I'm playing the first Xenoblade right now and I just got up to
when you fight Mumkar after the "twist" that the faced ones are humans.How much of this game do I have left? I'm trying to rush through it so I can play X. I don't like playing sequel games unless I've beaten the previous ones, no matter how unconnected it is.
>Rushing through the better game so you can play the not as good one
You SHOULD be at about 60-80 hours and 75% of total playtime where you are now, because the rest of the game is far more linear. But if you've been rushing, AKA missing half of the game's content, you're only a little past halfway through.
You take the crown for retardation in this thread though. First for being wrong, and second for posting spoilers in a thread like this.
take your time, it is better than X.
As far as sidequests go you should do the ones needed for additional skill trees, and the prequests for the Bana the destroyer quest.
There is also the games only voiced side quest outside of colony 6 later on.
If you are interested in beating some secret bosses you need to do the quests that unlock the three sage summit aswell.
Just look up the wiki, it's really helpful.
>You SHOULD be at about 60-80 hours and 75% of total playtime where you are now, because the rest of the game is far more linear. But if you've been rushing, AKA missing half of the game's content, you're only a little past halfway through.
Chill bro. I'm using XBX as incentive for me to finally finish Xenoblade. I started it back when it was localized in 2011 but I stopped playing it because I was doing all the side content and that wore down on me. I stopped around the first time you meet Melia and I finally got back to it a few days ago. Since then I haven't been doing as much side content so I don't get side tracked.
Also is there any way to check playtime?
>Xenoblade came out in 2011
>I still haven't beaten it
Going back to shit you haven't played in a while only to notice its already been like 4 years makes me hurt on the inside.
Take Xenoblade at your own pace. The game lets you do what you want.
I was in the same kinda situation where I ended up focusing on the main story around midgame because of how well paced the plot was.