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Hasn’t the Wii hardware spent the past five years searching for the hero inside itself? ... How apt that this ultimate tale of heromaking should see Nintendo’s hardware become the console it was always meant to be.
I just picked up Xenoblade Chronicles since I have the fortune of living in Australia, where it has been released a short time after Europe. So far I've played the title for around two hours, so I thought I'd share some initial impressions. In short: I'm very impressed. Read on
Since the game is available in English, all you have to do is get your hands on a European copy. Problem is, Nintendo region-locked the Wii. If you have an American Wii, you can only use it to play American games -- until you hack it.