to Nintendo that RPG's need to be sent overseas without any hesitation, including others like The Last Story and Earth Seeker.
Not that it really needs to be said but here's a quick reminder of the Famitsu Scores:Xenoblade - 9/9/9/9
- Released in Japan on June 10 2010.The Last Story - 10/10/9/9
- Released in Japan on January 27 2011.Earth Seeker
- Kadokawa Games have announced a delay for Earth Seeker. It was due for release on April 7. Due to "various circumstances" (this usually means something earthquake related) the date has been changed to TBA.