Well, folks, it's official: Nintendo hates butts! Or at least that's what I choose to take away from the North American and European branches' censoring of an ever-so-slightly suggestive image that appears in the latest batch of Fire Emblem: Awakening DLC. Pics and more past the break.
One of the Fire Emblem series' chief characteristics is the brutal manner in which you can straight up lose a party member forever. That permanence plays a big role in the strategy-RPG's design, so when Casual mode was initially suggested for Fire Emblem: Awakening, director Genki Yokota said "no way." Read on for more.
Fire Emblem: Awakening—which made its debut on Nintendo 3DS in North America last month—has plenty of pay DLC in the pipeline, but Nintendo is also offering up some freebies via SpotPass. First up is a map called "A Hard Miracle," which is available today, with more free content to come through spring. More after the jump.
Fire Emblem: Awakening hasn't even been out for a month yet, but there's already plenty of DLC to check out. A recently released trailer dives into the details of what you can expect to get out of the stuff that's available in the store currently, from the Champions of Yore packs to Rogues & Redeemers. Hit the jump to watch.
Gamers have been waiting with baited breath for the 3DS debut of Nintendo's premiere strategy-RPG Fire Emblem, and the tag-team of Nintendo and Intelligent Designs have delivered in a big way. Past the jump, check our review, and find out why Fire Emblem Awakening is a must-have title--even if you're a novice at strategy games!
The popular corporate sponsored heroes will be back with the release of their first movie, TIGER&BUNNY - The Beginning- DVD/BD on February 22nd. Which hero do you choose? "It's not Bunny, it's Barnaby!" Brooks Jr., the Burning CEO, Fire Emblem or the expert photo bomber, Origami Cyclone? Find out what each corporate sponsor has to offer to secure pre-orders of the film by the fans!
Fire Emblem: Awakening hits 3DS in North America on February 4, but apparently folks in Canada are picking up their copies as we speak? Anyone there already playing? Either way, Nintendo has a new trailer that digs into character progression through jobs and skills, so peep it after the jump.
Most of this morning's Nintendo Direct presentation didn't hold any big surprises, but president Satoru Iwata did drop a bit of a shocker with the reveal of Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem for Wii U. Read on for more!
Nintendo has been posting a handful of Fire Emblem: Awakening character introductions via the 3DS Facebook page recently, and we posted some of them earlier this month. See who else we can look forward to meeting after the jump.
I imagine quite a few folks are going into Fire Emblem: Awakening as seasoned vets, but since it's the first entry on 3DS, it's also a great opportunity to welcome newcomers to the world of strategy-RPGs. That's where Nintendo's latest trailer comes in, serving as a handy introduction to the series. Check it out after the jump.
Here's something Fire Emblem fans are going to enjoy getting confirmation of. According to Siliconera, who checked out an early copy of Fire Emblem: Awakening, Nintendo of America saw fit to include both Japanese and English voice tracks in the domestic release. Read on for more.