Nintendo Shares Video of Xenoblade Concert

Monday, March 30th, 2015

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D Featured

It’s no surprise we here at oprainfall love us some Xenoblade Chronicles. You might even go so far as to call us rabid fans. Hell, our stalwart boss himself has put hundreds of hours into playing it to completion again and again. That said, it should come as no surprise we are big fans and love any and every bit of Xenoblade Chronicles news that comes down the pipe, bet it about the upcoming New 3DS remake or the Wii U spiritual sequel. Thus, we were tickled to find that Nintendo had shared a video of a Xenoblade concert on their Youtube page. The video plays some of the most iconic songs from the game, such as Main Theme, Gaur Plain, Mechanical Rhythm, Engage the Enemy and You Will Know Our Names. So what are you still reading this for? Look below and listen to the pretty, pretty music!

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