How are the load times on Xenoblade Chronicles X using Loadiine?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by TroublesWithModding, Jun 20, 2017.

  1. TroublesWithModding
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    I've yet to buy a new hard drive for my wii u currently, so I'm stuck with a SD Card. I'm wondering how fast the load times are. Is it bareable?
     
  2. Kafluke

    Kafluke GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Why not install to internal memory
     
  3. TroublesWithModding
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    I already have Smash bros installed. :/ So no more room left, since I'm just on a 32 gb.
     
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    Load times are OK but you are missing a huge part of the game by having no internet connection with Loadiine. Many quests are near to impossible especially near the start of the game with no multiplayer online.
     
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    Huh how so? Is there like a npc that can only be seen in multiplayer?
     
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    The enemies in the game are all incredibly tough at the start of the game without multiplayer you have to spend several hours just leveling up to survive. Plus a number of Quests require you to collect things in game and can take many hours to collect what you need but if you have multiplayer you can get items from them ect. Don't forgot the game was designed primarily to be a multiplayer online game.
     
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    I strongly disagree, I never used multiplayer at all and got through the game fine.
    There are tons of enemies that are too strong at the beginning, but you're fine if you avoid them and focus on the mission.
    Before doing the main story missions, I always did as many affinity missions as I could. Maybe this served as the hours of leveling that's apparently necessary.
     
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