Director Tetsuya Takahashi gives details about the story and unique world on what might be one of the Wii's biggest RPGs coming this spring. So click the source to read all about Xenoblade.
All it took was a "Xeno" to get gamers everywhere talking about Monolith's new Wii RPG. Previously announced at E3 2009 as Monado: Beginning of the World, Nintendo, the title's publisher, gave the game the new name of "Xenoblade" a couple of weeks back and had people wondering if this might be a new entry in the Xenosaga series.
It's not a new entry in that fabled PlayStation series, though. Xenoblade director Tetsuya Takahashi made this clear in an interview in this week's Famitsu.
"The world setting, story and other elements have no relation," explained Takahashi on connections to past Xeno games. "It's a completely new title."