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Xenoblade Chronicles
Developer(s)Monolith Soft
Year released2010
System(s)Wii, Wii U
Followed byXenoblade Chronicles X
Japanese titleゼノブレイド
Genre(s)Role-playing game
ModesSingle player
Rating(s)MatureCERO Ages 12 and upESRB TeenPEGI Ages 12+USK Ages 12+
Xenoblade Chronicles 3D
Developer(s)Monster Games
Year released2015
System(s)New Nintendo 3DS
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition
Japanese titleゼノブレイド ディフィニティブ・エディション
Developer(s)Monolith Soft
Year released2020
System(s)Nintendo Switch
Rating(s)CERO Ages 15 and up
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Xenoblade Chronicles, known in Japan as Xenoblade (ゼノブレイド Zenobureido?), is a RPG developed by Monolith Soft and published by Nintendo for the Wii. The game was announced with a trailer during E3 2009. The game follows a young man named Shulk, who wields the Monado - a sword with mysterious abilities – against the Mechon, an army of machines, in order to ultimately save the world. Originally titled Monado: Beginning of the World, the game was retitled Xenoblade in January 2010 to honour Tetsuya Takahashi, "who poured his soul into making this and who has been working on the Xeno series". The game was released on June 10, 2010 in Japan, August 19, 2011 in Europe, September 1, 2011 in Australia, and in North America on April 6, 2012. A port has been released for the New Nintendo 3DS in April of 2015. An enhanced remake titled Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition was released for the Nintendo Switch in May 2020.

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