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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D
Xenoblade Chronicles 3D boxart.jpeg
North American box art
Developer Monster Games
Publisher Nintendo
Platform New Nintendo 3DS
Release date April 10, 2015
Not to be confused with Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3D (simply titled ゼノブレイド, Xenoblade, although officially called Newニンテンドー3DS専用 (せんよう) ゼノブレイド, Xenoblade only for New Nintendo 3DS) is a port of Xenoblade Chronicles released on the New Nintendo 3DS on April 10th, 2015. It was developed by Monster Games and published by Nintendo.

List of changes[edit]

While the core game is the same and the story is unchanged, there are some changes compared to the original Wii version. Listed here are changes that are not simply minor bug fixes.

Additional content[edit]

  • Players can exchange Nintendo 3DS Play Coins, use StreetPass, or scan the Shulk amiibo to gain tokens to unlock models to be viewed in the Model Viewer or music to be listened to in the Jukebox in Collection Mode, accessible from the main menu.

Other changes[edit]

  • In order to support the weaker hardware, the quality of most if not all models, textures, and lighting has been downgraded compared to the Wii version.
  • The HUD and UI have been reworked to take advantage of the 3DS's dual screens.
  • The international version of the game only contains the English voice options, when the Wii version included both English and Japanese voices.

Update history[edit]

Ver. 1.1 (Released April 10, 2015)[edit]

  • Fixed the issue in which the background music and certain sounds play in mono regardless of hardware settings.


On other wikis

Promotional videos[edit]