GameXplain: "We dug through the E3 2013 trailer for Monilith Soft's upcoming Wii U game, X, to see what secrets it might be hiding!"
Yes! I've been waiting for this!
Monolith Soft's "X" a Game Designed to Last Decades, A Game that'll keep improving for Years, A Great Story that Never seems to End.
I not a Nintendo fan but I am a JRPG fan and honestly this game is very impressive. If the actual game lives up to these trailers then it will be a truly next-gen JRPG masterpiece. This game may just be the first killer app for Wii U and it may even force me to buy one.
The most BADASS trailer E3 I've ever seen. Sawano Hiroyuki, Mecha, Monolith-Soft = Best combination ever.
Uhm, how about Tetsuya Takahashi?
Gameexplain alwasy do the best trailer analysis.
In their last X analysis they stated that none of them ever beat Xenoblade,it certainly shows in this trailer.can't wait for this game.
To be fair, Xenoblade is an -enormous- game.
Only if you do every side quest. The main story is a typical JRPG length, if they couldnt even beat it then that's sad.
I beat it but because I like to explore & sidetrack a lot my final save was 200 something hours long :P but my chars was umber I kick last boss @ss for fun :D What a game I enjoy it immensely me want moAr games like this one :P
I love a JRPG. Can't wait until this game comes out
Want this game now day one
Easily one of my most looked forward to games of 2014. If for some reason I don't own a Wii U by the time this comes out, I sure as hell will get one for this game.
Game looks amazing.
Kos-Mos, Shion, MOMO. Where are you?
If Nintendo REALLY wants me to buy a Wii U, CONTINUE XENOSAGA. That would be Day F__in' 1 on any console. But you stay away from MOMO, you freak.
Hey, I'm just the most insane, misunderstood villain of all time. not interested in underaged bow wielding genetically enhanced androids by the way, lol. completely agree with the day one wii u xenosaga continuation statement.
Namco owns Saga, Square Enix owns Gears.
They can buy the rights. Cuz it's not like Namco Bandai has any other studio that can take on such a task. Hell, Monolith can develop it, they can publish it exclusively for the Wii U, and everybody wins. ..except my wallet. But I'll be damned if I miss out on the next entry in that series, for certain. Yes, MikeMyers, even if it was on XBOne, as unlikely as it is that such a thing would happen.
Best graphics from an actual nextgen game running on actual devkits in real time simple. Killzone looked worse and wasnt realtime open world like X,plus 720p 30fps isnt even comparable to any of Nintendo's 1080p /60fps games which was all of them,for me Nintendo had the Full HD games that people want to play and actually buy.
Xenovlade 2 Massive Open World and Killzone SF is not.
I do have a WiiU waiting for this game and Bayonetta 2, anyone thinks monoloft Soft will make games for the other Next-gen consoles? Title:"Monolith Soft's X - E3 Trailer Analysis" Article: "GameXplain: "We dug through the E3 2013 trailer for Monilith Soft's upcoming Wii U game" What is the correct spelling of the developers? I thought it was "Monoloft Soft", so confused.
They are a first party Nintendo Studio so no tot he first question and Monolith Soft for the second.
This game looks really nice, nice graphics too. I would like to see more about it.
Any reason to rewatch the trailer is a good one. I love these videos as well, great job once again
Looks great. Can't wait to pick this up. As far as MMO type games are going X and Destiny are looking to be my favorites so far.
Just X Destiny not feeling it one bit,give me a Metroid Universe with 32 players online with super slick gameplay like prime and that will kill halo off i'm telling you,Nintendo need MP games online. F-zero Online Mariokart Online Pokomon Online Metrtoid Online Smash bros Online DONE.
They have 3 of those.
I really wished Nintendo would have spotlighted this game more.
I know! It was the one Nintendo game I was like damn I should probably get a Wii U!
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