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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 ...
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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 ...
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Xenoblade Chronicles: Futures Connected - The title takes place one year after the finale

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition will arrive during the month of May on Nintendo Switch and among the various additions that will bring the new re-release, the additional Future Connected chapter is the one that makes fans discuss the ...

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition - Release date and News

We continue to talk about the latest Nintendo Direct with further announcements dedicated to the titles coming to Nintendo Switch during 2020. With Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, the war between Bionis and Mechonis returns where ...

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 ...

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. Reports Strong Results for Fiscal First Quarter ...

GAAP net revenue grew 54% to $ 831.3 million, a fiscal first quarter record GAAP net income per diluted share increased 88% to $ 0.77 GAAP net ...

Howard: Life, Words - Review

In most cases, the general public simply consumes an entertainment product, without scratching its surface. And speaking of the ...

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