Monolith Soft, the developers behind the Xenoblade Chronicles series, have just reported their annual financial results, and it seems like they have had a rather successful fiscal year.
Monolith Soft, the studio behind Xenoblade Chronicles, has updated their employee headcount in April 2021.
Japanese graduates can once again take up a golden opportunity to join one of Nintendo’s rising video game studios!
Ten years ago, Xenoblade Chronicles made its debut on the Nintendo Wii in Japan, and changed the history of RPGs forever!
Anime! Anime!, a website dedicated to all things anime in Japan, recently held a survey to find out which games Japanese fans want an anime to be made for the most.
Wish that there were more amiibo for the Xenoblade Chronicles series out there? Well, one such fan took such matters into their own hands!
Interesting news – Monolith Soft has put out an urgent hiring call for a new RPG project that they have recently started working on.
Yuichiro Takeda, a prominent freelance writer that worked with Monolith Soft for Xenoblade Chronicles, Xenoblade Chronicles X, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2, wrote a very profound message on his personal Twitter account.