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Nintendo’s new Xenoblade expansion eases players into the daunting world of RPGs

The Verge Friday, 21 September 2018
Nintendo’s new Xenoblade expansion eases players into the daunting world of RPGsRole-playing games can be intimidating. Figuring out how combat or character customization works can be confusing, and they can demand upward of 100 hours of your time just to see the story through to the end. Tetsuya Takahashi knows more about the genre than most. After getting his start as an artist and designer working on classics like Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy VII, he went on to form his own studio, Monolith Soft, which specializes in sprawling, complicated RPGs. Most recently, Takahashi and his team released Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on the Nintendo Switch, a sci-fi epic that went on to become a surprise hit, selling more than 1.4 million units after it launched last December.

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