Monolith Soft: From A to Xeno (Part 2)
Posted on 7 years ago by Patrick(@Patricklous) in DS, Features, Game of the Month, Wii | 8 Comments
As June draws to a close, I’m back with a second look back at the history of Monolith Soft and the games they created over the last generation of Nintendo consoles – with the exception of the actual Game of the Month. This was a period of change for the company and saw the release of several more experimental titles. Bandai Namco sold the majority of their stock in Monolith Soft to Nintendo in 2007 and while they wouldn’t become a first-party developer until later, all games from this point on would be on Nintendo consoles. Despite this, Monolith would still keep close ties with their previous owner, who took on publishing duties for some of their more niche games. Following the release of Baten Kaitos Origins there was a gap of two years before Monolith Soft’s next title – Soma Bringer.
Image: Rejected ad for Disaster: Day of Crisis
Posted on 7 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Images, Wii | 3 Comments
Speaking of unused Nintendo ads, here’s another one for you. The shot above is a rejected ad for Disaster: Day of Crisis, with a CGI-looking Raymond Bryce.