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Xenoblade Chronicles X System Requirements And News: All The Details You Should Know

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Xenoblade Chronicles X will be out in just a few days, and here are some reasons why you should get it if you have a Nintendo Wii U.

The previous Xenoblade Chronicles for the Nintendo Wii was more of an underdog, as most gamers skipped this hidden gem, but to some lucky players, they were treated to an amazing RPG journey with a large world and memorable characters and not to mention the never-ending ?I?m really feeling it? catchphrase. Now with Xenoblade Chronicles X arriving for the Nintendo Wii U, the world may be different now, but some of the things that made the first game great will still be on the upcoming game. So we listed out some things that will hook you into the game.

The game is really big

The world of planet Mira is really huge, some even claimed that the size of the world is bigger than from Skyrim or The Witcher 3. Along with the large world is that rich and fully detailed environments where each continent has its own distinct theme, from icy mountains to forest filled valleys to lava engulfed caverns. And not to mention the creatures that are roaming around Mira are just enormous and beautiful, not until you try hack them with a sword.

The Wii U can handle the power

Some have speculated that the Nintendo Wii U is underpowered compared to the PlayStation 3. But after seeing Xenoblade Chronicles X running smoothly on the Nintendo console, we were shocked that it can run a powerful game without any hiccups. Along with the installed data in the console, the loading time was very fast and roaming around the map is seamless and does not pause to load new textures.

Badass mechs

New to the series is the giant mechs or Skells where you can obtain midway through the game. This opens a new way to explore the world and each type of Skells has its own strengths and weakness, and not to mention your Skell can transform into a vehicle with a single button press. You can even customize your Skells from appearance to the parts and equipment. And who would not love to see a mech shooting a powerful beam from a badass beam rifle.

Xenoblade Chronicles X will be available for the Nintendo Wii U on December 4. What do you think of the game? Will you but this and a Wii U if you still don?t own the console? Tell us your insight on the comment sections.

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