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Xenoblade Chronicles: Monolith Soft wants to work on the saga again

Xenoblade Chronicles is living a second life thanks to the wonderful Definitive Edition for Nintendo Switch. Will the saga continue? Although Monolith Soft had previously claimed that it had no precise plans for the brand, the success ...

Xenoblade Chronicles sells twice as many copies on Nintendo Switch than the original on Wii

In the past few hours, the first data regarding sales at the launch of Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition on Nintendo Switch have emerged, and it seems that Monolith's remastering of the title ...

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition - Review

Nine years have passed since, at the end of its life cycle, Nintendo Wii gave us three pearls of the JRPG world: Pandora's Tower, The Last Story and Xenoblade Chronicles. If the first two remain ...
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Xenoblade Chronicles: Future Connected, the "two and a half reasons" why the epilogue was ...

Although Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition is primarily designed to allow players to recover the experience on new consoles, Monolith Soft has decided to add an extra dedicated to veterans: Future Connected, the ...

Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Monolith Soft. worked on the game

Strange as it may seem, the developers behind the Xenoblade series titles have made their contributions in the work behind Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The Japanese software house made it known ...

Xenoblade Chronicles X, Monolith Soft would like to take it to Nintendo Switch but the operation is very ...

Born with the chapter for Wii, the Xenoblade Chronicles series continued on Wii U with the title "spin-off" X and the real second chapter on Switch, with the recent DLC Torna ...

Monolith Soft takes over for a new RPG

In May, Monolith Soft had published a job offer for developers with experience in action games. The offer has recently been updated, and is now addressed to programmers, map modellers and ...

Tetsuya Takahashi of Monolith Soft wants to make a dramatic game with erotic content

Monolith Soft is especially famous for the Xenoblade Chronicles series, whose last installment in the series was released a few months ago on Nintendo Switch; currently the software house is working on other projects and Tetsuya ...

Naughty Dog, a lighting artist explains the differences between games at ...

What's the difference between making a 30fps game and a 60fps game? Because some titles appear graphically inferior to others released over the years ...

Ninjala has officially surpassed 4 million downloads on Nintendo ...

In the past few hours, GungHo Online Entertainment announced that Ninjala, the free-to-play action released as a Nintendo Switch exclusive on June 24th, has officially passed ...

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