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- Drivers and their Blades can change from the frontlines of combat to the back in order to unleash powerful context-sensitive abilities. Together, you’ll fight for the survival of mankind, under threat by Malos, who wields the legendary sword, The Monado.
- To stand a chance, you must master every character’s powerful skills including Talent Arts, a strategic element returning from the original Xenoblade Chronicles game. By equipping Drivers with new weapons, you can alter their attacks and elemental powers to perform devastating combos.
- On the long road ahead, you’ll rest at camps, cook food, craft items, and share a heart-to-heart with many a traveling companion. Who knows where this twisted journey will lead.
- Category: Role-Playing; No. of Players: 1 player; Does not include the main Xenoblade Chronicles 2 game.
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See where the epic adventure begins in Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna ~ The Golden Country
Guide a group of legendary warriors on a journey through the tragic history that doomed a kingdom and drove a hero down a dark path 500 years before the events of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 game. Defend yourself from Malos and his forces using all the fury of this refined battle system, allowing you to fight as both the artificial lifeforms known as Blades and their masters, the Drivers.
Contains download code for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Expansion Pass.
Expansion Pass only playable with Xenoblade Chronicles 2 game (sold separately).
New heroes unite in an untold story set 500 years before the events of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 game
A refined combat system that lets you control both Driver and Blade while using combos based on their positioning in battle
A new Titan to explore: The Kingdom of Torna
Copyright 2018 Nintendo / Monolithsoft. Xenoblade Chronicles and Nintendo Switch are trademarks of Nintendo. Copyright 2018 Nintendo.
Guide a group of legendary warriors on a journey through the tragic history that doomed a kingdom and drove a hero down a dark path 500 years before the events of the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 game. Defend yourself from Malos and his forces using all the fury of this refined battle system, allowing you to fight as both the artificial lifeforms known as Blades and their masters, the Drivers. Rated teen: Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence.
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The gameplay is extremely fun when it comes to battle. The music, sound effects, mechanics, animations, moves, etc. all work so well and are, most importantly, FUN to deal with. THis is the most fast-paced Xenoblade game by far.
My only gripe with this game is the Community system. 2 times is it forced upon you to use throughout the game, which ruins the whole point of a sidequest, and the second time it easily can waste 1-3 or even more hours, and that's when I SKIPPED the cutscenes from the sidequests, which after a while you realize are padding and don't necessarily add to the overall plot, not to mention when they're forced it ruins any interest you have in them given you're trying to save the world.
Besides that it took me a little more than 15 hours to beat, and I didn't rush the game, I spent time exploring the new areas and fighting different super bosses for fun, and I can see myself playing it for several more hours before I start playing the other DLC that is used on the main game.
Definitely should be your first Xenoblade game if you're new to the series and want to have a glimpse of it, it's the easiest to get into, fastest, shortest, cheapest, and it doesn't (necessarily) spoil the plots of the other games.
Torna The Golden Country is a pretty great package for 40 dollars. You get a physical cartridge game in an awesome-looking case as well as a download code card for the entire DLC season pass for the main game. Torna takes place in the same world as Xenoblade 2, just set before the events of the game. I was expecting just to be revisiting old locations from the main game. You visit some of the same titans, but everywhere you go is a completely new area. Nothing is really recycled from the main game, which is great. The story is amazing, there's plenty of enemies to fight, places to go, and quests to do, the cutscenes are great, and the characters are really awesome. I would even go to the lengths of saying that the characters in Torna are better than the ones in the main game. Torna really pulls you in from the second you start playing, with its refined combat, great characters, amazing locations, and engaging story. Beating the game after 30 hours left me longing for more, which is a sign of a fantastic game. Definitely check this one out if you've played Xenoblade 2, or are planning on it.
My biggest gripe, though, is the game play. I don't see why it needed to change from the original game. The controls for switching blades and using them is different and much less intuitive. You switch which blade you want to use, then hit another button to actually use it. Also, be prepared to open a bunch of chests and to dig up a whole crud ton of items. Those little glittering ground spots are all over the place, and are critical to creating pouch items. There are no stores to buy anything.
Nothing about this game is an improvement or even equally as fun as the original, and there is a lot to get frustrated with.
On a positive, it's really interesting to see how that walked back some of Gormott to show how the Titan evolved over 500 years. It's fun to see some of the same that you remember from the first game.
While there isn't nearly as much content in this game as with XC2, there is still about 20 hours of content from start to finish, and probably around 25-30 hours for 100% completion. Unlike XC2, there are no Blade gachas or core crystals to deal with, and the few field skill checks are much easier to attain. Similarly, there are no refinements necessary for core chips before you can use them.
All in all, Torna is a great expansion that refines a few mechanics and simplifies gameplay for newcomers to the Xenoblade series and is a welcome addition.