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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D by Nintendo of America

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24.
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  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • Publisher: Nintendo of America
  • Developer: Monolith Soft
  • Category: Role-Playing

Product Details:

Take up arms against an invading army in this remake of an acclaimed RPG, only on the New Nintendo 3DS XL system. Explore vast landscapes and beat down foes in battles that blend real time action with RPG strategy. Exclusive features make the Xenoblade Chronicles 3D game the ultimate way to learn the truth behind the mythical sword, the Monado.

Due to the processing power and additional buttons of the New Nintendo 3DS XL, you can experience this epic RPG portably. Command your party or quickly jump between locations by pressing the new ZL & ZR buttons and look all around the game's beautiful environments using the C-Stick. These features perfectly round out an already outstanding adventure comprised of intense combat and intriguing storytelling. British voice actors and gorgeous art direction lend the story an authentic fantasy feel, while the customizable moves of your characters and chainable combos keep you on the edge of your seat.

  • Explore the classic Wii RPG game Xenoblade Chronicles portably - on the New Nintendo 3DS XL system
  • Take on the Mechon army and learn the truth behind the Monado blade
  • A robust action RPG battle system blending real-time combat and RPG strategy
  • Defeat enemies as Shulk or five other characters on your adventure
  • Using the new Model viewer, look over animated models of both enemies and allies.
  • Listen to the awesome riffs of the game's soundtrack using the new Jukebox feature

amiibo in Xenoblade Chronicles 3D

Earn in game tokens in Xenoblade Chronicles 3D by tapping a Shulk amiibo figure to the New Nintendo 3DS XL . Tokens can be used to unlock music and animated 3D models of various characters.

Important Information:

