Xenoblade Chronicles 2 lands on the Nintendo Switch with a lush gorgeous open world that screams for exploring, travelling and…did I mention exploring?
Any diehard Sega fan will absolutely love the Dreamcast console and undoubtedly one of the best games to be released for the system was the JRPG, Skies Of Arcadia. Vadu Amka, a Belgian graphic artist, clearly felt the same way as he showed off this Skies Of Arcadia inspired Dreamcast he modded.
He explained how he went about it below.
I used lime wood I previously cut with a rotating cutter (called a dremel) for the hood. All the wood’s imperfections were first resealed with some light color wood paste, then sanded stained with mahogany stain. After that, I painted it with a blue and gray color before sanding it one more time to give it a more degraded and aged look. I waxed the hood and made it waterproof. I put inside a small grid, oxidizing it with ocher pigment called « natural earth shade » (synthetic iron oxyde). All the rest is an optical illusion made from several black and brown juices. What seems to be metal ring is, in fact, a leather band treated and painted with oxyde paint. I used the same pattern for the gamepads slots. I finally reproduced the logo with plexiglass and remolded it with some 2-component silicone slim before molding it in resin and painting it.
Fans of Bravely Default, the action packed JPRG from Square Enix for the Nintendo 3DS, has received it’s full name thanks to the recent announcement of the subtitle. The full title is Bravely Second: End Layer and as well as that reveal, SE also shared some more information. Players will be able to upload their save game from the sequel until May 31 at 23:59, local Japan time, to receive special outfits for the game characters.
Watch out for the game in Japan when it releases on April 23rd, 2015.
Seems to be a Xenoblade start to the year for Nintendo fans. We recently reported on the Japanese cover art for the Wii U’s Xenoblade Chronicles X and now we see that Nintendo of America have released a new trailer for Xenoblade Chronicles 3D ahead of the NA launch on the New Nintendo 3DS.
Here’s the trailer and don’t forget that the game won’t work anything apart from the New Nintendo 3DS.
Xenoblade Chronicles on the Wii was an astounding JRPG full of action, amazing scenes, stunning music and heart pounding action. It’s all these reasons plus more that make it highly coveted and expensive to pick up these days. So it’s with bated breath that many a fan is eagerly anticipating the release of Xenoblade Chronicles X on the Wii U. Recently the artwork for the Japanese cover released and it looks amazing!
The game is being touted by many as the spiritual successor to the Wii title so it makes the Japanese launch date of April 29th all so far away.