By Spencer . April 8, 2010 . 7:28am
Nintendo set June 10 as the release date for Xenoblade, which pegs Monolith Soft’s first Wii RPG after the launch of Super Mario Galaxy 2.
The date came with descriptions of the world. Xenoblade is set on two gods Kyoshin and Kishin. It seems like you’re on the Kyoshin side, which is home to a human-like tribe called Homs. Nopon, a tribe of nomadic merchants, and the Hienter, an ancient civilization also live on the frozen god.
When Xenoblade launches it will retail for 6,800 yen ($73) – that’s 1,000 yen ($10) more than Super Mario Galaxy 2. If you missed it yesterday, here’s the latest trailer.