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Xenoblade Chronicles 3 (Nintendo Switch)
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- “Fighting to live…and living to fight”. A brand new RPG adventure awaits in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, coming to Nintendo Switch this September. Bringing together the futures of Xenoblade Chronicles and Xenoblade Chronicles 2, this title will take players to the world of Aionios, home to two hostile nations.
- Keves: a nation where mechanical technology was developed. Their armies are composed of units consisting mainly of combat vehicles. They use units of small, mobile weapons operated by soldiers riding them.
- Agnus: a nation strong in ether, a magical technology. Their forces are built around units that specialise in ether combat, and they fight with small, mobile, autonomous weapons that use ether technology.
- Six soldiers hailing from these nations, will take part in a grand tale with life as its central theme.
- Noah: One of the protagonists of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and a solider of Keves. Noah is also an “off-seer” who mourns for soldiers who’ve lost their lives on the battlefield.
- Lanz: An ally of Noah’s who wields a great sword that doubles as a shield.
- Eunie: A childhood friend of Noah and Lanz who has a sharp tongue and rough personality. She specialises in healing her allies in battle.
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- Rated : To Be Announced
- Product Dimensions : 17 x 1 x 10.4 cm; 50 Grams
- Release date : 29 July 2022
- ASIN : B09S78Q8SX
- Item model number : 10009755
- Country of origin : Japan
- Best Sellers Rank: 108 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- 21 in Nintendo Switch Games
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(I keep getting sidetracked and now I'm really over-levelled!)
The characters are loveable and it's the first game in a long while that's had me so invested in playing it. At one point I couldn't put it down - I was tired at work the next day!
If you haven't played 1 & 2, I don't think it's entirely necessary. I've only picked up on a few landmarks and references (So far!)
I highly recommend this game. But I would check gameplay videos first if you're new to the series, I know not everyone likes the battle system!
The game is not bad, but it’s not in the least what I expected - as you can see I’m not a fan of the series and it’s my first Xenoblade.
I’m 25h in at the time of writing, on chapter 3.
Combat: not good. You can simply wait and the characters will defeat the enemy for you. There’s hardly a need for you to do anything. For a game that has a heavy UI screen during combat this is very sad. Enemies are spongy, so it takes ages for you to defeat them - even if you are actually playing and not watching. Bear in people fans say these series combat get better after 40h, I’m not there yet but take this into account if you plan on playing it. Combat so far is tedious and a pain.
World: the maps are kind of nice, but the items are scattered around for you to collect. There’s not plant or rock for you to go and gather them. They’re simply thrown into the map. So you walk around seeing lots of shining things (yes they shine) scattered around. I personally didn’t like this (as you can see I’m more of a traditional rpg player) as it helps to break the immersion. It’s just ugly, but it’s a matter of taste and a minor thing.
Soundtrack: excellent. It’s relaxing to walk around the map while listening to it. Combat also has a few different tracks and they help bring the sense of urgency are how dire the situation sometimes is. Very engaging. So far it’s one of the highlights of this game.
Characters: overall I like them. It’s nice that the story is taking its time to develop them. Sometimes you’ll be stuck in huge cutscenes - they’re good, just make sure you have time whenever you decide to play the game cause sometimes these cutscenes take up to an hour (but you can always put the switch on standby mode I guess). But yeah, I can see there’s potential here for a lot of drama and plot twist, and it will all be very welcoming since you learn to care for all characters. I’ve been missing this kind of attention to character development on the lates games I’ve played, so this is another highlight of Xenoblade 3.
Again, the game is not bad, but the combat shocked me at the beginning and I almost gave up on playing such a boring game. But I learned to take another perspective of it and I can say I’m starting to enjoy it now. Mostly because of the well developed characters and story and its sublime soundtrack.
So just make sure you know what you’re getting into before you buy the game.
But content inside game is more like u expect besides very adult well written story amazing haracters super gameplay very good battle system and what i like most huge world.
I really wish all new Jrpg looks like XC3 for genre fanatics like me its must have AAA