This week is once again a double theme. This time of the Xenoblade series. This means that we are going to look at Xenoblade 1 first. What is the most unique feature of Xenoblade 1 and 2? I would have to say that both Xenoblade 1 and 2 play out at the same time but in a different dimension. These games are Japanese roleplaying games and even though Xenoblade 1 is a remaster from the Wii, this game holds up well with the remastered graphics.
Xenoblade 1 and 2 both have big downfalls next to fun gameplay and a great story. In both of these two reviews, we are going to look at many aspects of these games, without further ado, let us get started on the review of Xenoblade 1.
In Xenoblade 1 you play as Shulk, a normal guy that works in a weapons lab. If you take a closer look in this lab you will find the monado. The monado is very important to the story. In Xenoblade 1 there is a war going on between Bionis and Mechonis. The Mechons for short seem to be much stronger but the monado can defeat them. Normal weapons can barely scratch the Mechons.