Hi there! Today we bring you a full review of the new prequel “Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna – The Golden Country” which is now out on Nintendo Switch. More: Set 500 years before our original tale, Torna walks a strange line. You don’t need to have played the original to completion to play Torna, but because it deals with characters that don’t immediately rear their heads in the ...[Read More]
Guide a group of legendary warriors on a journey through the tragic history that doomed a kingdom and drove a hero down a dark path 500 years before the events of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 game. Defend yourself from Malos and his forces using all the fury of this refined battle system, allowing you to fight as both the artificial lifeforms known as Blades and their masters, the Drivers.
Torna – The Golden Country: Xenoblade Chronicles 2 was a massive, endearing, wonderful adventure on a system that is still struggling for new content. It came out far earlier in the Switch’s lifespan than it had any right to – I’m still flummoxed by how such an impressively massive game got out of the gates in the consoles first year – and here we are not a year later with a big, generous ex...[Read More]
Hi there. Today we present you our review of the new JRPG for the Nintendo Switch, “Xenoblade Chronicles 2“. More: Most of your time spent in game will be following story missions, chasing bad guys and exploring dungeons with a party of three Drivers and their sentient weapons, named Blades. These beings can be summoned, swapped out and bonded with over time, allowing for a deep battle...[Read More]
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is next in the series following the original acclaimed RPG that launched for Wii in 2012. This sequel features new characters and worlds, with an expanded battle system that will still feel familiar to fans of the first game. In Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Blades are artificial lifeforms that bond with Drivers to lend them their weapons and powers in battle. Main character Rex i...[Read More]
I wanna-be-a-boo: “Xenoblade Chronicles 2” is one of the most Japanese games I’ve played in a very long time. To both the fans and detractors of such a product, that should be all you need to know about XC2 to know if it’s for you. Honestly I’d begun to think things had changed and evolved away from the hyper-anime tropes that popularized JRPGs in their PS2 heyday – and please, don’t a...[Read More]