I recently finished playing Xenoblade Chronicles (available now from the Nintendo eShop!). It was pretty damn awesome, dood. I gotta be honest, I was really freaked out during the last part of the game. 188 hours? Well, I spent most of the time listening to the BGMs, it's worth a listen even if you haven't played the game yet. I didn't want to leave Mechonis Field because the tune was just as good as Gaur Plain. Certain places gets blocked off the further you progress, but thankfully there is New Game+ thing. You can carry over levels, party member's affinity, gems, some equips, and some other stuff. I do want to play through this game again because I missed a lot of stuff like quests and the complete reconstruction of Colony 6, but there are other games to play, and I've been playing this game since the beginning of December along with Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, which I did get to finish as well.
What about Xenoblade Chronicles 2? It definitely has a different art style. Kinda reminds me of the change of art from Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow to Dawn of Sorrow. I don't really mind it as long as the gameplay is good. Video games are works of art too. I still haven't tried Xenoblade Chronicles X yet... I dunno what to do. Wait for 2, or play X some day.
Anyways, right now I'm playing The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. Since Breath of the Wild is like 2 months away, I want to try and figure out how this Wolf Link amiibo works. Twilight Princess HD does look fantastic so far, dood. Only at the Forest Temple so far.
http://i.imgur.com/x6fe8Rz.jpg playing Nintendo