Xenoblade Chronicles X is Heading West This Holiday Season

Xenoblade_Chronicles_X_01Xenoblade Chronicles X saw much success overseas earlier this year and fans on the western hemisphere wanted to share in the fun. Nintendo heard the fans out and now you will see Xenoblade head out west on December 4, 2015. Here’s a look at Xenoblade Chronicle X if you haven’t seen it yet.

Developed by Monolith Soft, Xenoblade Chronicles X is an open-world RPG and is recognized as a successor to the orginal Xenoblade Chronicles on the Nintendo Wii.


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Fire Emblem Pulling Double Duty at Nintendo’s Digital Event

Fire Emblem presented two titles for fans to enjoy During Nintendo’s Digital Event for E3.

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The first of which is titled Fire Emblem Fates and it is an American version of its Japanese counterpart called Fire Emblem If. The game is scheduled to be released in 2016. Fire Emblem If will be released as two separate games. There is no word on whether Fire Emblem Fates will be as well. A trailer for Fire Emblem Fates is available below.

In other slightly less surprising news (only because it was revealed months before), Fire Emblem X Shin Megami Tensei was shown off as well. For those of you who need a reminder, the trailer for Fire Emblem X Shin Megami Tensei is also located below.

Fire Emblem X Shin Megami Tensei will also be available for purchase in 2016.


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Metroid Prime Returns to 3DS

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There has been a lot of talk about Metroid Prime potentially making a comeback in some form at E3 and today we actually got a look at the handheld Metroid Prime title. Check out the trailer for Metroid Prime: Federation Force below.

The co-op multiplayer will be available for the 3DS in 2016. The trailer included Blast Ball as a mini game mode, a new 3v3 multiplayer game that was revealed during the 2015 World Championships on Sunday.


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Nintendo Announces Star Fox: Zero at E3

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The start of Nintendo’s digital event saw the return of Star Fox to the Wii U under the name Star Fox: Zero.

The footage that was shown during the announcement saw a multitude of montage of gameplay scenes that included familiar environments like Corneria from Star Fox 64 as well as some brand new areas. New vehicles were also shown off including the Arwing spacecraft, the Walker from the unreleased Star Fox 2, the Landmaster tank, and the Gyrowing which is a hovercraft that Nintendo revealed in an exclusive demo last year. Game designer Shigeru Miyamoto explained that “We’ve re-built the game using ideas from the past, but this is not a part 4 or 5,”. He also made it a point to say “It’s not a remake either.”

What is unique about the game is that it uses the Wii U’s GamePad to steer and motion controls to aim at enemies. Miyamoto claims that “For Wii U, with its two screens, we experimented with gameplay ideas before this iteration of Star Fox,”. The two screens do serve a legitimate purpose. Your television will present a cinematic view while your GamePad displays a cockpit view. Here’s the trailer for those anxious to get a look at it.

Star Fox: Zero will look for a holiday release date in 2016.


 

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