Miguel Moran

Nintendo is a household name, having spent decades delivering a variety of unforgettable games that have grown and evolved through each generation. Many of these games focus on delivering tightly designed gameplay and stylish visuals above all else. As a result, not much of the Nintendo catalog consists of story-heavy experiences with massive amounts of dialogue and cutscenes. Xenoblade Chronicles, however, was a massive exception to that trend. Launching on the Wii in 2010, this massive RPG from Nintendo-owned Monolith Soft didn’t just have groundbreaking gameplay, but it also had a huge and engrossing story full of unforgettable, fully voiced […]

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