Monolith Soft Releases 2nd Track for Xenoblade Chronicles X

Friday, December 26th, 2014

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Xenoblade Chronicles X - New Logo Feature

Almost as if giving us all a Christmas present, yesterday Monolith Soft updated Xenoblade Chronicles X’s official website again, this time releasing the second music track. The first track introduced was the game’s main theme that was heard during the game’s announcement trailer, while this new track played during the game’s E3 trailer a year ago, featuring Mika Kobayashi as the vocalist in all her engrish glory.

With these tracks being composed by Hiroyuki Sawano, you will notice many similarities with his style akin to¬†other works that he has done, especially¬†if you’re an avid anime fan. Some of those works are Gundam Unicorn, Guilty Crown, Kill la Kill, Attack on Titan, Aldnoah.Zero, and Seven Deadly Sins. Thanks for the gift, Monolith Soft!

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  • Taiyaki

    I just noticed reading the Japanese text that the game is actually pronounced Xenoblade CROSS, not Xenoblade EX as so many call it in english.

    • ScienceNonfiction

      The official Japanese pronunciation is “Cross” whereas the official English pronunciation is “Ex”. If you listen to Japanese Nintendo Directs you’ll hear Iwata calling it “Cross” but in the English Directs he says “Ex”.

      Yeah, it’s weird.