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Monolith Soft

Monolith Soft is a first-party Nintendo developer. Though previously a satellite of Namco, Nintendo in 2007 bought out a controlling share.

Monolith began as a group of ex-Square employees, most notably Hirohide Sugiura and Tetsuya Takahashi. As a testament to the group's strong ties back to Square, their first project was Xenosaga, the spiritual successor to Xenogears.

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Xenoblade announced for Europe

Nintendo has announced it will be releasing Xenoblade this year on the Wii under the title 'Xenoblade Chronicles'. The release will include both Japanese & English audio, with English, French, Italian, German and Spanish subtitles.

Nintendo Europe have also released a trailer for the game on their website.

Xenoblade is a Role Playing Game developed by Monolith Soft for the Wii. It was released on June 10, 2010 in Japan and has no current confirmed release window for the United States.

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