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Submitted by VOOK 1643d ago | preview

Vooks: Hands-on with Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii)

Vooks writes: September 1st (for Australia). That’s the big day. The day you will finally get to hold the glorious Monado blade in your own two hands. Or, you know, control it from Shulk’s hands. September 1st. So close, yet so far away.

The Monado is of course the powerful energy blade featured in the game. It grants special abilities to whoever wields it, such as the ability to see visions of the future. In fact, the game was originally titled Monado: Beginning of the World, which emphasises its overall importance within your adventure. And what an adventure it is! (Wii, Xenoblade, Xenoblade Chronicles)

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