It was a long time coming, but we finally got our first look at crossover RPG Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem during yesterday's Nintendo Direct presentation. See the colorful debut trailer—which features a mix of anime cinematics and gameplay—after the jump.
This morning's Nintendo Direct presentation showed some more footage from Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., the strategy game from Fire Emblem devs Intelligent Systems. It's fitting, then, that S.T.E.A.M. will have amiibo support that brings some of the Fire Emblem cast in as playable characters. Hit the jump for more.
The Fire Emblem series has been around since the Famicom days in Japan, but those of us in the west were first exposed to it via the 2003 Game Boy Advance game. Now that entry is officially available on the North American Wii U eShop, where it can be downloaded for $7.99. More after the jump.
Whether you've been a long-time admirer of Nintendo's Fire Emblem series of strategy games, or you just like playing as Marth and the gang in Super Smash Bros., Did You Know Gaming? is here with some interesting facts about the series in their latest trivia-packed video after the jump.
With today's news that Fire Emblem's Lucina and Robin and a return Captain Falcon will be in the roster of Super Smash Bros., Nintendo has shared a special visual by Yusuke Kozaki, cover artist on Fire Emblem Awakening, original character designer on Speed Grapher and creator of post-apocalyptic donut cats doughnut-cats
As promised, Nintendo announced a new addition to the Super Smash Bros. roster this morning. They actually ended up delivering on top of that, though, with the return of Captain Falcon as well as more characters from Fire Emblem: Awakening.
Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai unveiled a new stage for the upcoming Wii U entry. While a 3DS version of it has yet to be shown, the Coliseum for Fire Emblem serves as one of the beat-down locales in the upcoming brawler sequel. See some pics past the break.