Today, Nintendo UK released a short teaser of the games that are currently available in the Nintendo eShop, along with a few trailers of games to expect in 2017. Curiously enough, included in this list of games was the upcoming Fire Emblem Warriors and Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Fans of the Xenoblade series will know how many delays Xenoblade Chronicles X on Wii U experienced, so it’s nice to see this title confirmed for 2017 again. Fire Emblem Warriors was also included in this list, which is the partnership between Nintendo and Koei Tecmo to blend the gameplay of Dynasty Warriors with the world and lore of the Fire Emblem series. It’s coming out later in 2018 on Nintendo 3DS too, but this post makes it sound like the Nintendo Switch version of the game will arrive first in 2017. Are you excited about either of these titles? Which are you most looking forward to playing? Which game are you most excited to play on Nintendo Switch? [via Nintendo UK] Fire Emblem Warriors for 3DS – $39.99 Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – $59.99 READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
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Several announcements relating to the Nintendo Switch came out of last night’s presentation, but a newly released trailer highlights the software reveals. …Read More The post Preview the Nintendo Switch’s Software Lineup in New Trailer by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
Following the reveal during the Nintendo Switch presentation from Tokyo, Nintendo sent a press release including a bit of info for Xenoblade 2, that will be renamed Xenoblade Chronicles 2 in the west. …Read More The post Nintendo Switch Exclusive Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Confirmed for 2017; Gets a Bit of Info, Screenshots by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Nintendo Switch Event: Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and First Trailer Revealed At today’s Nintendo Switch presentation, it was revealed that developer Monolith Soft will be bringing a new entry to its Xeno game franchise, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, to the highly anticipated console. Check out the new trailer here! The game features a familiar setting and art style, but the characters seem to be all new for the upcoming role playing game. No release date or time frame was announced during the presentation today. We called Xenoblade Chronicles X the “#1 reason to own a Wii U” and that “despite some minor flaws, Xenoblades Chronicles X is a JRPG fan’s dream come true”. We hope that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 lives up to its predecessor on the Nintendo Switch. The post Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Announced at the Nintendo Switch Presentation appeared first on COGconnected.
Nintendo Switch is getting a major JRPG from Monolith, and—surprise!—it’s a direct sequel to Xenoblade. Tonight, Nintendo announced Xenoblade 2, showing off a quick teaser trailer and not much else. No word on release date. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!