Operation Rainfall gets their Hands on a Copy of the Xenoblade Art Book

Friday, March 30th, 2012

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I got the art book right here in my hands folks, and what a beauty it is. 23 pages of context when counting front and back as well as the cover. It is thick, sharp, colorful, and glossy! Trust me when I say if you are looking forward to Xenoblade, you want this book!

Thanks goes to Mark Ryan of IGN for sending us the copy!

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  • Eugene Ng

    Awww… Isn’t that kind with the opening message? I suppose Nintendo is looking rectifying their past mistakes from last year and admit that they have to swallow their pride and get up to speed with the competitiors. I thought about the quote from Nintendo saying “We never say never” was hard to believe because of the lack of Wii titles and they don’t want to add more third party titles for the Wii but it seems they want to finish the Wii off properly before the Wii U. Well, it all figures! Overall, awesome Xenoblade artbook! Two thumbs up!

  • David Easterling

    I just realized there is a plant in the background…it blends in with the tree on the cover of the book! XD