Between the success of Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition and the recent announcement of Pyra and Mythra coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, now is a better time than ever to be a fan of Xenoblade Chronicles. Today, fans have one more thing to look forward to, as Goodsmile has opened up pre-orders for a 1/7th scale statue of Melia Antiqua with her Future Connected design.
Melia is an important party member in the first Xenoblade Chronicles. She is the successor to the High Entia throne, but despite this regal status is a very sweet and determined ally to the party. The new Future Connected epilogue focuses on finishing up her story, as she and Shulk explore the long-lost location of Bionis' Shoulder.
With her relevance and popularity, it only makes sense for Melia to get the first official statue of a character from the original game. A tweet from Goodsmile shows off the figure from several angles, displaying the quality and attention to detail in her mold. The statue will cost $190.99 and ships in August 2022, giving collectors plenty of time to save up money for this investment.
Melia's figure is a must-own for hardcore fans of Xenoblade Chronicles. Being a relatively new series, Xenoblade still doesn't have much merchandise for fans to collect. Pyra and Mythra joining Smash Bros. likely signals they will get Amiibo soon, but it is nice to see some love for the first game as well.
The series has come a long way from being a standalone Wii title that nearly wasn't localized. What began as a niche cult classic is now a series that consistently sells one-to-two million copies and has three characters in Super Smash Bros. With this recent success, Melia's figure is just the cherry on top for those who love the series.
Timeless JRPG Xenoblade Chronicles: The Definitive Edition has released on the Nintendo Switch ten years after its original release on the Nintendo Wii. Its lead character Shulk solidified his status among Nintendo’s top characters when he featured as a fighter in Super Smash Bros.
For many gamers, Nintendo’s fighting series may have been the first time they were introduced to anything Xenoblade related. Thankfully, the definitive edition of Xenoblade Chronicles is the perfect place to start. However, with its massive world, 90 hours plus story, and extra content it can be an intimidating premise for anyone. Here are ten pro tips to get gamers off to a head start in Xenoblade Chronicles: The Definitive Edition.
This may be a strange recommendation for the completionists out there but there are frankly too many side-quests in Xenoblade Chronicles to complete in a lifetime. The game is designed to give its player lots of opportunities to level up and build Affinity with other characters by dishing out a near endless amount of side-quests.
The majority of Xenoblade Chronicles side-quests are usually killing a monster or a fetch quest. So the best recommendation for any player is to simply enjoy the game and tackle side-quests as needed or desired.
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