Game is only playable on the New Nintendo 3DS XL System

Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE Greatest Game of all Time. This game is flawless in mostly every way. The graphics may seem behind the times, although they are highly stylized and will age extremely well. The soundtrack is nearly perfect, with every track being memorable and amazing. The amazing music of Yoko Shimamura (Kingdom Hearts, Mario & Luigi) ACE+, and Minami Kyota coming together to form one amazing ost. The characters are also extremely memorable, especially Riki, Fiora, Dunban, and Shulk. I cannot explain in words how perfect this game is. Go buy it right now. It changed my life.
Date published: 2016-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Headphones Not Included I really love this game, however, my only complaint is the sound. I was done playing it for the day, and decided to play some Pokémon Omega Ruby. And to my discovery, the sound of battle within Xenoblade blew out my speakers! Now, I love this game, I really do! The soundtrack is amazing, the graphics are OK as far as the New 3DS goes, and even a beautiful and easy-to-understand story. I've always loved RPGs since I played Pokémon Pearl, and I was really excited to see Shulk's story when I saw him in Smash. But if you decide to buy this game, I recommend buying some headphones/earphones along with it.
Date published: 2015-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a big leap on the handheld side of things.... ok so Sony and Microsoft are busy ruling the Core Console world with letdown after letdown of major triple A titles on there next generation console. while Nintendo sits in the background being mocked and ridiculed by everyone under the sun now a days for there current core console yet there handheld has beat out everything on more than one occasion. this is just one game and is proof that Nintendo is very serious when it comes to there handheld fans. upgrading to the New 3Ds for the faster model and a bigger presser makes it possible for games like this to be made. to be ported over to a simple handheld. with all the amazing things the new system can do and all the little improvements they made this has to be the best. the ability to put out a massive port of a massive RPG from a core console on to there handheld making a statement that is simply this is no child's toy. with the ability to take serious games on the go. this is saying the 3Ds is a reminder of the Nintendo 64 era and is like a N64 in your hand but the New 3Ds is like a Wii system in your hands... making the impossible possible and pushing the very boundaries of there own products I play video games there for I as a gamer i salute you for this. I own the day one copy on Wii and now own this as well and can now relive the epic masterpiece on the go.
Date published: 2015-08-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Masterpiece, but should've been on the wii u The game has a great storyline and keeps you hooked, but you can really notice that this game was originally meant to be played on the big screen. The game would've looked better and even possibly sell more if it was ported on the wii u. Xenoblade 3d was really just to show off how powerful the n3ds was. Overall, its not bad, I would only reccomend gettiing it if you don't happen to get a hold of the wii version.
Date published: 2015-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from JRPG Portability at it's Finest Having NEVER played Xenoblades on the Wii, this was my first introduction to the series and I'm completely hooked. The graphics are well done and adequately presented, and the music is simply stunning (and Final Fantasy quality). Game play is fast, with "auto attacks" happening while you put in special commands. Not exactly for the casual gamer, this title is very enjoyable for all fans of JRPG's and action/RPG's in general. I will state that it's a little confusing at first, but the tutorial did help out immensely in getting into the swing of the game. I have to rant about the music: Simply incredible. The scores in this game are a joy to listen to.
Date published: 2015-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow... Just wow... This game is easily my favorite JRPG of all time. I have no idea on where to start with this, but here I go! The story is really engaging. It may not be early on, but later on, I almost guarantee that you will be sucked right in to the story. I don't want to spoil any of it for you, so I'm just gonna say it's great. The graphics are... sub-par. The textures can be good, but in certain places, it gets terrible. The only reason I scored it a 9 was because of the absolutely beautiful scenery. Off the top of my head, I can remember at least 10 locations that had me in complete awe the first time through. Most of the locations really stick to you, and the fact that each area has higher level enemies makes it a treat just to go back and experience it again. The gameplay is where it is really at, with cool real-time strategy elements to spruce it up. On the bottom of the screen, you have the battle palette. You can assign 8 arts to the palette at a time, with a talent art always there. There are multiple types of arts, like: Red=Physical attack, Blue=healing or defensive stat boosts, Yellow=Daze attack, Orange=Aura, Pink=Break attack, and Green=Topple. When you use an art, it goes through a cooldown before you can use it again. Certain arts will even have extra effects if you use it in a certain spot. If you build up the Party Gauge, you can unleash a Chain Attack, a move similar to turn-based strategy games where each character takes turns attacking. There is a lot more, but I'll just stop it here. My only gripe with the game is earning tokens to unlock models and tracks within the game. I costs 1 token to get a random song or model, and 3 tokens to get a guaranteed new one.It sounds simple, until you learn that each token costs 5 play coins. That means in a given day, you can get 2 tokens. Alternatively, you can use Streetpass or amiibo and get 3 tokens each. Problem is, you can only use a Shulk amiibo and you have to streetpass other people who have played Xenoblade Chronicles 3D. I was lucky and got a (extremely rare) Shulk amiibo, but I have never Streetpassed anyone who has played XBC3D yet. Overall, this is a great game definitely worth checking out, and if you haven't yet, definitely do it.
Date published: 2015-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Masterpiece on the go! While the Wii version may be the superior version of the game, having this game on the go for the new 3ds is absolutely mind-blowing. I don't know how they managed to pull of porting this epic game that pushed the wii to it's limits to the new 3ds. This game alone justifies a new 3ds purchase. It's that good. Though the graphics took a hit compared to the wii version, the game still looks great and the world of Xenoblade is in tact. This game was a masterpiece on the wii and is one of my favorite games of all time. Playing it again on the new 3ds reminded me again how amazing this game is from the amazing story, characters, music, and environments. Xenoblade Chronicles is a masterpiece and more people should play it and experience the epic adventure of Shulk and the monado.
Date published: 2015-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best JRPG's of all time. The only thing that holds this game back is the tech. Unfortunately Nintendo's consoles, and handhelds (while awesome) aren't able to do this game justice. However with the massive size, and scale of this game it's amazing how good it somehow manages to look on 3DS. I played the original, and loved it, and I can say this is just as awesome. They did a really good job capturing the feel of the original and bringing it to an immersive 3D handheld experience. The music in this game isn't quite as awesome as old school Final Fantasy, but still very nostalgic, and enjoyable. The gameplay is sort of a mix between JRPG's, and western style RPG's and it blends the two styles extremely well. The story is pretty epic in the way it unfolds, and has an awesome conclusion. If you like RPG's you need to play this game, however if you're not sure about JRPG's and haven't played any before, this massive game might be biting off more than you can chew, and I would recommend starting elsewhere. Overall an amazing game that I would recommend to anyone who enjoys good story telling and open world exploration.
Date published: 2015-05-22
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