Xenoblade Chronicles X Soaring Skell Gameplay Video

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

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Xenoblade Chronicles X | oprainfall

Xenoblade Chronicles X, the long-awaited RPG from Monolith Soft, is less than a month away from releasing in North America and Europe. With review copies of the fully localized-game apparently live, gameplay videos have shown off the game in all its translated glory. This recent video from Gamexplain showcases the game’s mechanized Skells soaring above New Los Angeles and the surrounding landscape. It’s a short, simple video that showcases the breathtaking vistas players around the world will get to fully explore next month. While the Skells take a few dozen hours of gameplay to become available, it seems like the payoff will be worth it.

Xenoblade Chronicles X will be released exclusively for Wii U in North America and Europe on December 4.


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  • PanurgeJr

    I wonder if I’ll break my personal record of 217 gameplay hours for a single game with this one. (Guess what game.)

  • Mooseman

    Any confirmation of censorship in the US version? Also any other instances of censorship other than the bikini?

  • Adam Miller

    This game looks great, will be great, and I am super excited for it; but all these vocal tracks are super lame (vocal wise). Anyone else feel that way?