This Week In Imports: Xenoblade Chronicles X Crosses Into Stores



Monolith Soft is continuing the Xeno series with a new RPG for Wii U. Xenoblade Chronicles X has a bigger world with mecha you can ride in and an enhanced version of the excellent battle system from Xenoblade Chronicles on Wii. While Xenoblade Chronicles X bears the Xenoblade Chronicles moniker, it isn’t a sequel to the Wii RPG. Xenoblade Chronicles X takes place in the future where humans leave Earth in interstellar arks. One of these crashes onto an alien planet that mankind plans to make its home while under attack from a hostile alien race.


Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition also comes out in Japan from GungHo Online Entertainment. Puzzle & Dragons Z from GungHo Online sold quite well and this Mario infused sequel should be another strong seller. Nintendo will bundle Puzzle & Dragons Z with Super Mario Bros. Edition for the international release.


Wii U
Dragon Quest X: Legend of the Ancient Dragon
Xenoblade X


Nintendo 3DS
Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition


Dragon Quest X: Legend of the Ancient Dragon


PlayStation Vita
Hakuisei Aijou Izonshou
Hanayaka Kana, Ware ga Ichizoku: Modern Nostalgie
Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata: Blessing Flowers
To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers
Tokyo New Legacy: Operation Babel


Key European Releases
Broken Age (PC – retail)


Key Domestic Releases
Broken Age: The Complete Adventure (PS4, Vita)
Omega Quintet (PS4)
Project Root (PS4, Vita)
Risk (PS3)
State of Decay: Year One Survival Edition (Xbox One, PC)

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