Digital Foundry Shows Us Why We Should Be Feeling Xenoblade Chronicles X
Xenoblade Chronicles X is almost upon us and if the reviews are anything to go by, it’s going to one massive adventure. Even though the game has been receiving a lot of praise, one must have a couple of concerns.
The game looks good, almost too good, how could it possibly run on the Wii U? Well, the folks at Digital Foundry have provided an in-depth look into the games performance in order to put any doubts you may have to rest.
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The thing about Xenoblade Chronicles X is, it is easily one of the best looking games on the Wii U. A game this pretty really shouldn’t exist on Nintendo’s under-appreciated console so it’s only natural that people have been skeptical about the games performance.
Even though the game has been out for quite a while in Japan, the imminent Western release means that we can see how it all plays out for ourselves. Thankfully Digital Foundry have done a pretty in-depth analysis of how the game runs and it seems to run rather well.
While it’s not exactly perfect, the performance doesn’t seem to dip when it matters, which isn’t something you get to say very often this generation.
I’m quite excited to get my hands on Xenoblade Chronicles X. The game looks like a treat in both the gameplay and visual department. It’s probably going to end up being one of the must play titles for the Wii U and as a JRPG fan, I welcome the behemoth of a game’s long awaited arrival.