Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition for Nintendo Switch

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition

May 29, 2020
20th of 7823

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


MONOLITHSOFT’s epic Xenoblade Chronicles game, which originally launched in 2012 on the Wii system, is destined to be reborn on Nintendo Switch as Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition. The game, which chronicles the adventures of Shulk and Fiora, is scheduled to launch for Nintendo Switch in 2020.

Gamer Reviews

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Nov 20, 2021

I love so much this game

Jul 7, 2021
This review contains spoilers.

The Monado: The Legendary Red Sword: 🗡 The Destroyer of Mechons: Mechonis and Bionis The 2 Titans that fought until they both died that over time the Bionis form life forms called Humanoid/Homs know as humans and Nopons; The Mechonis form life forms for the Mechina/Mechons as machines. The Monado Is A Sword that gives the user Special Abilities as seeing stuff happen ahead of time, give teammates shields and teammates the ability to hurt the Mechons but also it made the user weak over time like with Dunban Right Arm; Shulk and Fiora Have Their 1st Ever Kiss 😘 being Long Time Friends since they were kids and shows how much they really love ❤️ and care about each other as the game goes on with some crazy plot twists. Shulk and Company have to Stop Metal Face the Head of the Mechons; Zanza is the Evil God that tells Shulk he must win to become God himself to Save The Universe from existing with Rein Time Fiora Dunban and others in this Cinematic Cutscenes MasterPiece.

  1. GamePlay: 9
  2. Story/Characters: 10
  3. Music/Sound: 10
  4. Voice Acting: 10
  5. Graphics: 9
Oct 30, 2021

I played the original wii title and the switch remake, both imposible to beat, cause the lackluster cast and story, maybe for first timers it was a great story but after playing gears and saga clearly is not, while the combat is fun and the world is incredible i didnt care for the characters. i didnt feel that surprise moment everything was too predictable until they pull a star ocean 3 at the end.

Critic Reviews

61 Reviews
Richard SeagraveJun 08, 2020
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition isn’t going to blow anyone away, but it’s undoubtedly the best version of a very good JRPG. Those unacquainted with the Wii and 3DS versions of the game will get the most out of it, but thanks to Future Connected, the introduction of many quality of life improvements, and considerably enhanced visuals, fans aren’t likely to be disappointed either.
Drew LeachmanJun 24, 2020
Xenoblade Chronicles is a fantastic game. It has some feelings of Final Fantasy XII, but at the same time, feels unlike any other game. The combat is complex and challenging, exploration is both fun and rewarding, and the story and world is something to be seen. Fans of the original game can still have a blast here and people who never tried it before on Wii or 3DS should most certainly pick this one up. This is one of those RPG that will be on top 10 lists for years.
Dave AubreyMay 27, 2020
While Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition doesn't entirely look like a new game, with remnants of Wii design clear to see, everything else about it stands shoulder-to-shoulder with modern JRPGs. Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition has an explosive story, mesmerizing worlds, dramatic cutscenes, and a lot of heart. If you're a JRPG fan and you haven't played Xenoblade Chronicles yet, you owe it to yourself to give this game a try.